Chad Snow

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News Director

Chad Snow joined the KJZZ newsroom in 2016. He was named news director in 2022.

He previously served as night editor and copy-desk chief for the Arizona Republic, editing a wide range of award-winning stories, including two series — on the 2014 Yarnell Hill wildfire and the 2011 mass shooting near Tucson — that were Pulitzer Prize finalists. Before that, Snow, an Ohio State University graduate, worked as a reporter in Ohio and an editor for the East Valley Tribune in Mesa.

He has taught editing at Arizona State University; lectured at the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education and other organizations on credibility and accuracy, headline writing, and editing on deadline; and served as a judge for the Edward R. Murrow and Public Media Journalists Association awards.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
GCU punches ticket into NCAA Tournament, to play St. Mary's on Friday Chad Snow March 18, 2024
Lawmakers face projections of growing budget deficit Chad Snow Jan. 8, 2024
Police: Widower of former Maricopa County attorney killed girlfriend, her mom in shooting Chad Snow Dec. 26, 2023
Rain coming to Arizona this holiday weekend Jill Ryan, Chad Snow Dec. 19, 2023
Lawmakers, experts approve 'aspirational goals' for care at Arizona animal shelters Chad Snow Nov. 28, 2023
D-backs expect nearly 50,000 fans at NLCS game Chad Snow Oct. 16, 2023
Phoenix plans to convert sewage into drinking water Chad Snow Oct. 13, 2023
Arizona gas prices are dipping with the temperatures Chad Snow Oct. 12, 2023
Biggs wants secret vote for U.S. House speaker Chad Snow Oct. 8, 2023
Water services to Rio Verde Foothills resume Monday Chad Snow Oct. 7, 2023
Maricopa County gas is now $4.98 per gallon on average Chad Snow Sept. 21, 2023
Judge: Phoenix must clear 'The Zone' by Nov. 4 Chad Snow
Associated Press
Sept. 20, 2023
Longtime KJZZ News Director Al Macias elected to Arizona Broadcasters Hall of Fame Chad Snow Aug. 28, 2023
Rio Verde Foothills water board holds 1st meeting Chad Snow July 21, 2023
Heat checks aren't just for outdoor workers Chad Snow July 18, 2023
Tucson residents are seeing more roof rats this summer Chad Snow July 14, 2023
Pence says he called Ducey following the 2020 election Ignacio Ventura, Chad Snow July 2, 2023
Man gets 33 years for killing county detention officer Chad Snow June 6, 2023
Tempe City Manager Andrew Ching steps down from his role Chad Snow May 19, 2023
Panelists highlight disparities between urban, rural groundwater management in Arizona Chad Snow April 27, 2023
Spring means baby animals. Here's what to do if you see one alone Chad Snow April 24, 2023
1.6M fans attended spring training in Arizona this year Chad Snow March 30, 2023
Phoenix files lawsuit to stop Tempe entertainment district plan Chad Snow March 29, 2023
Pedestrians: New Tempe crosswalk pattern is a time saver Chad Snow March 13, 2023
Gallego kicks off Senate campaign with tour of AZ Chad Snow, Ignacio Ventura Jan. 29, 2023