KJZZ News

Early Monsoon Storm Will Take Its Time Moving Through State
Early monsoon storm swaps out excessive heat for humidity, but lower temperatures this week. Motorists in the Valley were resigned to driving dirty cars to work, and will for a few days, as the early monsoon storm rolls in waves of alternating dust and rain.
Jul. 9, 2018
The Changing Face(s) Of America
In the 1960s, many astronauts were household names — think Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and John Glenn. But today, NASA astronauts are largely anonymous, and it’s the people funding space travel that are more well-known like Elon Musk and Jeff Bezos.
Jul. 9, 2018
BBC Look-Ahead: Boris Johnson And The NATO Summit
As London reacts to the unfolding turmoil in Prime Minister Theresa May’s government this morning, The Show turned to our colleagues at the BBC for our weekly look ahead at some of the other big international stories to watch for this week.
Jul. 9, 2018
Boas: The Danger Seeing Literature With A Purely Modern Lens
Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board of The Arizona Republic. It’s a regular segment where we talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Jul. 9, 2018
Author On Reclaiming American Resistance
The notion of resistance in the political sense has seemed to hit a Renaissance since President Trump took office.
Jul. 9, 2018
How A Vacant Phoenix Office Building Housed Separated Migrant Kids
ICE contracted with a defense contractor called MVM that housed migrant children in a vacant office building in midtown Phoenix not licensed as a child care facility, according to reporting from Reveal from The Center for Investigative Reporting.
Jul. 9, 2018
Tuscon Lagging Behind Despite Economic Recovery
By now, most of the country, including the Phoenix valley, has recovered from the Great Recession. Businesses are flocking to the our state’s capital. Tucson, however, is still lagging behind when it comes to economic recovery.
Jul. 9, 2018
U.S. Rep. Tours Child Migrant Shelter In Tucson
U.S. Representative Raul Grijalva visited the Southwest Key Programs shelter in Tucson Friday. The shelter currently houses 79 children separated from their families at the border, among other unaccompanied minors in federal custody.
Jul. 9, 2018
Don Shooter Sues Colleague For Damages
Former State Representative Don Shooter has sued a former colleague, Representative Michelle Ugenti-Rita. Howie Fischer of Capitol Media Services joined The Show to help sort this out.
Jul. 9, 2018
The Science Of When: Author On Why Timing Matters
We’ve all heard the old adage “timing is everything.” Well, Daniel Pink would agree. But he says the science of timing is something we don't pay attention to often enough.
Jul. 9, 2018
The Takeaway: Phase Two Of Thai Cave Rescue Underway
This past week, a group of 12 boys and their soccer coach have remained trapped in a cave in Thailand’s Chiang Rai province. They have been trapped in the cave for more than two weeks since.
Jul. 9, 2018
Phoenix Debuts Rainbow Crosswalks
Phoenix became the latest major city to show support of the LGBTQ community on its streets after two rainbow-painted crosswalks made their debut on Monday.
Jul. 9, 2018
The Drug Test No One Talks About
What’s the most important test in health that no one talks about? KJZZ medical commentator, Dr. Joseph Sirven, answers.
Jul. 9, 2018
Share Your Opinion On A Ballot Measure For $75
For $75, Arizonans can submit a 300-word argument for or against an upcoming ballot measure that will be published in a pamphlet that's going to be mailed to the homes of all 3.6 million registered voters ahead of the Nov. 6 general election.
Jul. 9, 2018
1-Year-Old Appears In Phoenix Immigration Court
The 1-year-old boy in a green button-up shirt drank milk from a bottle, played with a small purple ball that lit up when it hit the ground. The boy is one of hundreds of children who need to be reunited with their parents after being separated at the border.
Jul. 9, 2018
Shade Is A Key Part Of Phoenix Plan To Combat Heat-Related Illness
Heat is killing more people in the United States every year. And as temperatures rise with climate change, that’s only forecast to get worse. In Phoenix, the problem is especially pressing and the city's trying to do something about it.
Dealing With Arizona Heat: Signs And Symptoms Of Dehydration
Jul. 9, 2018
UA Study: Mexican Wolves Did Not Interbreed With Dogs
The endangered Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) has weathered challenges from near extinction to political wrangling. Now, a genetic study settles whether the wolves might have interbred with dogs.
Jul. 9, 2018
AMLO Wants Trump At His Inauguration
Andrés Manuel López Obrador or “AMLO,” Mexico’s elected president, plans to invite U.S. President Donald Trump to his inauguration. But not everyone in Mexico likes the idea.
Jul. 9, 2018
Phoenix Seniors Face Possible Relocation
On the edge of the Roosevelt Arts District sits a city-owned complex built for people 55 and older. The need for more affordable housing could lead to some low-income seniors being forced to move.
Jul. 9, 2018
SRP Reports Highest Electricity Usage So Far In 2018
If you found yourself cranking up the air conditioning last week, you weren’t the only one. Kathleen Mascareñas with SRP said last week, the electrical utility company hit its highest usage this year.
Jul. 8, 2018

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