Katherine Davis-Young

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Senior Field Correspondent

Katherine Davis-Young is a senior field correspondent. She has produced work for New England Public Radio, Southern California Public Radio, PRI's The World, Washington Post, Reuters and more.

As the host of the podcast "(Un)Affordable," she spent months investigating the causes and effects of the Phoenix metro area’s worsening affordable housing shortage.

She has a master’s degree in radio journalism from the USC Annenberg School of Journalism.

She lives in central Phoenix with her husband, daughter, and ill-behaved cat and dog. Her side-passions include photography, crosswords and hot sauce.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Housing Department Promises Changes After Concerns About Program Katherine Davis-Young June 5, 2020
Arizona Surpasses 1,000 Deaths From COVID-19 Katherine Davis-Young June 5, 2020
Lawmakers Want Answers About Eviction Prevention Plan Katherine Davis-Young June 3, 2020
Mesa Public Library Seeks COVID-19 Personal Stories Katherine Davis-Young June 3, 2020
Some Superior Court Facilities Close Early In Anticipation Of Demonstrations Katherine Davis-Young June 2, 2020
AZ Reports Biggest One-Day Jump In Positive COVID-19 Cases Katherine Davis-Young May 29, 2020
Charges Filed In 3 AZ COVID-19 Fraud Cases Katherine Davis-Young May 28, 2020
Ducey Distributes COVID-19 Funds, But Some AZ Mayors Still Want Direct Federal Relief Katherine Davis-Young May 28, 2020
Report: Phoenix Leads In Solar Production, Has Potential For More Katherine Davis-Young May 27, 2020
Few Have Been Helped By AZ Eviction Prevention Program Katherine Davis-Young May 27, 2020
Study: Maricopa County Eviction Judges Rarely Rule In Tenants' Favor Katherine Davis-Young May 22, 2020
Recreate Responsibly On Memorial Day, AZ State Parks Says Katherine Davis-Young May 21, 2020
AZ Tax Revenue On Restaurants, Hotels Plunged In March Katherine Davis-Young May 20, 2020
As Third Testing Blitz Weekend Begins, AZ Still Lags Behind Other States Katherine Davis-Young May 15, 2020
Small Town Arizona Mayors Call For Direct Federal Relief Katherine Davis-Young May 14, 2020
BLM Seeks Comments On Sonoran Desert National Monument Grazing Plan Katherine Davis-Young May 13, 2020
Gyms, Pools To Open As Ducey Relaxes Restrictions Mark Brodie, Steve Goldstein, Katherine Davis-Young May 12, 2020
For High School Seniors, Graduation Season Isn't What They Pictured Katherine Davis-Young May 14, 2020
Phoenix Indian Center Seeks Donations For Navajo Nation Katherine Davis-Young May 8, 2020
Some COVID-19 Testing Sites Underutilized During First 'Blitz' Weekend Katherine Davis-Young May 7, 2020
EPA Grants $1.4M To Phoenix For Contamination Cleanup Katherine Davis-Young May 6, 2020
Q&AZ: Does My Meat Come From A Plant Where There's Been A COVID-19 Outbreak? Katherine Davis-Young May 5, 2020
Phoenix Rosson House Museum Marks 40 Years, But Faces Financial Trouble Katherine Davis-Young May 4, 2020
Arizona's 211 Live Phone Service Restored Katherine Davis-Young April 29, 2020
Worse Air Quality In Phoenix Communities Of Color Could Mean Higher COVID-19 Risk Katherine Davis-Young April 27, 2020

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