KJZZ News

In 2004, an underdog team of four students from the Valley’s Carl Hayden High School overcame some big odds.
Jul. 9, 2014
Arizona has a long and rich cultural history when it comes to music, especially country.
Jul. 9, 2014
Will Humble, the director of Arizona’s Department of Health Services, faces a deadline to decide whether post-traumatic stress disorder will be added to the list of ailments that can be treated with medical marijuana.
Jul. 9, 2014
The Arizona State University professor who is accusing a campus police officer of racial profiling and excessive use of force in her recent arrest has changed her plea. Ersula Ore is now pleading guilty to a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest.
Jul. 9, 2014
The Coconino County Board of Supervisors and now Flagstaff’s City Council support a buffer around Walnut Canyon National Monument that protects that land from potential exchanges and development. But the council has some conditions.
Jul. 9, 2014
Residents of Nogales, Ariz. are bracing for another round of monsoon storms, and the potential pollution they could cause, after flooding breached a sewage line south of the border.
Jul. 9, 2014
A new federal lawsuit is challenging the fact that most children in deportation proceedings don’t have access to court-appointed attorneys.
Jul. 9, 2014
A bill moving through the United States Senate would ban federal officials from regulating lead bullets. That ammunition can often lead to the death of an endangered bird with a small population in the southwest.
Jul. 9, 2014
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is facing another investigation into charges he violated state election laws.
Jul. 9, 2014
The Tucson City Council has unanimously approved a memorial resolution regarding thousands of migrant children from Central America being held at shelters in Arizona.
Jul. 9, 2014
John Weynand was dressed for work – in his wetsuit – and driving a golf cart around his “office” for the day.
Jul. 9, 2014
Witnesses told a Congressional hearing Tuesday about demotions, transfers and other forms of retaliation at Veterans Administration hospitals across the country.
Jul. 8, 2014
Over the last few days rain has fallen on the Slide Fire burn area in Oak Creek Canyon and caused mudslides. So far no one has been hurt and no buildings destroyed, but many who live in the canyon are on edge.
Jul. 8, 2014
More unmarried women are having children according to a United States census report. In Arizona, more than 30 percent of women who had a baby in 2012 were in poverty.
Jul. 8, 2014
Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is suing the state’s campaign finance commission in an effort to block its investigation into charges his employees used state time to work on Horne’s re-election.
Jul. 8, 2014
The Coconino and Kaibab National Forests in northern Arizona lifted all fire restrictions at 8 a.m. Tuesday.
Jul. 8, 2014
A federal appeals court has ordered the state of Arizona to begin issuing driver’s licenses to those in the Obama Administration’s Deferred Action for Childhoods Arrivals program.
Jul. 8, 2014
Independent federal investigators are looking into whether supervisors at the Department of Veterns Affairs retaliated against employees who filed dozens of whistle-blower complaints.
Jul. 8, 2014
Two young friends in far West Texas depart on a river trip with their fathers and two older brothers. They return having learned about themselves and their environment after a flash flood and a walk across the three desert canyons.
Jul. 8, 2014
The Flagstaff City Council will decide Tuesday whether to add an additional layer of protection to land surrounding Walnut Canyon National Monument.
Jul. 8, 2014

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