KJZZ News

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether federal felony charges can be filed against defendants who were previously convicted of multiple domestic violence counts in tribal courts that didn't provide attorneys.
Apr. 18, 2016
injection table
With limited resources, death penalty cases can be a huge expense for rural counties.
Apr. 18, 2016
In a perfect world, the workforce would be a gender-blind place – a place, maybe, that looks like Rep. Raul Grijalva’s office, where women occupy three of the four top-paid jobs.
Apr. 18, 2016
John C. Lincoln medical center
Banner Thunderbird Medical Center in Glendale and HonorHealth John C. Lincoln Medical Center in Scottsdale are named in a lawsuit for failing to protect patients.
Apr. 18, 2016
prescott
Prescott residents are taking matters into their own hands to help fund the police and fire departments as attrition and pension debt threaten to reduce services.
Apr. 18, 2016
seismograph
Mike Conway, a seismologist with the Arizona Geological Survey, said it’s unlikely the series of earthquakes are over.
Apr. 18, 2016
Undocumented immigrants pay nearly $230 million in taxes in Arizona, according to the Washington, DC-based Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy.
Apr. 18, 2016
The federal government is cleaning up a long legacy of uranium mining on the Navajo Nation. Many Navajo people have died of kidney failure and cancer-- conditions linked to uranium contamination. And new research from the CDC shows uranium in babies born today.
Apr. 18, 2016
Solar installation
Former utility regulator Kris Mayes is driving an initiative to bar the changes utilities are seeking she says would undermine the ability of Arizonans to go solar.
Apr. 18, 2016
The Campaign to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol in Arizona has collected more than 200,000 signatures, about 50,000 more than is required.
Apr. 18, 2016
Navajo Nation seal
San Juan County is crying foul over a lawsuit filed by members of the Navajo Nation who say a move to hold elections only by mail disenfranchises certain members of their tribe.
Apr. 18, 2016
parasitic wasp
The plant disease citrus greening has hit Florida hard. Growers in other citrus-producing states, like Arizona, see it as a warning.
Apr. 18, 2016
Mohave County seal
The board of supervisors will consider a request for up to $344,000 to cover the costs of the pending Mohave County death penalty cases.
Apr. 18, 2016
Tumbleweed
The tumbleweed, an iconic image of the West, is not from the West at all. Now new research suggests not only has a new species of the potentially dangerous plant emerged, but is spreading quickly.
Apr. 18, 2016
Frank Lloyd Wright House
A Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home in Phoenix will close to the public starting next month.
Apr. 18, 2016
The police chief of the Salt River Police Department has been placed on leave.
Apr. 18, 2016
While the troubles from last month's presidential preference election may still bew fresh, another election is just around the corner.
Apr. 18, 2016
In 2014, an Arizona court ordered the state legislature to pay schools back for lost money. Lawmakers have since proposed a compromise to give them more than 80 percent of what they are owed. But that won’t happen unless voters approve Proposition 123 in May.
Apr. 18, 2016
Sport Chalet logo
The Southern California-based sporting goods store Sport Chalet is closing all its locations, including several in the Valley.
Apr. 16, 2016
The charges were filed against Leland Joe after an FBI special agent visited his property earlier this month.
Apr. 16, 2016

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