KJZZ News

There are a lot of factors at work in Syria’s ongoing civil war, but scientists believe one of them is the worst drought in 900 years.
Mar. 11, 2016
baseball
Fans of baseball analytics are in the Valley for the Society of American Baseball Research, or SABR, conference on the subject.
Mar. 11, 2016
House under construction
More Americans are forming new households now than over the past few years - that includes both rentals and home ownership.
Mar. 11, 2016
indigenous pop
The traditions of Native American music have been evident in American pop music for a century or more.
Mar. 11, 2016
election vote campaign
In the middle of a campaign season, a lot of us are looking at our phones or computers or television screens to find out who has won a particular election.
Mar. 11, 2016
Arizona Capitol
A pair of bills making their way through the legislature this session have drawn some criticism for their insensitivity to refugees and undocumented immigrants.
Mar. 11, 2016
SABR Analytics Conference
Spring training is in full swing, and with Major League Baseball’s opening day just around the corner, a group of baseball researchers is holding its annual convention in downtown Phoenix.
Mar. 11, 2016
el nino map
While El Niño has not delivered as much rain as hoped to the Southwest, climate models predict the weakening system will bring above-average precipitation through the rest of the spring. However, models now suggest La Niña may form after El Niño subsides.
Mar. 11, 2016
Tablulae Rudolphi Astronomicae
Shakespeare’s dramatic works are filled with references to the sun, the stars and the moon. But as the 17th century dawned, was he aware of the many scientific discoveries being made across Europe?
Mar. 11, 2016
phoenix police department logo
Emergency responders and hazmat teams are working to clean up Papago Plating. The Phoenix Police Department has issued a hazardous material abatement warrant for the company.
Mar. 11, 2016
Bob Stump
On Friday, a judge ordered another review to determine which, if any, of Commissioner Bob Stump's messages are public record.
Mar. 11, 2016
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
The announcement follows the VA’s recent summit on preventing veteran suicides held in Washington D.C. last month.
Mar. 11, 2016
student in classroom
The report commissioned by the Arizona Minority Education Policy Analysis Center said that failing to address gaps in education could lead to a less qualified workforce and hurt economic development.
Mar. 11, 2016
Money
The effort to put both issues on the November ballot started with a million dollars from Texas billionaire John Arnold.
Mar. 11, 2016
Sen. John Kavanagh's legislation would allow government agencies and employees to reject a request if it is "unduly burdensome or harassing."
Mar. 11, 2016
view from the balloon in flight.
Arizona ranks high in the nation for growth in science and technology careers — but it’s near the bottom when it comes to preparing students for those fields. That’s something a Flagstaff science teacher has set out to change.
Mar. 11, 2016
Huachuca water umbel
Dwindling groundwater, drought and climate change threaten the Huachuca water umbel. The federal government seeks comments on a recovery plan for the endangered plant found in southeastern Arizona.
Mar. 11, 2016
Police say the 13-year-old girl, along with two other students, will face one misdemeanor and two felony charges.
Mar. 10, 2016
street piano mesa
Listen to the sounds of April Anne playing one of the street pianos in downtown Mesa.
Mar. 10, 2016
Coconino National Forest
The recent standoff at at a federal wildlife refuge in Oregon highlighted the debate over the role of federally-owned land, especially in the west.
Mar. 10, 2016

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