KJZZ News

The Douglas Port of Entry is getting a new name Wednesday, in honor of the late Arizona Gov. Raul Castro.
Oct. 13, 2015
The Arizona Supreme Court heard arguments in the case of the so called “Baseline Killer” this morning. This appeal comes four years after he was sentenced to death.
Oct. 13, 2015
If the shame and disappointment of losing your grade school spelling bee is still with you, you’ve got a chance to redeem yourself.
Oct. 13, 2015
They’re bright, flashy and colorful. Some think they’re garish, others call them retro. One thing is certain — they’re disappearing.
Oct. 13, 2015
The Bureau of Land Management is creating a new hotshot firefighting crew, which will be based in southern Arizona.
Oct. 13, 2015
New research suggested there may be a racial bias at crosswalks.
Oct. 13, 2015
The Arizona Geological Survey wants Arizonans are prepared, despite the fact the last major earthquake struck southern Arizona in 1887.
Oct. 13, 2015
Mexico and the U.S. share an appetite for fast food that has both countries coping with obesity especially on the border.
Oct. 13, 2015
A new study suggests collectors and black market trade are putting 30 percent of rare cactus species at risk of extinction.
Oct. 13, 2015
The recent fatal shooting at Northern Arizona University has left some asking not only why a student would attack his classmates, but also why a weapon was on hand in the first place.
Oct. 13, 2015
Lingering hot weather in October is nothing new to long-time Arizona residents. With highs forecasted near 100 for the next few days, the potential for breaking daily records is possible.
Oct. 13, 2015
The Greater Grand Canyon Heritage National Monument Act would set aside 1.7 million acres of public land.
Oct. 13, 2015
A bus strike continues to loom in Phoenix after union members overwhelmingly rejected what operators called their “last and final” offer.
Oct. 12, 2015
New figures released by the state show abortions are declining in Arizona. But pro-life groups and abortion access advocates disagree when it comes to the reasons why.
Oct. 12, 2015
The border fence dividing the U.S. and Mexico has long been a subject of debate and controversy. Now, artist Asa Fernandez is attempting to paint a stretch of the border fence in Nogales, Sonora, so it looks like it is no longer there.
Oct. 12, 2015
Children and teens who crowded into the library at Central High School picked up more than just musical notes at Mariachi workshops held recently in the Valley.
Oct. 12, 2015
One of the original VA hospital whistleblowers announced plans for a billboard outside the Phoenix location.
Oct. 12, 2015
Scientists have a new worry about a special group of organisms that protects soil on the Colorado Plateau. They’re called “biocrusts,” and they’re easily destroyed when trampled. But new research shows there’s another menace.
Oct. 12, 2015
The father of a Northern Arizona University student who was fatally shot Friday said something needs to be done about gun violence in the United States.
Oct. 12, 2015
The official monsoon season is over, but lingering wet weather in Arizona means collectors still have a chance to find a variety of insects and arthropods.
Oct. 12, 2015

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