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 Arizona, Estes has worked for a variety of news outlets and covered presidential campaigns, state and local politics, education and business.

Like many Midwest transplants, Estes enjoys spending winters on the patio — especially reading a good mystery while lying in a hammock.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Check Out Redevelopment Plans For Christown Mall Christina Estes March 5, 2021
When Will Phoenix Convention Business Recover From COVID-19? Christina Estes March 9, 2021
The Valley's Most Dangerous Intersections Christina Estes March 3, 2021
American, Southwest Airlines See Leisure Travel Rebound Faster Than Business Christina Estes March 1, 2021
Will COVID-19 Vaccines Be Required To Fly In U.S.? Christina Estes Feb. 25, 2021
Chandler Sets Building Permit Record, Touts New Jobs Christina Estes Feb. 25, 2021
Fry’s Electronics Closes Stores In Phoenix, Tempe Christina Estes Feb. 24, 2021
Spend Or Save? Phoenix Estimates $153M Budget Surplus Christina Estes Feb. 23, 2021
Who's Answering Phoenix Police 911 Operators' Calls For Help? Christina Estes March 8, 2021
Cargo Up, Passengers Down: 2020 Data For Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Christina Estes Feb. 22, 2021
Take A Look At Phoenix PV Mall Redevelopment Plans Christina Estes Feb. 18, 2021
Phoenix Debates Moving Police Oversight Funds To Homeless Services Christina Estes, Mark Brodie Feb. 18, 2021
City OKs Millions More For Homeless Services Christina Estes Feb. 17, 2021
How AZ Hispanic Chamber Awarded COVID-19 Grants Christina Estes Feb. 11, 2021
1 In 5 Phoenix Employees Tests Positive For COVID-19 Christina Estes Feb. 11, 2021
How Personal Experiences Led Council To Approve Senior Housing Christina Estes Feb. 22, 2021
Phoenix To Launch $51M Rent, Utilities Relief Program Christina Estes Feb. 9, 2021
Why Small AZ Business, Salvation Army Like Cryptocurrencies Christina Estes Feb. 10, 2021
Phoenix House Built In 1904 To Get New Owner Christina Estes Feb. 4, 2021
Phoenix Says No To Low-Barrier Shelter, But Debate Not Over Christina Estes Feb. 4, 2021
Pastors Support Expanding AZ School Voucher Program Christina Estes Feb. 2, 2021
How Will Old Town Scottsdale Change Under New Mayor And City Council? Christina Estes Feb. 1, 2021
How Phoenix Open Could Set Attendance Record During COVID-19 Christina Estes Jan. 28, 2021
GateWay College To Award New STEM Scholarships Christina Estes Jan. 27, 2021
Phoenix To Add More COVID-19 Testing Options Christina Estes Jan. 26, 2021

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