KJZZ News

The U.S. Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling that a state law that denying bail to some undocumented defendants is unconstitutional.
Jun. 1, 2015
The National Weather Service reports that Phoenix last month recorded 1.17 inches of precipitation, compared with just .11 inch normally for May.
Jun. 1, 2015
A Paris auction house is starting a sale of about a dozen Hopi artifacts that tribal leaders and U.S. government officials have sought to prevent. They argue the objects are sacred.
Jun. 1, 2015
The state agency that oversees builders in Arizona is retrenching. The Registrar of Contractors has announced that it is closing offices in several outlying parts of the state.
Jun. 1, 2015
A former NBA All-Star has been arrested in Scottsdale on allegations he ran a massive online fraud scheme using credit cards of people from across the country.
Jun. 1, 2015
It isn't clear yet if a new permit program for rim-to-rim hikes at the Grand Canyon is proving successful, park officials said Sunday.
Jun. 1, 2015
Salty soil is a common problem for farmers in the arid West -- and it only gets worse during a drought when there's not enough water to flush the salts out. In New Mexico one crop that's suffering is the state's beloved chile pepper.
Jun. 1, 2015
Hikers hoping to summit Humphrey's Peak in Northern Arizona this summer will be seeing a new group of volunteers at the trailhead. It's part of a pilot project the Forest Service is trying to reduce the number of search and rescues needed on the trail.
Jun. 1, 2015
More than 500 people were loud but non-violent as they gathered at the Islamic Community Center of Phoenix for demonstrations Friday.
May. 29, 2015
Chandler is trying to hold parents hosting underage drinking parties liable. The civil ordinance got first approval Thursday night.
May. 29, 2015
The Hopi Tribe has lost another overseas battle over sacred ceremonial items. French government officials have turned down the Hopi Tribe’s latest request to stop Monday’s sale. It’s the sixth such legal challenge the tribe has lost in the past three years.
May. 29, 2015
Across the country, food is being thrown away constantly — about a half pound per person, per day. Tucson recently started a citywide composting program, the first in the state, to combat food waste.
May. 29, 2015
California's four-year drought has raised a number of questions about water scarcity and the capacity for agriculture in the Southwest. But many people are also concerned about what role the drought will play economically.
May. 29, 2015
If you've ever stood around your office watercooler with your co-workers and found yourself talking about a story you heard on KJZZ, now is your chance to show us — and win.
May. 29, 2015
Amazon's new same-day delivery service in Phoenix and 13 other markets makes online shopping faster than ever, but experts say only time will tell whether it's worth the financial risk.
May. 29, 2015
The battle over preserving the David and Gladys Wright House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix has caused a lot of division among neighbors.
May. 29, 2015
Scottsdale voters could head to the polls in November to vote on a nearly $100-million civic improvements bond.
May. 29, 2015
The Valley is home to several airports that date back to WWII. One is still in service today.
May. 29, 2015
Be careful if you’re driving around downtown Phoenix over the next couple of days. Superheroes, anime characters and zombies may be crossing the street heading for Phoenix Comicon.
May. 29, 2015
We asked ESPN NBA Front Office insider Amin Elhassan about the impact of the former Suns personnel.
May. 29, 2015

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