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Whether or not the food you buy is genetically modified is still not clear, even after a mandatory labeling law was passed last year.
Sep. 11, 2017
Swift
It’s officially a done deal – two Phoenix-based trucking companies have become one.
Sep. 11, 2017
Flagstaff, Arizona
Flagstaff is sending a message to Congress calling for climate change action. And council members hope other Arizona cities will follow suit.
Sep. 11, 2017
Grant Woods
Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich late last week filed a lawsuit against the state Board of Regents, for “dramatically and unconstitutionally increasing the price of base tuition and mandatory fees at Arizona's public universities by more than 300 percent since 2003.” Grant Woods is a former Arizona attorney general, and he joins me.
Sep. 11, 2017
John McCain
Arizona U.S. Senator John McCain spent his first week back in Congress focused less on his health and more on nuclear weapons threat in North Korea.
Sep. 11, 2017
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One of Phoenix’s most treasured parks is getting new neighbors. A developer plans to build apartments near the South Mountain Park and Preserve.
Sep. 11, 2017
Downtown Phoenix
The City of Phoenix has started working on several improvement projects on 1st Street between McKinley and Moreland streets.
Sep. 11, 2017
Drone
The police department for the city of Maricopa is investing in a small unmanned aerial system to use in certain police situations. The drone will be ready in about two weeks.
Sep. 11, 2017
More public art, bike racks and shade are coming to downtown Phoenix and a certain group of property owners are expected to cover the costs.
Sep. 11, 2017
The Arizona Department of Health’s HIV Prevention Program wrapped up a pilot project that provided free home HIV test kits.
Sep. 11, 2017
Outside the Avondale WIC office
A program that serves tens of thousands of women in Maricopa county is taking big budget hits. The Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) supplemental nutrition program has seen its numbers drop over the past several years. There are 15 clinics in the Valley and as KJZZ’s Tiara Vian reports, WIC is closing two of them in Mesa and Avondale.
Sep. 11, 2017
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Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is suing the Board of Regents over the cost of tuition at the state’s three public universities.
Sep. 11, 2017
The number of people dying from strokes has leveled off in Arizona – after years being on the decline.
Sep. 11, 2017
People with HIV are getting treatment and living longer in Arizona, but more people are being diagnosed with the disease.
Sep. 11, 2017
Student workers and temporary employees at Northern Arizona University will soon be getting a raise. But they’ll still be making $2 below Flagstaff’s minimum wage.
Sep. 11, 2017
Grand Canyon National Park
The National Park Service will begin reducing the number of bison at the Grand Canyon National Park. Other agencies, tribes and volunteer shooters will participate in lethal culling and non-lethal capture in order to bring the herd size down to 200 bison or less.
Sep. 10, 2017
A pair of bike lanes on Tempe’s McClintock Drive praised by bikers and detested by some drivers inspired more than two years of public discussion. Tempe City Council on Thursday approved a $3.6 million compromise that restores a southbound traffic lane to a portion of the road.
Sep. 9, 2017
Wallow Fire
As of Thursday, more than 76 large fires were burning in nine Western states, according to the interagency fire center. That means thousands of people are fighting those fires and some of the personnel is from Arizona.
Sep. 8, 2017
Phoenix Fire Department
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott is limiting the help people in his state will receive from their southern neighbor. Mexico had offered assistance in Hurricane Harvey relief similar to what it did a decade ago with Katrina: pledging boats, helicopters and medical teams.
Sep. 8, 2017
Maricopa County Medical Examiner's Office
Across the country, medical examiner’s offices are facing a shortage of forensic pathologists. The Maricopa County Office of the Medical Examiner came up with one solution to this shortage— one they believe has not been tried before anywhere else. They’re going to help medical examiners pay off their student loans.
Sep. 8, 2017

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