KJZZ News

Woods Watch To Train Wildfire Spotters
You don’t have to have the title of fire lookout or sit in a little tower in the forest to spot wildfire activity.
Apr. 9, 2014
Bus Drivers At Sky Harbor Airport On Strike
Sky Harbor Airport travelers could be facing some problems Wednesday. The estimated 180 shuttle drivers who transport people from the rental car center to the terminals, and between terminals are on strike.
Apr. 9, 2014
Tucson City Council Reviews Deep Spending Cuts And Bus Fare Increase
Phoenix and Glendale aren't the only Arizona cities experiencing massive budget shortfalls.
Apr. 9, 2014
Legislature Approves Tax Cuts For Manufacturersacturers
State lawmakers have sent a pair of bills to Gov. Jan Brewer that would give tax cuts to manufacturers.
Apr. 9, 2014
Appeals Court Keeps Arizona Abortion Drug Restrictions On Hold
A federal appeals court is keeping regulations on hold that would have restricted medication abortions in Arizona beginning April 1.
Apr. 8, 2014
Report Gives Arizona B Grade For Spending Transparency
An annual report put out by the Public Interest Research Group scores all 50 states on government spending transparency.
Apr. 8, 2014
Temperatures To Hit High 90s Mid Week
Temperatures are on their way up to the high 90s on Wednesday, continuing through Friday.
Apr. 8, 2014
Responses To All Ignored Arizona Abuse Reports
The team reviewing 6,500 ignored reports of child abuse and neglect said every case has now been assigned to an investigator.
Apr. 8, 2014
The state of Arizona has been revamping behavioral health services in Maricopa County. Now it will be turning its attention to other areas of the state.
Apr. 8, 2014
 Active Wildfire Season Predicted In New Mexico
Fire officials in New Mexico are bracing for yet another active wildfire season. Ten fires have already burned this year.
Apr. 8, 2014
ADOT Asks Motorists To Obey Speed Limits In Construction Zones
The Arizona Department of Transportation is again urging motorists to observe the speed limit in construction zones.
Apr. 8, 2014
Congress Looks At Pushing For Campaign Contribution Limits
Congress is considering Constitutional amendments and legislative fixes to negate a Supreme Court decision that lifted the limits on campaign contributions to politicians.
Apr. 8, 2014
Lawmakers Approve 2015 Budget
Arizona lawmakers gave final approval Monday night to a budget for fiscal 2015. The $9.23 billion spending plan is more than Senate Republicans originally proposed but less than the House and Governor Brewer wanted.
Apr. 8, 2014
New Dam Construction At Tempe Town Lake To Begin This Summer
Officials with the city of Tempe are gearing up for a construction project at Tempe Town Lake.
Apr. 8, 2014
State Senator Targeted In Recall By Medical Marijuana Supporters
Marijuana advocates are starting a petition drive to recall a state lawmaker.
Apr. 8, 2014
Rabies Cases Increase In Santa Cruz County
There’s a rabies warning and quarantine in far southeastern Arizona.
Apr. 7, 2014
Even Typos Can Hold Up State Budget Talks
Talks will resume Monday between Republicans in the state House and Senate in an attempt to reach a compromise budget agreement.
Apr. 7, 2014
Fourth Drug Tunnel Of The Year Shut Down In Nogales
Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials say they’ve shut down another drug smuggling tunnel under the Mexican border at Nogales.
Apr. 7, 2014
Volunteers To Watch Campers For Fire Violations
Somebody may be watching you if you’re out in the forested areas around Coconino County.
Apr. 7, 2014
State Inspection Finds Issues At Glendale Abortion Clinic
Planned Parenthood of Arizona is disputing several allegations made by state health investigators about its Glendale clinic.
Apr. 7, 2014

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