KJZZ News

Production of the latest in the Michael Bay robot movie franchise will shut down part of the northern stretch of Loop 303 for several days.
Jun. 10, 2016
Yarnell and Peeples Valley residents remain evacuated and U.S. Highway 89 remains closed as firefighters continue battling the wildfire that started Wednesday south of Prescott.
Jun. 10, 2016
Tenderfoot Fire
Wildfire season in Arizona has begun in earnest. The Tenderfoot Fire, close to where a destructive blaze killed 19 firefighters in 2013 near Yarnell, has been burning since Wednesday.
Jun. 10, 2016
E.Coli, Bacteria, Cluster
A Pennsylvania woman is the first person in the US to have been infected with bacteria that’s resistant to an antibiotic used as a last resort.
Jun. 10, 2016
Some asked about the legal process, while others wanted to know about justice for those profiled or hurt by a Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputy.
Jun. 10, 2016
Over the last three years, tens of thousands of unaccompanied minors have fled Central America for the U.S. At least 19 have wound up in the hands of labor traffickers.
Jun. 10, 2016
WASHINGTON – House Republicans are trying to block a Library of Congress proposal to replace the term “illegal aliens” with “noncitizens” in its subject listings, a move the GOP called an attempt to “unilaterally censor these terms.”
Jun. 9, 2016
uber
A federal judge in California is weighing a proposed settlement, in a lawsuit filed by Uber drivers against the ride-sharing start-up.
Jun. 9, 2016
Road
The Maricopa Association of Governments, or MAG, is set to vote later this month on the transportation projects to fund over the next several years.
Jun. 9, 2016
U.S. Capitol Building
Arizona’s 5th Congressional District Rep. Matt Salmon will become ASU’s vice president for government affairs in January. The editor of Inside Higher Ed explains the significance of ties between universities and the federal government.
Jun. 9, 2016
Business owners in Yuma are worried about a proposal that could put a huge dent in the community’s lemon business.
Jun. 9, 2016
casey rope
Who changes the light bulbs in the Eiffel Tower, works atop tall Las Vegas casinos and dangles over the Grand Canyon? Rope access technicians who clean, fix and maintain structures hanging from ropes like rock climbers.
Jun. 9, 2016
downtown mesa
Cities across the Valley are looking inward these days, refocusing resources and money on creating attractive downtowns. Now, Mesa city officials are hoping a deal with Arizona State University will jump start their downtown’s growth.
Jun. 9, 2016
honey danger
Listen to the sounds of Honey Danger singing at Pink Slip Open Mic at Lawn Gnome Bookstore in Phoenix.
Jun. 9, 2016
concrete girder collapsed
The worker was airlifted to a trauma center after suffering injuries from a 40-foot fall. The Surprise Fire Department said this happened after a large concrete girder collapsed on the construction site.
Jun. 9, 2016
 Tenderfoot Fire
More fire restrictions are on the horizon as fire season rages on in Arizona. This comes as crews monitor more than 20 active wildfires in the state.
Jun. 9, 2016
Firefighters continue to work to contain the Tenderfoot Fire which started Wednesday afternoon. For Yarnell’s residents and the firefighters, it’s an emotional time. And again they’re doing whatever it takes to save their town.
Jun. 9, 2016
Bernie Sanders
Tucson Congressman Raul Grijalva says Bernie Sanders earned the right by garnering nearly 45 percent of the Democratic vote this primary season.
Jun. 9, 2016
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

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