KJZZ News

Editorial cartoonists typically take aim at the most important issues we’re facing, whether it’s political division or human tragedy or natural disasters.
Sep. 18, 2017
At the height of the Great Recession, banks were foreclosing on Valley homeowners at record rates. But, today, years later, it’s homeowners associations that are foreclosing on more and more homeowners. It’s becoming more and more common today, according to a new investigation from Catherine Reagor and Jessica Boehm in the Arizona Republic.
Sep. 18, 2017
Since April, when President Trump ordered a review of national monuments created since 1996 to end “egregious use of government power,” observers have been waiting for news on how Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke would approach these federal lands. Juliet Eilperin, senior national affairs correspondent at the Washington Post, obtained a copy of Zinke’s memo.
Sep. 18, 2017
The Pulse: How A Hormone Affects The Way Men Think About Money
New research shows how testosterone can affect financial markets.
Sep. 18, 2017
The Takeaway: Concerns Of Russian Meddling As Germany Prepares To Vote
On September 24th, voters in Germany will head to the polls for federal elections. The election takes place after the U.S. intelligence community concluded that Russia interfered in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. There have also been plenty of concerns about Russian meddling in Germany’s big vote, and its efforts to try and destabilize Europe and the European Union.
Sep. 18, 2017
The Takeaway: What To Expect From The U.N. General Assembly
The United Nations General Assembly is holding its annual meeting in New York this week, and there is already a great deal of attention on President Donald Trump, who will address the group of world leaders for the first time on Tuesday.
Sep. 18, 2017
Opening arguments begin Monday in the trial of former Phoenix Suns basketball players Marcus and Markieff Morris.
Sep. 18, 2017
Senator Jeff Flake continued to speak openly about his worries with the White House administration.
Sep. 18, 2017
The American Society of Civil Engineers has given America’s roads a D rating. But a recent study shows that trying to raise that grade without accounting for climate change could put the country’s roadways at risk.
Sep. 18, 2017
Phoenix is looking for companies to help keep clothing, shoes and other textiles out of the landfill.
Sep. 18, 2017
The recently opened ramps in the interchange at Bell Road and Grand Avenue are closing for a week starting early Monday.
Sep. 18, 2017
One concern is how Equifax continues to market fee-based credit monitoring services to affected consumers.
Sep. 18, 2017
As final designs are being drawn for the light-rail extension into south Phoenix, changes are also being proposed for downtown.
Sep. 18, 2017
A judge said Glendale’s 2012 agreement with the recycling facility did not require the city to alter the waste it sent the company.
Sep. 18, 2017
The Indian Health Service has set agency standards for patient wait times.
Sep. 18, 2017
HUD Awards $8.3 Million To Arizona Tribes
The federal government awarded more than $8 million to Arizona tribes on Sept. 14 to improve housing conditions and to stimulate economic development.
Sep. 17, 2017
The Trump administration is moving to expand hunting, fishing and target shooting at as many U.S. national monuments as possible, under a plan signed Friday by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
Sep. 16, 2017
A new lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation aims to protect the electronic devices of travelers returning to the U.S.
Sep. 16, 2017
Arizona researchers are meeting with the public Saturday to discuss strategies for dealing with extreme weather such as heat and drought.
Sep. 15, 2017
A federal appeals court ruled Friday that Tucson police officers are entitled to immunity in a 2014 shooting death.
Sep. 15, 2017

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