Closing arguments were Friday in a medical malpractice lawsuit brought by a veteran against the Phoenix VA Health Care System, and lawyers focused on what should — or should not — have happened when Steven Cooper’s first prostate exam showed irregularities.
Four cases of a dangerous strain of E. coli have been detected in Arizona. The Arizona Department of Health Services is recommending people avoid eating I.M. Healthy brands of soynut butter and other products containing the soynut butter.
It’s time for the KJZZ Friday Newscap. Our special guest panelists this week are Amy Silverman, managing editor of Phoenix New Times and author of "My Heart Can't Even Believe It," and Rebekah Sanders, Maricopa County political reporter for The Arizona Republic and azcentral.com.
Patsy Cline was tough. She wore pants when most women in country music wore gingham dresses, survived a nearly-fatal car crash at the height of her career and never stopped in her pursuit of her career. A new documentary delves into the country music legend’s life, early death and continuing influence. "Patsy Cline: American Masters" premieres this Sunday night on PBS.
Beginning in the mid-1960s and extending for at least another decade, Laurel Canyon in Southern California was a haven for folk rock, country rock and what’s come to be known as classic rock. On Saturday night at the Hyatt Gainey Ranch in Scottsdale, Brian Chartrand — along with two other singers and a band — will be performing the show Live from Laurel Canyon.
American roots singer Martha Redbone has always mixed genres with her music, blending rhythm and blues, Appalachian mountain music and Native American music. But, with her latest album, she’s also blending cultures.
Beer and wine sales in the U.S. have been healthy for decades, while the market for spirits was consistent but not spectacular. Domestic sales of American whiskey approached $2.5 billion in 2014. That trend has been seen in Arizona, too. So what is this state doing to stand out?
These are especially turbulent times in Washington, D.C., with investigations into Russian connections to President Donald Trump’s Cabinet, concerns about the future of the Affordable Care Act and regulatory changes. Will Democrats be able to work with their Republican colleagues and Trump?
With the Trump administration stepping up immigration enforcement and the divisive rhetoric surrounding immigrants in our country, politicians are speaking out on both sides of the issue. But, not everyone is toeing the party line. We speak to Arizona state Rep. Tony Rivero is a conservative Republican who represents Peoria and some of Sun City.
As Arizona’s medical marijuana sales rise, more dispensaries are opening in Phoenix. Last month, the city’s Board of Adjustment approved an application for a dispensary that will be located within 500 feet of a residential district, near the corner of Central Avenue and Thomas Road.
Let’s look now at reaction to the early months of the Trump administration closer to home. There are rallies planned in Phoenix tomorrow — one at the state Capitol and the other an Encanto Park. KJZZ’s Matt Casey will be reporting on both events and joins us now.
Competition for IT professionals in the valley is spiking, and is expected get even more intense as the tech industry continues to expand. That has some state agencies worried about hanging on to their tech employees.
The Arizona Department of Transportation is giving homeless veterans camping out on state land more time to relocate. Almost 30 people have been living in tents in a camp near the Loop 202 and the Salt River.
Bill Kurtis reads three quotes from the week’s news: Invisi-bill, Scaredy Spice, Prime Purchase. Our panelists read three stories about someone with a real good reason to move out of their house, only one of which is true.