Bridget Dowd

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Senior Field Correspondent

Senior field correspondent Bridget Dowd has a bachelor’s degree from Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. During her time there, she served as the station manager for Blaze Radio, ASU’s student-run radio station. She was also a finalist for a Hearst Journalism Award in the Radio News & Features category.

Dowd first came to KJZZ as an intern in 2017. Later that year, she became a weekend reporter. Dowd went on to produce KJZZ’s Morning Edition from 2019 to 2021. She also spent a year working as a reporter and host for KTOO in Juneau, Alaska.

Dowd grew up all over the West Coast, but came to Arizona for college and couldn’t stay away from the desert. She especially enjoys covering stories about education and answering questions from listeners through KJZZ’s Q&AZ project.

After work, she’s usually spending time with her three cats: Orlando, Grey and Georgie.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Maricopa County's hand-count audit of ballots begins Saturday Bridget Dowd Nov. 12, 2022
New ASU program makes it easier for veterans to attend college Bridget Dowd Nov. 11, 2022
Tom Horne leads Kathy Hoffman in superintendent race Bridget Dowd, Ben Giles Nov. 8, 2022
Penzone: Protecting 'free vote' is 'unequivocal priority' Bridget Dowd Nov. 7, 2022
County officials hold press conference to dispel rumors Bridget Dowd Nov. 7, 2022
AZ Education Department hosts Indigenous author panel to kick off Native American Heritage Month Bridget Dowd Nov. 4, 2022
8 school districts get federal funding to switch to electric buses Bridget Dowd Oct. 28, 2022
NAEP scores show AZ students are close to national average in reading, math Bridget Dowd Oct. 24, 2022
Pinal County ballot issues investigation concludes; workers are better prepared for November Bridget Dowd Oct. 22, 2022
Tucson-based scientist chosen for NASA study on UAPs Bridget Dowd Oct. 21, 2022
MCCCD board candidate cited for public sexual indecency Bridget Dowd Oct. 18, 2022
Tempe considers ban on flavored vape products Bridget Dowd Oct. 17, 2022
Federal officials want Ducey to remove border containers Bridget Dowd
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Oct. 14, 2022
25,513 applications for AZ school vouchers turned in since opening universal category Bridget Dowd Oct. 14, 2022
Arizona gets $1.04B in federal funds to invest in roads, bridges and infrastructure Bridget Dowd Oct. 11, 2022
'College Tour' visits AZ, makes seeing campuses accessible to low-income students Bridget Dowd Oct. 12, 2022
NAU cultural center acts as home away from home for Native students Bridget Dowd Oct. 10, 2022
AZ Court of Appeals blocks enforcement of abortion ban Katherine Davis-Young, Bridget Dowd Oct. 7, 2022
Man arrested in UA shooting has history of threatening staff Bridget Dowd Oct. 7, 2022
Phoenix raises concerns about Tempe development project for Coyotes Kirsten Dorman, Chad Snow, Bridget Dowd Oct. 7, 2022
Candidates for Arizona superintendent have starkly different philosophies Bridget Dowd Oct. 10, 2022
Ward pleaded the Fifth to Jan. 6 panel Bridget Dowd
Associated Press
Oct. 4, 2022
Ducey allocates $15M to support growth of Arizona Teachers Academy Bridget Dowd Oct. 4, 2022
There's extra time to apply for school vouchers Bridget Dowd
Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services
Sept. 30, 2022
Investigation finds Peoria district failed to address racial harassment Bridget Dowd Sept. 30, 2022

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