KJZZ News

An auction house in Paris is scheduled to sell another set of Hopi artifacts today. It’s the second sale of its kind this month.
Jun. 10, 2015
An autopsy confirmed that a man whose SUV collided with an oncoming car in the tourist community of Sedona, killing two people, had fatally shot himself before the crash, authorities said Tuesday.
Jun. 10, 2015
A state-run website is down following a cyber-attack from hackers claiming to be the Middle East Cyber Army.
Jun. 10, 2015
Arizona's Medicaid program has cancelled a planned 5 percent cut to hospitals, doctors and other medical professionals after they objected and costs came in lower than expected.
Jun. 10, 2015
A federal judge will hold a June 23 hearing to consider blocking implementation of a recently passed Arizona law that would require doctors to tell women they can reverse the effects of a drug-induced abortion.
Jun. 10, 2015
Sheriff Joe Arpaio celebrated 22.5 years in office on Tuesday. Sheriff Cal Boies who served until 1968 was previously the longest-serving sheriff.
Jun. 9, 2015
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday in favor of stricter regulation aimed at abortion clinics in Texas. The decision was in response to a legal challenge by groups who argue the new rules are unconstitutional.
Jun. 9, 2015
The West has had a wet spring, but that hasn’t tamped down fire danger.
Jun. 9, 2015
A California-based recycling company is trying a new tactic to stop aluminum cans from Arizona ending up California.
Jun. 9, 2015
Tesla Motors has secured approval to do more than $15 million of new construction at the industrial park east of Reno where it's building its $5 billion gigafactory.
Jun. 9, 2015
Gov. Doug Ducey said Arizona needs to be wary and defend its water supplies as the historic drought on the Colorado River continues.
Jun. 9, 2015
Advocates are asking the Arizona Legislature to reconsider spending nearly $50 million for a private prison expansion plan. Earlier this year, lawmakers allocated the money to accommodate 2,000 new medium security prisoners.
Jun. 9, 2015
The lawsuit filed Monday is aimed at forcing the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to publish a plan that includes guidelines for when the wolves can be removed from the endangered species list.
Jun. 9, 2015
Customs officials in the border town of Douglas arrested a 17-year-old boy after finding his bicycle's tires stuffed with more than three pounds of marijuana.
Jun. 9, 2015
This year’s spring rains and snow have eased New Mexico’s drought and made it less likely that we’ll see huge, damaging wildfires this season. But in the big picture, fire ecologists say it’s not a matter of if there will be fire, it’s when. They're trying to use flames now to protect watersheds for years to come.
Jun. 9, 2015
The Arizona Diamondbacks selected Vanderbilt slugger Dansby Swanson with the No. 1 pick Monday night, setting off a history-making run at the position.
Jun. 9, 2015
The National Park Service said a visitor spotted suspicious pipes underwater on Sunday afternoon south of Katherine Landing on the Arizona side of the lake.
Jun. 9, 2015
In a $400 million deal, Maryland-based Host Hotels and Resorts has acquired the Phoenician, which was built in 1988. The 643-room resort is set on 300 acres at the base of Camelback Mountain in Scottsdale.
Jun. 9, 2015
Plague is rare in Arizona, but can be deadly. So, Grand Canyon National Park has partnered with Coconino County to monitor for the disease.
Jun. 9, 2015
Melanoma rates have doubled across the nation in the past three decades, according to the Center for Disease Control.
Jun. 9, 2015

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