KJZZ News

BBC Look-Ahead: Zimbabwe
Zimbabweans are headed to the polls today in a presidential election, and for the first time since 1980, Robert Mugabe is not on the ballot.
Jul. 30, 2018
Boas On Political Endorsements
Now we’re going to check in with the Editorial Board of The Arizona Republic. It’s a regular segment where we talk about the big issues facing the state and the region — featured in the newspaper’s Viewpoints section.
Jul. 30, 2018
March For Our Lives AZ Galvanizing Young Voters Ahead Of Midterms
Almost 80 percent of Americans ages 15 to 34 say leaders from their generation would do a better job running the country than the age group largely in power today.
Jul. 30, 2018
Learning History Through Art And Music
History is taught in countless ways — but the most common methodology tends to be via momentous events like wars, natural disasters, and political leadership changes. But what about art and music?
Jul. 30, 2018
ProPublica: Migrant Youth Shelters A
As the government continues to reunite immigrant families who were separated at the border by the Trump administration, new reporting has uncovered evidence that points to widespread abuse.
Jul. 30, 2018
Arizona Elections 2018: Tracy Livingston
As we head toward Arizona’s August primary elections, KJZZ's The Show is inviting the candidates in contested races to talk about why they’re running and some of the key issues in their contests.
Jul. 30, 2018
Several Northern CA Fires Force Evacuations
Six people are dead as a result of the powerful Carr Fire in Northern California, and seven people are still missing.
Jul. 30, 2018
The Takeaway: What Is Facebook
With the midterm elections coming up, Facebook is trying to step up its security and privacy measures to prevent Russian hacking and interference on its platform. An investor call with lackluster raised serious concerns about whether Facebook is prepared to handle hacking and foreign interference in elections.
Jul. 30, 2018
Arizona Teachers Anticipate Bigger Paychecks This Year
Arizona teachers across the state are getting bigger paychecks when they go back to school this year. The raises promised by Gov. Doug Ducey in the face of increasing pressure from the #RedForEd movement have re-invigorated two generations of educators in one Tempe family.
Jul. 30, 2018
AZ Unemployment Law Questioned
Federal labor officials are raising legal questions about a new Arizona law designed to force people, who are collecting unemployment insurance, back to work.
Jul. 30, 2018
Most Revenue Ever During AZ
Legislative budget analysts report that Arizona's main budget account recorded the most annual revenue ever during the fiscal year that ended just under a month ago.
Jul. 30, 2018
Monday Is Deadline To Register To Vote
Monday is the deadline to register to vote for primary elections next month.
Jul. 29, 2018
Judge Dismisses Hickmans
Hickmans asked for the court to decide if they are or are not a nuisance, legally, to stop future lawsuits. At oral arguments earlier this month, Judge Janice Crawford took action on several pre-trial proceedings on a case locals have brought against the Hickmans egg ranch.
Jul. 29, 2018
NGS Plant May Not Close If Energy Act Passes
Arizona Public Service has repeatedly claimed that the Palo Verde nuclear plant would be forced to close if the clean energy for a healthy Arizona ballot measure passes. A new legal analysis shows otherwise.
Jul. 28, 2018
Acres Burned By Wildfires In Arizona Significantly Lower This Year
Arizona’s fire season has been mild this year, according to the Department of Forestry and Fire Management. The number of acres burned this year is significantly lower compared to 2017.
Jul. 28, 2018
University of Arizona Sanctions Kappa Sigma Fraternity For Conduct Violations
University of Arizona officials have withdrawn recognition of the Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter. This is due to multiple violations of the Arizona Board of Regents Student Code of Conduct.
Jul. 28, 2018
Ducey Declares State Of Emergency In N. Arizona After Floods
Ducey’s office says $200,000 of emergency funds will be used toward recovery efforts. Monsoon storms from July 14 through July 18 brought unusually heavy rain in northern Arizona.
Jul. 27, 2018
EPA Wants Gold King Mine Spill Lawsuit Tossed
The Environmental Protection Agency wants a federal court to toss a lawsuit over a 2015 mine spill that polluted waterways in several states and infamously turned the Animas River orange.
Jul. 27, 2018
E-commerce Taking Up More Industrial Space
E-commerce is taking up more space across the Valley.
Jul. 27, 2018
Seafood Ban Aims To Protect Porpoises
A U.S. trade court judge ruled Thursday that the Trump administration must ban Mexican seafood that was caught in gill nets in areas where the nets can harm the endangered vaquita porpoise.
Jul. 27, 2018

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