KJZZ News

A lightning-started wildfire that has burned more than nine square miles of the Coronado National Forest in extreme southwestern New Mexico is about a third contained.
Jun. 8, 2015
Mexican voters elected their first independent gubernatorial candidate, seen as a protest against party politics, while giving the ruling party a lead in Congress, according to official results Monday, sending mixed messages in midterm elections.
Jun. 8, 2015
Candidates seeking office in a Navajo election won't be able to proceed if they have an outstanding ethics violation.
Jun. 8, 2015
International climate negotiations are underway in Germany with countries hoping to find individual emission reduction goals — and an Arizona expert is there to help.
Jun. 8, 2015
Caroline Lobo is an architect in Phoenix. One year, she and her team were working on redesigning an elementary school. After talking with the teachers, administration, the students and the parents, it was clear the community had very different opinions about the new school.
Jun. 8, 2015
MCSO's Tent City in Phoenix is one of the state's most notorious jails. It's also known for being a place where those convicted of DUIs serve time. But what's it really like there? Hear firsthand from a former inmate.
Jun. 5, 2015
Arizona’s Attorney General has appealed a federal court’s ruling requiring the state to issue driver’s licenses to certain young immigrants brought to the country illegally as children.
Jun. 5, 2015
NASA is sending a mission to see if Europa, an icy moon of Jupiter, has conditions suitable for life, and three Arizona State University scientists are involved with the mission's instruments.
Jun. 5, 2015
WASHINGTON – Arizona continued to be among the lowest states in the nation for per pupil school spending, and its expenditures were falling while the rest of the nation’s were rising, the Census Bureau said.
Jun. 5, 2015
A new Scottsdale play focuses on the unexpected national popularity of the not-so-real rock band called Hub Kapp and the Wheels from "Wallace and Ladmo."
Jun. 5, 2015
We spoke with Ann Wallack, who has been running for decades and is the owner of Runners Den in Phoenix.
Jun. 5, 2015
After the Preakness Stakes last month, American Pharoah goes for the triple crown Saturday at the Belmont Stakes in New York, but will not be the only horse there with Arizona connections.
Jun. 5, 2015
Now that we’re in June, the U.S. Supreme Court is counting down to the end of its term, when justices’ decisions on some of the most contentious cases will be released.
Jun. 5, 2015
Gov. Doug Ducey outlined a proposal on Thursday that would increase the amount of money the system gets from the state land trust.
Jun. 5, 2015
The concept of "body love" sounds simple, but for many is actually very complex.
Jun. 5, 2015
A new report looks at the impact Hispanics will have on the country’s housing market over the next several years.
Jun. 5, 2015
The Arizona Science Center is working to turn part of the old Phoenix Museum of History right next door into a new state-of-the-art maker space.
Jun. 5, 2015
After World War I, entertainment venues began sprouting in cities across the country. Several right here in the Valley. One in particular is in Mesa and after 90 years it still exists.
Jun. 5, 2015
The small amount of rain in the Valley this morning has already broken records. The 0.02 inches that fell at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport is the average amount of rain for the month.
Jun. 5, 2015
The U.S. Senate has passed legislation aimed at stopping the Department of Defense spending to professional sports teams for honoring soldiers at their games.
Jun. 5, 2015

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