In the final days of the Obama administration, a bipartisan Congress passed the 21st Century Cures Act. Part of that bill authorized nearly a billion dollars to the states in emergency money to help get people into treatment for opioid addiction.
Steve Goldstein, co-host of KJZZ’s The Show, guides a discussions between the four candidates running for two commissioner seats on the Arizona Corporation Commission, which regulates public utilities in our state.
A Democratic state lawmaker is asking the Arizona Attorney General to investigate whether cities and counties broke the law in their effort to fight a clean energy ballot measure. State Rep. Ken Clark has submitted a letter to Mark Brnovich’s office raising concerns about resolutions passed by local lawmakers around the state urging their constituents to oppose Proposition 127.
The investigative team behind Trump, Inc. reports on the Trump Organization's involvement in the construction of a tower and complex in Panama, a deal that revealed a pattern of deception in Trump properties around the world.
Arizona voters are deciding on five ballot measures on Nov. 6. On four of those issues, KJZZ's The Show invited people on both sides to weigh in. (There is no organized opposition to Proposition 125.) Learn more about each measure and hear the arguments for and against.
Thousands of Honduran migrants started to arrive to Mexico through Guatemala. Their goal? To reach the United States. But the uncertainty that comes ahead is concerning Mexican citizens and local nonprofit organizations.
Arizona icon Sandra Day O'Connor, the first woman to serve on the U.S. Supreme Court, is withdrawing from public life at 88 years old. She announced in a letter she has the beginning stages of dementia and possibly Alzheimer's disease. This summer she turned over her office at the high court to Justice Anthony Kennedy, who recently retired.