Kathy Ritchie

Reporter

Kathy Ritchie began her public radio career in 2014, when she joined KJZZ. She regularly covers breaking news, as well as issues affecting people with disabilities and older Americans. Ritchie also contributes stories to WBUR’s Here & Now.

Ritchie has more than 15 years of experience reporting and writing stories for national and regional publications, including Child, SMITH, Arizona Highways and asap, the AP’s multimedia storytelling service, and she loves finding unique ways to tell stories that matter to KJZZ listeners.

Ritchie’s work was also featured in the book “The Moment: Wild, Poignant, Life-Changing Stories from 125 Writers and Artists Famous & Obscure.” She also chronicled her experience as a caregiver in a blog called “My Demented Mom.”

Before coming home to Arizona in 2009, Ritchie lived in New York City. She got her start at ABC News and FOX News after earning her master’s degree from New York University. Ritchie earned her undergraduate degree from Arizona State University.

Title Author(s) Publication Date
Funeral For Former Rep. Pastor To Be Held Friday Kathy Ritchie Dec. 6, 2018
Bipartisan Bill Could Improve Oral Health Care Among Seniors Kathy Ritchie Dec. 6, 2018
UA Receives Grant To Study Alzheimer's In Women Kathy Ritchie Dec. 5, 2018
U.S. Fish And Wildlife Proposes Protection Plan For Endangered Turtle Kathy Ritchie Dec. 5, 2018
Grijalva Calls For Secretary Zinke's Resignation; Zinke Issues Strong Tweet Kathy Ritchie Nov. 30, 2018
Ex-Valley Metro Executive Gets Job With NC Light Rail Kathy Ritchie Nov. 29, 2018
Increase In Syphilis Cases Among Women, Babies Kathy Ritchie Nov. 29, 2018
Former AZ Congressman Ed Pastor Dies At 75 Kathy Ritchie, Steve Goldstein, Mark Brodie Nov. 28, 2018
Q&AZ: Why Is Interstate 17 Not A State Route? Kathy Ritchie Nov. 22, 2018
Health Officials Target Teens With Anti-Vaping Campaign Kathy Ritchie Nov. 16, 2018
Growing Old LGBT: Exploring The Hurdles Facing LGBT Elders Kathy Ritchie Nov. 7, 2018
Some Latinos Not Comfortable Talking About Alzheimer's Kathy Ritchie Nov. 5, 2018
Some Alzheimer's Organizations Use Movie 'Coco' To Engage Latinos Kathy Ritchie Nov. 5, 2018
MCCCD Chancellor Responds To Faculty Complaints Kathy Ritchie Nov. 2, 2018
AARP Surveys Different Generations On Attitude Towards Voting, Loans Kathy Ritchie Nov. 1, 2018
Costs For Long-Term Care Growing In Arizona, U.S. Kathy Ritchie Oct. 26, 2018
Revisiting Sandra Day O'Connor's StoryCorps Interview Lauren Gilger, Mark Brodie, Kathy Ritchie Oct. 24, 2018
Internet Campaign Aims To Get Young People To Vote Kathy Ritchie, Steve Goldstein Oct. 15, 2018
Prosecutor Arguing Arpaio Verdict Will Remain In Place Kathy Ritchie Oct. 10, 2018
Phoenix VA Medical Center Still A 1-Star Facility Kathy Ritchie Oct. 4, 2018
SRP: Record Rainfall Didn't Change Water Reservoir Storage Kathy Ritchie Oct. 4, 2018
Ducey Doubles Down On Claim Garcia Tried To 'Rig' Election Kathy Ritchie, Lauren Gilger
Howard Fischer, Capitol Media Services
Oct. 3, 2018
Survey: LGBT Elders Face More Hurdles As They Age Kathy Ritchie Oct. 1, 2018
New Poll Find More Than Half Think They Might Develop Alzheimer's Disease Kathy Ritchie Sep. 24, 2018
La Paz Assessor's $15M Error To Cost School District Kathy Ritchie Sep. 20, 2018

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