KJZZ News

Part 4: In the last two years, more than 10,000 child migrants have faced deportation proceedings without ever finding a lawyer to help them. Thousands more children face the same fate despite government efforts to fund more free lawyers.
Jun. 9, 2016
 Tenderfoot Fire
It's terrible déjà vu for the hundreds of Yarnell residents who've been evacuated, some of whom only recently rebuilt. In June of 2013, the Yarnell Hill Fire became Arizona’s deadliest-ever wildfire, taking 19 lives and destroying 130 homes.
Jun. 9, 2016
A Minnesota-based company plans to break ground in Buckeye this summer on a 200,000-square-foot facility to make residential windows and doors.
Jun. 8, 2016
As more people move to the suburb located 35 miles west of downtown Phoenix, city leaders are touting their business- friendly philosophy. On Saturday, Buckeye will hold its second annual Small Business and Entrepreneurship Expo.
Jun. 8, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
Attorney Michele Iafrate's request comes after the judge found she violated a court order and warned he is considering referring her for criminal contempt charges.
Jun. 8, 2016
State education officials will allow a private school for special needs students to reopen after they shut it down due to safety concerns.
Jun. 8, 2016
A brush fire near Yarnell had grown to 100 acres Wednesday afternoon.
Jun. 8, 2016
proposition 123 sign
The Arizona officials responsible for managing the state’s investments must dole out the millions of dollars owed to schools from the recently-passed Proposition 123, unless a court tells them otherwise.
Jun. 8, 2016
oranges
Citrus greening disease devastated citrus crops in Florida, but hasn’t hit Arizona yet. A new quarantine means local food banks can start accepting citrus again.
Jun. 8, 2016
Phoenix VA hospital.
The Department of Veterans Affairs fired three senior officials at the Phoenix Veterans Affairs Hospital Wednesday.
Jun. 8, 2016
Monsoon clouds
A new documentary explores images from the Arizona monsoon.
Jun. 8, 2016
The book Fastpitch: The Untold Story of Softball and the Women Who Made the Game takes a deep look at the impact women had on softball
Jun. 8, 2016
Diamondbacks logo
Arizona Diamondbacks Chief Baseball Officer Tony La Russa had success with several baseball teams before he came to the state.
Jun. 8, 2016
ASU Old Main
ASU’s Public Service Academy was started as a way to develop the next generation of leaders.
Jun. 8, 2016
The Valley faces its second consecutive day with a high pollution advisory stemming from ozone levels. While it's different than particulate pollution, the sources can be similar.
Jun. 8, 2016
A discussion of the current condition of the state's Democratic Party.
Jun. 8, 2016
Christopher Simcox
An Arizona jury has convicted a founder of the Minuteman border-watch group of molesting one young girl, but it acquitted him of engaging in sexual conduct with another.
Jun. 8, 2016
Courtroom
Family court judges will soon be required to ask whether a child is Native American as part of all foster care and adoption proceedings. It’s part of a new federal rule announced Wednesday.
Jun. 8, 2016
Glendale Police Chief Debora Black
Prescott needs a new police chief and the search has reached Glendale. Glendale Police Chief Debora Black is one of two candidates who will interview this month to take the reigns in Prescott.
Jun. 8, 2016
Arizona law says that by June 1st, officials for each party must name the 11 people who will cast the electoral votes for their candidate if he or she wins the state in November. The Arizona Green Party failed to do so.
Jun. 8, 2016

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