KJZZ News

Arizona State Senate building
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit brought by a local activist against former Senate president Russell Pearce. Immigrant rights advocate Sal Reza sued Pearce four years ago for banning him from the state senate building.
Aug. 18, 2015
The Rattlesnake Fire has burned about 3,200 acres about 60 miles north of Phoenix and no structures are threatened by the lightning-caused blaze, according to an official with the U.S. Forest Service.
Aug. 18, 2015
Karina Bland
As school starts up again, parents are ready to support their children through bullying. But essayist Karina Bland wonders at what point they should step in.
Aug. 18, 2015
minimum wage
Arizona is often considered a place with a low cost of living, but the Pew Research Center decided to look at where a dollar stretches the most and least.
Aug. 18, 2015
Russ Kazmierczak Jr.
August is often considered a slow month for news in Arizona, but a Valley-based cartoonist has accepted the challenge of finding a daily story.
Aug. 18, 2015
The National Labor Relations Board yesterday declined to take up the issue of whether football players at Northwestern University can unionize.
Aug. 18, 2015
intravenous drug pump
We’re all aware that our business and social lives can be hijacked electronically — but did you know human medical devices susceptible to remote tampering?
Aug. 18, 2015
solar installation cover
The Arizona Corporation Commission today is hearing arguments from Arizona Public Service to raise the fee for the utility’s new solar customers.
Aug. 18, 2015
Lake Powell
After examining water quality samples locally and from up river states following the Gold King Mine spill, officials do not expect mine contaminants to greatly impact Arizona water.
Aug. 18, 2015
Lauren Kuby is the city councilwoman proposing the plan. She said after a similar ban in Phoenix was upheld in court, it was time for Tempe to pass a similar ordinance.
Aug. 18, 2015
Greg McKay
The director of the Department of Child Safety will update Arizona legislators on the agency’s progress Wednesday morning.
Aug. 18, 2015
Going to the gym can be a slog, even for the fittest among us. But for our canine companions, when Arizona’s summer heat is most punishing, an inside work-out space can be a great alternative.
Aug. 18, 2015
City of Phoenix logo
The money comes from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and will be used for a new well, designed for long-term water storage.
Aug. 18, 2015
casino
The Tohono O’odham Nation wants a federal judge to rule on whether Gov. Doug Ducey and Attorney Mark Brnovich were active participants in an effort to block the opening of their casino near Glendale.
Aug. 18, 2015
Camelback Family Planning
Arizona abortion providers must now tell the state what happens to tissue from abortions in an effort to ensure nothing is being illegally sold.
Aug. 18, 2015
A new survey finds statewide consumer confidence at the highest level since 2007, except in Pima County.
Aug. 18, 2015
LiveSafe app interface
As Arizona State University students get ready to start class Thursday, school officials are urging them to stay safe.
Aug. 18, 2015
A highway north of the Grand Canyon is still reduced to one lane more than a week after heavy rain left it swamped with mud and boulders.
Aug. 17, 2015
Lightning over Prescott National Forest
The 500-acre Rattlesnake Fire is burning in a remote area and does not threaten any structures or communication lines, according to an official with the Prescott National Forest.
Aug. 17, 2015
Irving Shaggy
The chemical spill into Colorado’s Animas River has made its way downstream and is now affecting the Navajo Nation. The Navajo Farming Authority has shut off public water intakes and irrigation canals. And that leaves hundreds of Navajo farmers driving long distances to water their crops.
Aug. 17, 2015

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