KJZZ News

Phoenix Worried About 2020 Census Electronic Submission
The country is two years away from the official start of the 2020 Census, but some cities, like Phoenix, are concerned about changes that could potentially impact the count and how much federal funding it gets.
Feb. 5, 2018
Ka-ching! Home Seller Profits Hit 10-Year High
During the last three months of last year, ATTOM Data Solutions found the average home price was $54,000 more than what the seller had paid.
Feb. 5, 2018
New Mexico May Require Job, School Or Military Plans To Graduate High School
A bill working its way through the New Mexico legislature would require high school students apply for college, join the military or commit to a specific job or internship in order to graduate
Feb. 5, 2018
AAA
AAA is again offering their free “Tipsy Tow” program for those who have had one too many adult beverages during the Super Bowl.
Feb. 4, 2018
Lottery Opens For Grand Canyon River Trip Permits
It’s an important time of year for adventurous folks who’d like to raft the Grand Canyon. A highly competitive lottery for self-guided river trips has opened.
Feb. 3, 2018
Former Rep. Shooter Eligible For $600 A Month Before Taxes In State Pension
Former Yuma Rep. Don Shooter worked a total of seven years as a state lawmaker, both in the House and Senate, before being expelled after allegations of sexual harassment.
Feb. 3, 2018
Mesa Man Who Sold Ammo To Las Vegas Shooter Charged
A Mesa man who sold ammunition to the gunman in last year’s deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas is facing federal charges.
Feb. 2, 2018
 Rex Tillerson And His Canadian, Mexican Counterparts Strike Conciliatory Tone On NAFTA
The top diplomats from the U.S., Mexico and Canada are sought to strike a conciliatory tone over the ongoing NAFTA negotiations.
Feb. 2, 2018
Testing For Air Force Jets To Take Place At Davis-Monthan
The Air Force continues to study whether to buy light-attack aircraft at low cost and will be using a Southern Arizona base for continued experimentation.
Feb. 2, 2018
As More Turn From Prescription Opioids To Heroin, Can Arizona Keep Up?
Deaths from heroin tripled between 2012 and 2016 in Arizona, while some health workers believe there is an epidemic of infectious disease in some of the state’s small rural communities.
Feb. 2, 2018
 McCain: Attacks On FBI
John McCain may be missing from the Senate as he undergoes treatment for brain cancer, but the Arizona senator is speaking out to condemn what he calls partisan attacks on the FBI. He says the controversy over the handling of the Russia investigation isn’t helping anyone but the Russians.
Feb. 2, 2018
Judge: Border Patrol Agent Charged With Murder Can
A federal judge says a Border Patrol agent charged in the shooting death of a Mexican teen in 2012 cannot be cross-examined about his military record.
Feb. 2, 2018
What To Do If You Dislike One Of The Super Bowl Teams
When the Eagles and Patriots take the field on Sunday, fans in Philly and Boston will be in their teams’ colors. But what about those fans who can’t stand one – or both – of the Super Bowl teams?
Feb. 2, 2018
 Can A Zero-Waste Super Bowl Be Accomplished?
Super Bowl 52 is going to be played on Sunday in Minneapolis, with tens of thousands of fans living and dying with the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles. This Super Bowl is aiming to be a zero-waste event. What does that mean? How can it be accomplished? With me to talk about that is Colin Tetreault, senior sustainability scholar at ASU.
Feb. 2, 2018
KJZZ
It's time for the Friday Newscap. Joining us to talk about a historic day in the Arizona Legislature and some developments in the state’s 8th Congressional District are Chuck Coughlin, president of HighGround Public Affairs Consultants, and Karl Gentles, partner at Goode Wright Gentles.
Feb. 2, 2018
The Century-Old Story Of An Arizona Prostitute’s Run From The Law
When an archivist in California opened an old box to process some records and pulled out documents dating back to Arizona’s territorial days, she knew she’d found a story as juicy as any soap opera.
Feb. 2, 2018
 ASU-Banner Study Showing Potential In Fight Against Alzheimer
More than 5 million Americans have Alzheimer’s disease. There is extensive Alzheimer’s-related research going on in Arizona, and a number of advances have been made, including in the realm of diet and nutrition.
Feb. 2, 2018
 After Shooter
Even though Rep. Shooter is now out of office as a result of his behavior, it went on for a long time before this vote happened. And some recent reporting raises the question: will this change anything at the state Capitol? We spoke with Rachel Leingang with the Arizona Capitol Times and Yvonne Wingett Sanchez of The Arizona Republic.
Feb. 2, 2018
House Floor Session
And, for more on Thursday’s expulsion vote of Republican Rep. Don Shooter after allegations of sexual harassment, we’re joined by Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services.
Feb. 2, 2018
The Takeaway: House Republicans Release Controversial Memo
After getting the go-ahead from President Trump, House Republicans made the GOP memo public on Friday.
Feb. 2, 2018

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