Jennifer Sawhney
Jennifer Sawhney JE-ni-fur Saw-ha-nee (she/her/hers)
News Broadcast Reporter, Phoenix

Jennifer Sawhney expects to graduate in December 2022 with a master’s degree in mass communication. Sawhney, who has a bachelor’s degree in global studies from UCLA, has interned with La Prensa Sonoma and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Latest from Jennifer Sawhney

It’s electric: ADOT planning a statewide network of EV chargers along interstates

PHOENIX – Thanks to federal funding, the Arizona Department of Transportation will receive millions to upgrade existing electric vehicle chargers and install new ones along interstate highways.

More electric-vehicle charging ports will be installed along interstate highways in Arizona as early as 2024. ChargePoint already has some charging stations, similar to this one in downtown Phoenix, along several interstates. Each station will have four or more fast chargers capable of charging most vehicles in about 30 minutes. Photo taken Dec. 1, 2022. (Photo by Jennifer Sawhney/Cronkite News)

Organización sin fines de lucro de Arizona ayuda a puertorriqueños después del huracán

PHOENIX – Miembros del Centro Puertorriqueño de Arizona han realizado seis eventos en el área metropolitana de Phoenix para recaudar fondos para los afectados por el huracán Fiona, que azotó a Puerto Rico en septiembre.

Arizona nonprofit raises funds to help Puerto Ricans in Hurricane Fiona aftermath

PHOENIX – Members of the Puerto Rican Center of Arizona have held six events across metro Phoenix to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Fiona, which struck Puerto Rico in September.

Doug Ducey, federal government battle over shipping containers at the border

YUMA – State and Yuma officials concede that placing old shipping containers at the border is not the permanent or effective solution they want, but they did it anyway. Now, what some call a political stunt has the state embroiled in a legal fight with the federal government.

U.S. House: Redistricting, midterm malaise tighten congressional races in Arizona

PHOENIX – Democrats face stiff challenges to hold their slim 5-4 seat majority in the House of Representative races in Arizona, while the GOP hopes redistricting and midterm backlash gives Republicans the lead.

Oaxacan immigrants continue Guelaguetza, a centuries-old Indigenous celebration

PHOENIX – The Guelaguetza is a colorful, Indigenous celebration that was brought to Phoenix by Oaxacan immigrants who are continuing and sharing this tradition in Arizona.