KJZZ News

Wednesday's SB 1070 opposition protest.
Delayed comprehensive immigration reform helped built a confusing patchwork of laws. The new book "Policing Immigrants: Local Law Enforcement on the Front Lines" explores the issue.
Jun. 29, 2016
Rep. Ruben Gallego, who represents Arizona’s 7th Congressional District, catches up with KJZZ's Here and Now on gun legislation and voting rights.
Jun. 29, 2016
Cancer MoonShot 2020 logo
The Cancer Moonshot Initiative seeks to put max focus, effort and funding toward finding a cure for cancer. Researchers, community leaders and patients will meet in Washington, D.C. and Arizona Wednesday.
Jun. 29, 2016
A storm approaches
Some parts of the Valley have already been hit with thunder and lightning and even a dose of rain in this early part of the monsoon season. What should we expect next?
Jun. 29, 2016
Wads of used toilet paper
A federal judge earlier this week compelled the U.S. Homeland Security Department to release images of its Border Patrol holding cells in the agency’s Tucson Sector. The holding cells have long been referred to as hieleras, or ice boxes, because of the freezing temperatures inside.
Jun. 29, 2016
eggs
A year ago shoppers from the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation found the average cost of whole milk was nearly $3 a gallon, while eggs topped $3.20 per dozen.
Jun. 29, 2016
Scientists have found the remains of the meteor that fell over Northern Arizona earlier this month.
Jun. 29, 2016
NASA's Juno mission
University of Arizona planetary sciences professor William Hubbard is among the scientists who are eager to discover what lies beneath the gaseous giant's cloud layers.
Jun. 29, 2016
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The state Investment Board has voted to sell off holdings to meet the financial obligations mandated by the ballot measure passed in May.
Jun. 29, 2016
An unincorporated community in New Mexico is struggling to improve dirt roads in a residential neighborhood that was irresponsibly developed decades ago.
Jun. 29, 2016
The annual campaign around the 4th of July is designed to highlight the economic impact of locally-owned, independent businesses.
Jun. 29, 2016
It will offer recommendations to county recorders and the Secretary of State’s Office about how to make the state’s elections run more smoothly.
Jun. 29, 2016
The funeral service industry is becoming more diverse. Among the most significant shifts? More women are entering this once male-dominated field.
Jun. 29, 2016
rain clouds
The Cedar Creek Fire burning near Pinetop- Lake Side is now 75 percent contained.
Jun. 28, 2016
movie theater
Arizona’s film industry is not what it once was, but Sun Studios of Arizona is trying to bring some of the lights, camera and media action back to the state.
Jun. 28, 2016
Loretta Lynch
U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch was in Phoenix Tuesday to recognize the Phoenix Police Department as a model agency for officer training.
Jun. 28, 2016
As the Valley continues to grow, making sure we have a reliable water supply becomes more and more important.That supply is threatened by wildfires and a coalition of groups including the Salt River Project, U.S. Forest Service and Payson is working to protect it.
Jun. 28, 2016
Tohono O'odham casino
It's the first of a 20-year, $26 million settlement after Glendale dropped its opposition to the West Valley casino in 2014.
Jun. 28, 2016
Solar panels
Swiss-based ABB Group will move operations from its facility near Sky Harbor Airport to Latvia and Italy by the end of November.
Jun. 28, 2016
Desert near Escalante, Utah
But what does this have to do with public land?
Jun. 28, 2016

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