KJZZ News

Arizona Capitol
Governor Doug Ducey Thursday signed into law a bill that would take away state-shared revenue from cities who are found to have ordinances that are in conflict with state law.
Mar. 18, 2016
In a time when musicians can record, produce, release, and publicize their own music outside of a recording studio and inside a studio apartment, the answer to the question is complicated.
Mar. 18, 2016
Prison Education
Advocates argue that training and educational programming give the incarcerated a better chance of successfully reentering society and reduces recidivism.
Mar. 18, 2016
Phoenix City Hall
The City of Phoenix is in the black this year with a sizable budget surplus, but residents could still see a tax hike.
Mar. 18, 2016
Cotton Farm
A national report shows farm loans in the West have gone up by $600 million, but locally, the FSA is seeing more farmers borrow smaller loans.
Mar. 18, 2016
Donald Trump
Donald Trump, who is the favorite to win Arizona’s winner-take-all 58 delegates, is first scheduled to appear at an event at the Phoenix Convention Center with Sean Hannity of Fox New, then will hold a rally at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills.
Mar. 18, 2016
Some members of Arizona’s business community are watching Trump anxiously as the state’s presidential primary approaches this Tuesday. They worry the Republican front runner’s rhetoric on immigration and Mexico could prompt a backlash, something Arizona has seen before.
Mar. 18, 2016
Arizona residents trying to fight traffic tickets could have another tool at their disposal.
Mar. 18, 2016
dementia tempe
The City of Tempe will kick off a conversation Saturday to learn how to improve the lives of people living with dementia and their caregivers.
Mar. 18, 2016
chicken
City residents can have one chicken per 1,000 square feet on lots less than a half acre.
Mar. 18, 2016
The PBS investigative series Frontline is giving its viewers an expanded view of a widening famine in war-torn South Sudan. In 360-degree virtual reality, On The Brink Of Famine examines the deepening hunger crisis that few people in the Western World are even aware of.
Mar. 18, 2016
Tucson's Message to the Masses and Phoenix's Qais Essar are two of eight Arizona bands playing in official South by Southwest showcases.
Mar. 18, 2016
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey
The legislation would cut state shared revenue from cities found to be in violation of state statute.
Mar. 18, 2016
The legislation is aimed at ordinances in Tempe and Phoenix which allow pet stores to sell only shelter and rescue animals.
Mar. 18, 2016
At noon on Friday, the presidents of ASU, NAU and U of A will release their proposals, followed by public comment. The Arizona Board of Regents is expected to take a vote on April 7.
Mar. 18, 2016
The 3.2-mile light rail extension on 19th Avenue in northwest Phoenix opens Saturday. After three years of construction, local businesses say they’re excited about things getting back to normal.
Mar. 18, 2016
Gold King Mine
Environmental officials in New Mexico say the money is less than half of what it would take to fund a long-term monitoring effort that would protect communities.
Mar. 18, 2016
The U.S. Marshals Service is monitoring a privately run detention center in west Texas after inmates and their attorneys complained of inhumane conditions, including the use of plastic bags as toilets.
Mar. 18, 2016
tablet
End-of-life care is a difficult time for both patients and their families. And if an individual is managing a terminal illness at home, it can also be hard to get prompt medical help. This is especially true in rural areas, where a hospital may be a long drive away.
Mar. 17, 2016
blood donations
Two blood drives have now been canceled in Yuma County due to Zika concerns. This is leading to donation shortages of certain blood types in southwestern Arizona.
Mar. 17, 2016

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