KJZZ News

The Supreme Court ruling affirming same-sex marriage across the country will have some far-reaching impacts, and one of them involves health insurance.
Jul. 6, 2015
Young immigrants who were brought here illegally as children and qualify for an Obama administration program are criticizing the state’s decision to appeal two recent court rulings granting them rights.
Jul. 5, 2015
A recent change to Yuma’s Lettuce Days exposes thousands of visitors to ongoing research at a university farm and has now been recognized with a statewide tourism award.
Jul. 3, 2015
Arizona is experiencing more rain than usual this summer, the same cannot be said for the Northwest. And the reason is El Niño, an irregularly occurring weather pattern that increases water temperatures in the central pacific.
Jul. 3, 2015
Specialty license plates have proven to be very popular in Arizona. And with House Bill 2252 taking effect, there’s another specialty plate.
Jul. 3, 2015
The self-proclaimed Islamic State has attracted additional followers, in part through a strong commitment to social media and having its messages go viral.
Jul. 3, 2015
The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team takes on Japan Sunday in the Women’s World Cup final.
Jul. 3, 2015
The Pima County Public Library has gotten a $70,000 grant from the state to create more media programs for teens.
Jul. 3, 2015
It is recognized as the largest privately owned art gallery of its type in the country. It has thousands of original works, and it’s located right here in the valley.
Jul. 3, 2015
Today is the day most of the bills passed by the legislature and signed by the governor during this year’s session take effect.
Jul. 3, 2015
A plane powered by the sun's rays landed in Hawaii Friday after a record-breaking five-day journey across the Pacific Ocean from Japan.
Jul. 3, 2015
For the first time in years, the city of Kingman will not be setting off Independence Day fireworks.
Jul. 3, 2015
NASCAR, one of America’s most popular sports, is asking their fans not to bring Confederate flags to the racetrack.
Jul. 3, 2015
Authorities said 34-year-old Carlos Nieto even stopped his vehicle, put it into reverse and rammed a patrol vehicle before trying to run away.
Jul. 3, 2015
Undocumented immigrants have been climbing the international border fence for years, many with the help of smugglers who set up ladders. A shelter in Mexico and the Mexican consulate say recently there has been an increase in serious injuries along the fence.
Jul. 3, 2015
U.S. District Court Judge Steven Logan has rejected a plea by the Arizona Attorney General's Office that Logan continue to handle the lawsuit filed against the governor and others by the tribe. Instead, Logan sent the case to Judge David Campbell.
Jul. 3, 2015
Wildlife officials are reporting a 25 percent increase in the lesser prairie chicken population. This is the second year the threatened animal’s numbers have shown signs of improvement.
Jul. 3, 2015
Phoenix Loves Sci-Fi… that's the name of a film screening event that makes its debut Thursday. It’ll include short science-fiction films produced in Phoenix over the past year.
Jul. 2, 2015
Phoenix voters will decide this summer whether to extend the city’s current four-tenths of a cent transit sales tax and increase it to seven-tenths of a cent over 35 years.
Jul. 2, 2015
Driving around the Valley over the past several days, you may have seen some tents with banners flapping in parking lots. They tend to pop up around July Fourth and New Year’s.
Jul. 2, 2015

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