Casey Kuhn

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Senior Field Correspondent - West Valley

Casey Kuhn reports from KJZZ’s West Valley Bureau. She comes to Phoenix from the Midwest, where she graduated from Indiana University with a degree in journalism.

Kuhn got her start in radio reporting in college at the community public radio station, WFHB. She volunteered there as a reporter and worked her way up to host the half-hour, daily news show. After graduating, she became a multimedia reporter at Bloomington's NPR/PBS station WFIU/WTIU, where she reported for and produced a weekly statewide news television show.

Since moving to the Southwest, she’s discovered a passion for reporting on rural issues, agriculture and the diverse people who make up her community.

Kuhn was born and raised in Cincinnati, where her parents instilled in her a love of baseball, dogs and good German beer. You’ll most likely find her around the Valley with a glass of prosecco in one hand and a graphic novel in the other.

She finds the most compelling stories come from KJZZ’s listeners.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Fewer Dying From Drug Overdoses In U.S. — Except In AZ Casey Kuhn July 17, 2019
Doctor Training Shifts Conversation About Addiction And Opioids Casey Kuhn July 17, 2019
Farmworker Wage Lawsuit Results In $2.2M Settlement Casey Kuhn July 12, 2019
MCDOT Tests Smart Tech To Make Road Work Sites Safer Casey Kuhn July 9, 2019
DNC Chairman Hosts Pro-Affordable Care Act Rally In Phoenix Casey Kuhn, Lauren Gilger July 9, 2019
Phoenix Council Moves Forward On Police Policy And Scrutiny Changes Casey Kuhn, Lauren Gilger July 3, 2019
Council Meeting To Discuss Next Steps For Police After Community Input Casey Kuhn July 1, 2019
Crews Clean Up Suppression Efforts Behind Woodbury Fire Casey Kuhn June 27, 2019
Kingman Medical Center Fixing Website That Left 1,100 Patients' Data Vulnerable Casey Kuhn June 18, 2019
USDA Mostly Addressed Doves, Coyotes In 2018 AZ Wildlife Damage Management Casey Kuhn June 11, 2019
Report: Dignity Health Reported Inaccurate Wages, Nearly Causing $11M In Medicare Overpayments Casey Kuhn June 11, 2019
Health Software Group Settles With 16 States Over Breach Casey Kuhn June 4, 2019
White Tank Mountain Park Without Water This Week Casey Kuhn June 4, 2019
Study: Arizona Roads Some Of Deadliest In Nation Casey Kuhn May 24, 2019
MCCCD Board To Decide On Worker Pay, Property Taxes Casey Kuhn May 21, 2019
Verde Valley Sober Living Home Gets Loan Casey Kuhn May 21, 2019
Tale Of 2 Hospitals: Past, Present Of Maricopa Integrated Health System Casey Kuhn May 8, 2019
Study: Police Line-Of-Duty Deaths Plummet Casey Kuhn, Steve Goldstein May 1, 2019
Hacienda Gets State License After Arizona Passes Bill Requiring It Casey Kuhn April 30, 2019
Phoenix Council Stalls Next Steps For Pedestrian Safety Plan Casey Kuhn, Mark Brodie April 23, 2019
Arizona Agriculture Companies Join USDA-Led Taiwan Trade Mission Casey Kuhn April 23, 2019
MCSO Is Running Community Meetings In Racial Profiling Case, Federal Judge Says It Falls Short Casey Kuhn April 19, 2019
Arizona ACLU Awarded Some Attorney's Fees Casey Kuhn April 17, 2019
Embry-Riddle Professor, Army Vet Dies In Helicopter Crash Casey Kuhn April 16, 2019
Maryvale Charter School Partners With ASU For College Prep Casey Kuhn April 16, 2019