KJZZ News

A screen of a "Pokemon Go" player
"Pokemon Go" is probably your newest obsession or your two least favorite words.
Jul. 12, 2016
Mahin Khan
A Tucson man who planned a terrorist attack against a Motor Vehicle Division office in Maricopa County pleaded not guilty in court Tuesday and will remain in jail.
Jul. 12, 2016
Yuma Police motorcycle
There are, in this country, between 15,000 and 18,000 police departments. Those agencies come in different sizes and have different resources. What if that number was lower?
Jul. 12, 2016
sketch of a suspect
Phoenix police have used the words “serial shooter, or shooters,” for the first time in connection with an investigation into a series of shooting starting in March.
Jul. 12, 2016
"If you don't save your 50-year-old buildings, you're not going to have any 100-year-old buildings left," one Phoenician says.
Jul. 12, 2016
electronics circuit tech
Phoenix is nearly a top-10 tech talent market, according to the commercial real estate firm CBRE.
Jul. 12, 2016
Ectomycorrhizal fungi
Climate change scientists know that plants can’t grow larger with extra carbon dioxide unless they also have nitrogen. But a new study coauthored by a Flagstaff ecologist shows fungus can help plants get around that limitation.
Jul. 12, 2016
3-D printing has been used to make everything from knives to jewelry to sculpture to cars. And now, we can add facial implants to that list.
Jul. 12, 2016
school education classroom
Arizona third graders will soon learn if they are moving on to the next grade. According to results from the, AzMERIT test, fewer than 1,400 of student did not meet the mandatory standard.
Jul. 12, 2016
Delegates have been told to vote for Donald Trump as nominee, or risk losing their credentials to attend. This order has angered Arizona members of the anti-Trump movement.
Jul. 12, 2016
Grand Canyon
While crews work to contain the blaze, a section of the Arizona Trail has been closed.
Jul. 12, 2016
The Goodyear City Council has given final approval to a plan for about 160 new homes in an area where residents worry there aren’t enough fire stations to serve new developments.
Jul. 12, 2016
scientist holding a brain
More women than men are stricken with Alzheimer’s disease. It’s not simply because women live longer than men — on average more than four years. Research is looking into genetic factors and whether hormonal milestones such as puberty, pregnancy and the onset of menopause are triggers.
Jul. 12, 2016
marijuana
Foes of legalizing marijuana for recreational use in Arizona are trying to block voters from getting their say on the measure.
Jul. 11, 2016
hiking
Volunteers leave water and snacks on popular trails to fight dehydration in the summer heat.
Jul. 11, 2016
As we continue our celebration of the working life, we’re looking at the people who do the jobs that you sometimes don’t see or don’t think about.
Jul. 11, 2016
An Arizona State University professor saw an opportunity for innovation in blood testing. Now, he’s received a $1.2 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for screening blood with a new, simple test.
Jul. 11, 2016
wetlands and mountains
The Tres Rios Wetlands project was completed by the city of Phoenix in 2010, and has grown beyond expectations.
Jul. 11, 2016
U.S. Capitol Building
Federal budget policy is extremely complicated. A new tool gives all of us the chance to see how policies, such as Social Security and immigration, could affect the federal budget and then, presumably, our own budgets.
Jul. 11, 2016
Recap Friday's protest and rally with KJZZ's Jimmy Jenkins and hear what more needs to happen according to one community leader.
Jul. 11, 2016

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