KJZZ News

Sheriff Joe Arpaio
We wrapped up 2016 with a panel of writers discussing the impact of Donald Trump’s victory in November’s election, why so many of us feel connected to movie and music stars, and what Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s loss may mean for Maricopa County heading into 2017.
Dec. 28, 2016
herb alpert
Legendary trumpet player Herb Alpert has been a hit-maker for more than five decades. He still spends a lot ... time with music and has also been a longtime sculptor. Alpert spoke about art, fame and the fun he’s had over the years.
Dec. 28, 2016
Addario
Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Lynsey Addario has been on the ground in many dangerous places documenting stories through her camera lens.
Dec. 28, 2016
Jupiter in December 2016
A Tucson-based planetary scientist wants the public's help in deciding where the Juno spacecraft's camera should be pointed on its next pass over Jupiter.
Dec. 28, 2016
Colorado River
Arizona’s top water official says a new Colorado River agreement with Mexico could be close.
Dec. 28, 2016
Colorado River
Southwest states will not reach a new agreement to avert major cutbacks in Colorado River water before the Trump administration takes over.
Dec. 28, 2016
Arizona Court of Appeals logo
Five child welfare workers fired in the wake of a scandal about uninvestigated abuse complaints won’t be rehired.
Dec. 28, 2016
A small rock slide near Prescott is stalling traffic. The Arizona Department of Transportation reports the rubble has spilled onto State Route 89 south of Prescott.
Dec. 28, 2016
Genome Research journal cover
Researchers at Arizona State University have finished the largest-ever survey of microRNA, the puzzling little cousins of RNA that help regulate gene expression. The study could help clarify how microRNAs affect health and disease.
Dec. 28, 2016
arizona storytellers
Calvin Worthen shares a story about having a serious asthma attack in the middle of winter as a child.
Dec. 28, 2016
The United States Attorney’s office in Chicago has reached a deal with a Scottsdale-based company that operates red light and speeding cameras, whose former chief executive was convicted in a decades-long bribery scheme.
Dec. 28, 2016
For the first time in a decade, more people moved to Arizona and Florida than any other state, according to a survey by Allied Van Lines.
Dec. 28, 2016
walking
This year has been a really tough for many people. So as 2106 draws to a close, we wanted to take a minute to celebrate a few things we loved from this year, in a series called “My Favorite Things.”
Dec. 27, 2016
cyberattacks graphic
Across the country, there are about 350,000 open cyber security jobs that need people to fill them.
Dec. 27, 2016
mormonwikileaks.com page
Religious secrets can have a very broad definition, and every religion has them. Some are related to its creation — others to things more difficult to describe.
Dec. 27, 2016
Recently, the ASU Libraries acquired three dozen books that had been owned by Phoenix businessman Robert A. Lawler.
Dec. 27, 2016
Textbooks, school, education
About 180,000 students currently attend charter schools in Arizona. That’s an increase of 8,000 students in the last year.
Dec. 27, 2016
dance instructor teaching class
In a recent dance workshop in Phoenix, most of the dancers’ feet never even touched the ground.
Dec. 27, 2016
Navajo Nation members who receive financial assistance have now gone two months without their General Assistance checks.
Dec. 27, 2016
golf ball
It may be a good walk spoiled, but golf brings in a lot of money to the state.
Dec. 27, 2016

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