KJZZ News

james taxidermy
Once confined behind the glass of a museum or curiosity shop, taxidermy is evolving as an interactive art form.
Mar. 8, 2016
childsplay theatre
When David Saar founded Childsplay Theatre in the Valley nearly four decades ago, the effort and the productions were definitely modest.
Mar. 8, 2016
brain
The military is working on something called “implantable neural interfaces.” This is essentially a way to tap into the brain.
Mar. 8, 2016
Food Stamps
Arizona has some of the strictest rules in place for public benefits - things like food stamps and cash assistance for needy families.
Mar. 8, 2016
AzMERIT asessment report
Arizona lawmakers have sent Governor Doug Ducey a bill that would require the Arizona Board of Education to develop a menu of options from which districts could choose alternatives to the AZ Merit test.
Mar. 8, 2016
A federal jury decided yesterday that two polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah border discriminated against residents who were not members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Mar. 8, 2016
Victor Cazares Gastelum
Victor Cazares Gastelum faces conspiracy and money laundering charges in San Diego. Mexico extradited Cazares late last week, four years after his arrest.
Mar. 8, 2016
colombia baseball
Major League Baseball’s offseason is “go time” for young players at MLB’s baseball academies in places like the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and Venezuela.
Mar. 8, 2016
Scottsdale Arts District
The Scottsdale Tourism Development Commission vetoed a plan that would have given a group of gallery owners what some call "veto power" over certain special events.
Mar. 8, 2016
bald eagle in a nest
It’s breeding season for bald eagles in the Prescott National Forest. And just like the rest of us, the national birds would appreciate a little privacy.
Mar. 8, 2016
Mesa logo
On Saturday, Mesa released a trove of data, as part of its membership in the What Works Cities program.
Mar. 8, 2016
FBI video
The FBI agents involved in the traffic stop that led to the killing of an Arizona rancher in Oregon are under investigation.
Mar. 8, 2016
Ann Weaver Hart has accepted a position on the board of Devry Education Group, while the for-profit college company is being sued by the Federal Trade Commission.
Mar. 8, 2016
Traditional veterinary medicine for large food animals in rural Arizona has all but vanished, leaving the state’s livestock industry increasingly vulnerable to disease and even death.
Mar. 8, 2016
A federal jury determined two polygamous towns on the Arizona-Utah border discriminated against residents who weren’t part of the dominant faith, the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints.
Mar. 8, 2016
scienc test cover
It's standardized testing time again in Arizona. Here's a look at what to expect from the AIMS Science test being given to students this spring.
Mar. 8, 2016
Andy Tobin
Lawmakers agreed to alter state law so the newest member of the Arizona Corporation Commission can vote on pending electric rate cases.
Mar. 8, 2016
AzMERIT asessment report
The state Senate voted against a measure to allow parents to opt out their children from statewide standardized testing.
Mar. 8, 2016
What happens to the vast majority of young players who will never get signed to a pro contract from baseball academies across Latin America? In Colombia, many aspire to get a good education.
Mar. 8, 2016
Bureau Of Indian Affairs logo
The U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs is partnering with the Pascua Yaqui tribe in southern Arizona this week to administer training for tribes working to strengthen their foster care programs. The session will focus on how tribal court systems handle child welfare cases.
Mar. 8, 2016

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