KJZZ News

Program Offering Services To Suspected Sex Workers Faces Backlash
Two weeks ago, we told you about a sex worker rights activist who is fighting prostitution-related charges. April 11, 2014, she faces trial.
Apr. 11, 2014
Phoenix Police Department Developes Matrix To Track Officer Involved Shooting Data
The Phoenix Police Department said it will soon be easier to obtain data about officer involved shootings thanks to a new matrix system being developed.
Apr. 11, 2014
Filmmaker Explores Contemporary Native American Life
Like most indie filmmakers, Flagstaff’s Travis Holt Hamilton makes movies from a different perspective than Hollywood.
Apr. 11, 2014
Valley Leaders Look At Sex Trafficking From The Traffickers Perspective
In 2012, nearly 300 people were arrested for prostitution in Phoenix.
Apr. 10, 2014
One Step Left In The Allowing Of Warantless Abortion Clinic Inspections
A party-line vote in the state legislature leaves just one hurdle for a bill that would allow warrantless inspections of abortion clinics.
Apr. 10, 2014
DPS Launches Distracted Driving Campaign
The Department of Public Safety is conducting a statewide campaign, aimed at curbing distracted driving.
Apr. 10, 2014
Yellow-Billed CuArizona Yellow-Billed Cuckoo Could Be Listed As Threatened Bird Species
A bird native to Arizona and other western states could be listed as a threatened species by the federal government.
Apr. 10, 2014
Brewer Studies Budget Proposal, Must Act By Monday
Gov. Jan Brewer is continuing to study the budget sent to her this week by Arizona lawmakers.
Apr. 10, 2014
Workplace Safety Battle Brewing At Arizona Capitol
A fight over workplace safety precautions is at the heart of the latest battle between Arizona and the U.S. government.
Apr. 10, 2014
RealtyTrac: Arizona Foreclosure Filings Down In 2014
The latest foreclosure numbers, released Thursday morning by RealtyTrac, show Arizona had 6,700 properties with a foreclosure filing in the first quarter of this year.
Apr. 10, 2014
Fish FedEx
State wildlife officials are stocking Roosevelt Lake with fish they’re bringing in from Florida.
Apr. 10, 2014
New Mexico Farmers Find Opportunities In Local Food Movement
An ancient irrigation system in northern New Mexico may help mitigate the effects of climate change. But the small farmers who run the system often struggle to get by.
Apr. 10, 2014
Phoenix Ranks Third For Solar Panel Installations
Phoenix is third in the country for solar panel installations.
Apr. 10, 2014
Budget Woes Prevent City From Hiring New Police Officers
The hiring of police officers in the Valley and around the state slowed during the Great Recession.
Apr. 9, 2014
Arizona To Host The 2015 Pro Bowl
The NFL said Arizona will host the 2015 Pro Bowl a week before the Super Bowl next year.
Apr. 9, 2014
Case Of Measles Confirmed In Maricopa County
The Maricopa County Department of Public Health is warning about the possibility of a measles outbreak after a person infected with the disease visited the Valley.
Apr. 9, 2014
New Phoenix New Times Music Editor Takes Over
How intense is the local music scene in the Valley?
Apr. 9, 2014
Second Stage Of Arizona Biosciences Roadmap Launched
In 2002, Arizona’s first biosciences roadmap was launched.
Apr. 9, 2014
What Above Normal Temperatures Now Can Mean For This Summer
Our February and March temperatures were above normal most afternoons.
Apr. 9, 2014
The Difficulties Of Diagnosing Valley Fever
Valley fever can be difficult to diagnose.
Apr. 9, 2014

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