Lindsey C. Riley

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Assistant News Director

Lindsey Collom Riley is assistant news director at KJZZ. She joined the team as a senior editor June 2022 after more than two decades of reporting and editing for print/digital news in metro Phoenix. 

Riley spent most of her journalism career with the Arizona Republic and was a go-to editor for breaking news in Gannett’s western region. As a staff writer, she won several awards for government reporting.

Riley enjoys live music, hiking and exploring her home state of Arizona. She lives in Phoenix with her husband, three bonus kids and their excitable wonderdog, Teddy.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Maricopa county attorney hopes for speedy, transparent review of death-penalty protocols Lindsey C. Riley Jan. 24, 2023
Flagstaff got 5 feet of snow this week, more coming Lindsey C. Riley Jan. 19, 2023
Poison Center: Increase in calls of kids ingesting edibles Lindsey C. Riley Jan. 12, 2023
Sheriff: Maricopa County detention officer tried to smuggle fentanyl, meth into jail Lindsey C. Riley Jan. 11, 2023
Grijalva says speaker stalemate shows GOP 'not ready to govern' Lindsey C. Riley Jan. 6, 2023
GOP attorney: Election denialism is hurting Republicans Lindsey C. Riley Dec. 16, 2022
Arizona leaders react to Sen. Sinema's move to independent Lindsey C. Riley Dec. 9, 2022
Townsend subpoenas election info from Maricopa County, despite it being available Jill Ryan, Lindsey C. Riley Nov. 25, 2022
Average fuel price dips below $4 in Arizona Lindsey C. Riley Sept. 2, 2022
Some migraine sufferers report more attacks during monsoon Lindsey C. Riley Aug. 22, 2022
Grand Canyon North Rim spots reopen after wildfire Scott Daniels, Lindsey C. Riley, Ron Dungan July 21, 2022
Crumbl is suing this Tempe cookie company Lindsey C. Riley July 18, 2022
Concerns grow that fire could reach Wikieup Vaughan Jones, Jill Ryan, Lindsey C. Riley
Associated Press
July 17, 2022
Lead narrows for Kari Lake in governor's race, poll shows Lindsey C. Riley July 7, 2022
Q&AZ: There are dozens of Arizona judges on my ballot. How do I know who to vote for? Scott Bourque, Hunter Brownstein, Lindsey C. Riley Oct. 9, 2020