KJZZ News

The man accused of beating a Phoenix priest with a metal rod and fatally shooting another has had his arraignment delayed.
Jul. 3, 2014
Since 1985, more than 63,000 refugees have resettled to Arizona. Nearly 1,000 of those refugees are from the African country of Burundi.
Jul. 3, 2014
A city review board has concluded the Tucson police response to a large crowd following the U of A basketball loss in the NCAA tournament last March was generally proper.
Jul. 3, 2014
For the first time in more than 30 years, it appears Arizonans will face no voter-proposed laws on the November ballot.
Jul. 3, 2014
Gov. Jan Brewer is building funds to help determine who controls the state Legislature, and possibly who succeeds her as governor.
Jul. 3, 2014
The Arizona Department of Transportation is coping with computer problems that are causing real trouble for motorists needing to do business the Motor Vehicle Division.
Jul. 3, 2014
A lawsuit between a local home builder association and the city of Surprise could get uglier this summer when it goes before the Arizona Court of Appeals. The conflict is over the issue of impact fees.
Jul. 2, 2014
The Arizona Heritage Fund is ready to dole out more than $400,000 for wildlife protection programs. Lawmakers tried to raid the fund’s coffers during the recession, but they ended up taking money away from other state programs that preserve wilderness areas.
Jul. 2, 2014
The First Lady of Guatemala is in Southern Arizona to see how the region is handling the surge of unaccompanied child migrants, many of them from her home country. One of her stops today was a Border Patrol facility for kids in Nogales.
Jul. 2, 2014
The officer who arrested Arizona State University professor Ersula Ore for jaywalking has been placed on administrative leave.
Jul. 2, 2014
The Native American Basketball Invitational kicked off on Wednesday in Phoenix. More than 120 tribal high school teams will be represented in the four-day tournament.
Jul. 2, 2014
The Phoenix City Council has created an advisory board that will offer suggestions on how to make its streets more friendly for a variety of uses. But while that plan is moving forward, another project to improve bike safety and ridership levels is stalled.
Jul. 2, 2014
The cost of food is going up and higher meat costs are leading the way. The Arizona Farm Bureau Federation puts the cost of a typical market basket of 16 items at $52.64, nearly 10 percent more than at this time last year
Jul. 2, 2014
While afternoon temperatures in the Valley have been hovering around 109 the past few days, Tucson has just recorded its third-hottest June ever.
Jul. 2, 2014
Arizona could see some more thunderstorms this week, especially in the northern and southern sections of the state.
Jul. 2, 2014
Valley residents are still stinging after yesterday’s 2-1 extra time loss to Belgium, but remain proud of the accomplishments of the United States team.
Jul. 2, 2014
The conflict between an assistant professor of English at Arizona State University and a campus police officer in Tempe has gone viral.
Jul. 2, 2014
Investigations that are focused on Attorney General Tom Horne are nothing new.
Jul. 2, 2014
Arizonans will have the opportunity to vote on a “Right To Try” ballot initiative in the fall.
Jul. 2, 2014
Election season is picking up in a dramatic way—with campaign finance reports coming in and candidates complaining about how their opponents are portraying them.
Jul. 2, 2014

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