Jill Ryan

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Field Correspondent/Producer

Jill Ryan joined KJZZ in 2020 as a morning reporter, and she is currently a field correspondent and Morning Edition producer. Ryan received her master’s degree in investigative reporting from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Communication.

At ASU, she participated in multiple investigative reporting projects, and her work has been seen in the Houston Chronicle, the Boston Globe, the Arizona Republic and of course KJZZ News. She also wrote for the Knight-Cronkite News Lab, a website that publishes stories about new innovations in television news and the journalists and meteorologists behind those outlets.

During her undergrad, at Stony Brook University in Long Island, New York, she interned for NPR-affiliate WSHU Public Radio and then became a news fellow for her entire senior year. She fell in love with radio, and in her spare time she enjoys listening to podcasts like KJZZ's Sun Up, RadioLab and the Hidden Brain.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Low blood donations plaguing the U.S. Jill Ryan July 18, 2023
AZ Republican uses 'colored people' slur during debate Jill Ryan July 14, 2023
USA Fencing brought a new blade to Phoenix: The 'Star Wars' lightsaber Jill Ryan July 17, 2023
Phoenix Fire faces more calls for heat-related emergencies Jill Ryan July 12, 2023
Pilot Fire: The latest on the wildfire near Wikieup Jill Ryan July 10, 2023
Dangerous heat continues in Phoenix this week Lindsey C. Riley, Jill Ryan
Juliana Kim/NPR
July 10, 2023
USA Fencing Summer Nationals in Phoenix showcased a sport for all ages Jill Ryan July 10, 2023
Maricopa County has taken in 250 lost dogs in less than a week Jill Ryan July 6, 2023
Massive error discovered in Republican critique of gender affirming care executive order Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
July 5, 2023
Technology like drones helps firefighters take out blazes Jill Ryan July 5, 2023
Toma: Hobbs' order to ban conversion therapy is illegal Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
July 4, 2023
Nearly 100 Arizona residents become citizens on July 4 Jill Ryan July 4, 2023
Maricopa County Parks and Recreation increasing fire restrictions Jill Ryan June 29, 2023
Abe Hamadeh is still trying to make his case in court Jill Ryan
Bob Christie/Capitol Media Services
June 27, 2023
Cindy McCain says world hunger needs to be better addressed Jill Ryan June 26, 2023
Wildfire season got off to slow start because of wet winter, but fires popping up Jill Ryan June 23, 2023
Transportation Board approves 5-year plan with over $9B in investments Jill Ryan June 21, 2023
Air pollution advisories in Phoenix are common during 'ozone season' Jill Ryan June 21, 2023
Hobbs vetoes bill to exempt some car sales from state taxes Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
June 21, 2023
Arizona's monsoon begins: Forecast is dry and hot Jill Ryan June 15, 2023
Bill passes that may offer a water solution for Rio Verde Jill Ryan June 13, 2023
Many evicted from 'The Zone' have nowhere to go Jill Ryan June 12, 2023
Pollution advisories are in effect through Saturday for Phoenix Jill Ryan June 9, 2023
More than $200M to be used to address homelessness Jill Ryan
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
June 8, 2023
Expect more freeway closures and delays as projects underway across AZ Jill Ryan June 7, 2023

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