Casey Kuhn

Senior Field Correspondent

Casey Kuhn is a Senior Field Correspondent covering the West Valley from KJZZ's SPOT 127 youth media center.

She comes to Phoenix from Bloomington, Ind. where she graduated from Indiana University with a B.A. in journalism.

Kuhn fell under the spell of audio storytelling and reporting in college at Bloomington's 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 graduation she became a multimedia reporter at Bloomington's NPR/PBS affiliate WFIU/WTIU and helped produce the weekly statewide news television show. Her interests in reporting range from endangered species habitat loss to community outreach programs.

Kuhn was born and raised in Cincinnati where her parents instilled in her a love of baseball, dogs and good German beer.

Casey Kuhn
Title Author Publication Date
$10.8 Million Federal Grant Keeps Arizona Family And Child Health Program Going Casey Kuhn September 20, 2017
Mohave County Moves $500,000 To Sheriff's Department For Salaries Casey Kuhn September 19, 2017
Ramps At Bell Road And Grand Avenue Closing For A Week Casey Kuhn September 18, 2017
Arizona Attorney General Joins 32-State Investigation Into Equifax Breach Casey Kuhn September 18, 2017
Judge Rules In Favor Of Glendale Over Trash-To-Energy Lawsuit Casey Kuhn September 18, 2017
Phoenix City Council Rejects Petition To Create Police Civilian Review Board Casey Kuhn September 13, 2017
Arizona Attracts International Auto Companies For New Car Testing Casey Kuhn September 12, 2017
Phoenix Burton Barr Library Fallout: $2.5M Restoration, Extra Sunday Hours At Branches Casey Kuhn September 08, 2017
First Community Listening Session With Phoenix Police Tonight Casey Kuhn September 04, 2017
Ball Corporation To Build Can-Making Plant In Goodyear Casey Kuhn September 04, 2017
Phoenix Police Release Video Showing Protesters Throw Bottles, Gas Canisters At Officers Casey Kuhn August 31, 2017
After Protesters Take Over Council Meeting, Phoenix Withdraws Option For Police Action Review Casey Kuhn August 30, 2017
Construction Skilled Labor Shortage Persists In Arizona Casey Kuhn August 30, 2017
Former Kingman Employee Pleads Guilty To 4 Counts Of Theft Casey Kuhn August 29, 2017
'Respect The Legal Process:' Phoenix Lawyers Gather To Denounce Arpaio Pardon Casey Kuhn August 29, 2017
Rural Arizona Greenhouse Uses Artificial Intelligence To Grow Tomatoes Casey Kuhn August 29, 2017
Phoenix City Leaders, Advocacy Groups Respond To Post-Rally Chaos Casey Kuhn August 23, 2017
Growing Arizona Businesses Rely On H-2B Visas As Labor Needs Increase Casey Kuhn August 22, 2017
Phoenix Law Enforcement Prepare For President Trump Rally Downtown Casey Kuhn August 21, 2017
Valley Metro: Delays Possible For President Trump's Rally Tuesday Casey Kuhn August 21, 2017
Kingman Considers Ban On Circus Animal Acts Casey Kuhn August 20, 2017
UA College Of Agriculture Dean Joins Letter In Support Of NAFTA Agriculture Policies Casey Kuhn August 17, 2017
U.S. Department Of Justice Sues Glendale Over National Guard Member's Firing Casey Kuhn August 15, 2017
Yuma County Accidentally Sends Out 500 Duplicate Early Ballots Casey Kuhn August 14, 2017
Arizona Pecan Growers Looking Forward To Good 2017 Crop Casey Kuhn August 14, 2017

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