KJZZ News

Tuition rates at Arizona’s colleges and universities have increased more than any other state’s since 2008, which gave one national company the idea of offering tuition insurance.
Jun. 26, 2015
We spoke with Dr. Emil Faithe, a medical medium who’s in charge of this Sunday’s Phoenix Psychic Fair.
Jun. 26, 2015
Data from the Arizona Department of Education show 62 percent of the districts who responded to a survey during the 2013-2014 school year said they had openings for teachers.
Jun. 26, 2015
Lawyers for Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas and the Arizona Board of Education were in court this morning.
Jun. 26, 2015
Lots of Arizonans have been waking up early the past week in anticipation of a decision in the U.S. Supreme Court case challenging the way Arizona draws its congressional district maps.
Jun. 26, 2015
In a 5-4 opinion, the U.S. Supreme Court this morning legalized same-sex marriage across the country. We got a few perspectives from Arizonans on Friday's ruling.
Jun. 26, 2015
If you want to go to a ballgame, you’ve got a few options for where you get your tickets.
Jun. 26, 2015
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever has been around since the 19th Century, but hadn’t been associated with Arizona until very recently.
Jun. 26, 2015
While many cities around the country like Washington D.C. are making great strides in the development of solar energy, Arizona and Phoenix in particular were leading markets that are now falling behind in the industry.
Jun. 26, 2015
Tonight, a new exhibit opens in Glendale called “Stronger than Steel.”
Jun. 26, 2015
Police in Surprise arrested two men for stealing 2,400 pounds of aluminum from one of Waste Management’s recycling centers Thursday morning. It can take a lot of aluminum to earn even just a few bucks, but some people have found another way to game the system.
Jun. 26, 2015
Honeybees have been in the news lately because they’re disappearing. They’re crucial to food production, but they’re not native to North America. Now some scientists are turning their attention to the importance and health of native pollinators.
Jun. 26, 2015
Every summer around this time, a new crop of graduating medical residents go into practice. And while some doctors joke this is the time of year to not get sick, medical commentator Dr. Joseph Sirven has a slightly different view.
Jun. 26, 2015
Arizona Schools Chief and the Board of Education argued in court Friday about who has the power to hire and fire board employees.
Jun. 26, 2015
Outdoor recreation supporters are concerned the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund will expire in September 2015 without Congressional action.
Jun. 26, 2015
The Bullhead City-Laughlin airport is looking to expand its runway and return commercial airline service with the help of a $750,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation.
Jun. 26, 2015
You’ve probably driven past the building and barely noticed — yet she’s been there for more than a century.
Jun. 26, 2015
After years of record-breaking wildfires across the southwest, fire managers are finally catching their breath this season. A wetter-than-average spring is allowing them to focus on preventing mega-fires in the future.
Jun. 26, 2015
Friday’s high temperature is expected to be 110 degrees. Twenty-five-years ago on this date, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport recorded a historic temperature of 122.
Jun. 26, 2015
June 27 marks the beginning of Independents Week, an annual national celebration of local businesses. Local First Arizona spokesperson Erika Pederson says the “buy local” movement has experienced increased visibility since it became mainstream in 2014.
Jun. 26, 2015

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