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Christine Stanwood is a weekend evening anchor and reporter.

Christine joined ABC15 in December 2021 as a multimedia journalist. Since then, she's been on the front lines covering wildfires, including the Tunnel, Pipeline and Haywire wildfires in Flagstaff. She reported live from LA where the Arizona Cardinals made it all the way to the playoffs in 2022.

Before chasing wildfires and monsoons, Christine was chasing tornadoes, flooding and ice storms for the ABC affiliate, KOCO in Oklahoma City. There she was the lead reporter and fill-in anchor. She covered Black Lives Matter rallies, the 2020 election, and the Governor.

In addition to daily general reporting and breaking news, Christine has taken on the responsibility of being the Education Reporter for ABC15.

Her reporting has led to action. One Scottsdale woman and her mother were able to move into a home from a hotel after a viewer saw her report. Another Phoenix woman was able to purchase a standing frame to help with her muscular dystrophy after viewers saw the story.

Christine covered the heartfelt and ongoing recovery of Phoenix Police Officer Tyler Moldovan’s after being shot eight times. She worked to keep everyone updated during live continuous coverage from the scene of the Tanger mall shooting.

Christine’s passion for journalism began at a young age. She had the opportunity to be the ‘Guest Weather Kid’ on public access television and reporting and producing segments for her high school’s 435 magazine show. Christine was born and raised in Overland Park, Kansas and is a proud graduate of The University of Kansas.

When Christine isn’t working, she enjoys hiking with her fiancée and Australian Shepherds, arranging flowers and finding the best tacos in the Valley.

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