Christina Estes

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Senior Field Correspondent - Downtown

As a senior field correspondent, Christina Estes focuses on stories that impact our economy, your wallet and public policy.

During her 20-plus years reporting in Phoenix, Estes has worked for a variety of news outlets and covered presidential campaigns, state and local politics, education and business.

Estes has used her journalism experience to write a mystery novel featuring a Phoenix reporter. It will be published in 2023.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Phoenix could reimburse Mayo Clinic $40M for new construction Christina Estes Feb. 23, 2022
Development coming to South Mountain corridor Christina Estes Feb. 23, 2022
Phoenix projects $76 million surplus for next budget Christina Estes Feb. 22, 2022
Mesa to help businesses find, keep workers Christina Estes Feb. 28, 2022
Phoenix adopts Vision Zero to reduce pedestrian deaths Christina Estes Feb. 21, 2022
Phoenix to pay landlords $2,000 for low-income renters Christina Estes Feb. 21, 2022
Phoenix votes to speed up the plan to get drones for police Christina Estes Feb. 17, 2022
Phoenix City Council approves $10 million to settle water and fatal fire engine crash claims Christina Estes Feb. 17, 2022
Why Phoenix neighbors cheered the demolition of an old Village Inn Christina Estes Feb. 16, 2022
Former Phoenix brewery owners caught not paying taxes Christina Estes Feb. 14, 2022
Chandler’s innovation fair features model rockets, prizes Christina Estes Feb. 11, 2022
Phoenix training city employees to spot human trafficking Christina Estes Feb. 13, 2022
Phoenix hiring caseworkers to respond to crisis calls Christina Estes Feb. 10, 2022
Street racing task force says it's making progress Christina Estes Feb. 9, 2022
Tucson Festival of Books needs volunteers Christina Estes Feb. 8, 2022
Phoenix heat response plan to focus on unsheltered Christina Estes Feb. 7, 2022
Phoenix is collecting more trash and more money Christina Estes Feb. 3, 2022
Phoenix buying at-home COVID tests, KN95 masks for residents Christina Estes Feb. 3, 2022
Phoenix unanimously approves Juneteenth as paid holiday Christina Estes Feb. 3, 2022
Phoenix council to consider $2,000 incentives for private landlords Christina Estes Feb. 1, 2022
Scottsdale offers vaccine clinics in February and March Christina Estes Feb. 1, 2022
Workshops to help businesses work with Phoenix airports Christina Estes Jan. 31, 2022
Phoenix housing, utility prices drive up cost of living Christina Estes Jan. 27, 2022
Phoenix switches gears toward Vision Zero traffic safety plan Christina Estes Jan. 27, 2022
Phoenix responds to citizen petitions advocating for unhoused people living in tents Christina Estes Jan. 20, 2022

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