KJZZ News

With the proposals the Trump administration specified earlier this year, it aims to cut legal immigration by nearly half a million people, or close to 45 percent. David Bier, immigration policy analyst at the Cato Institute, is among those who believe the U.S. needs to update its legal immigration system — but not in the way the White House would like.
Mar. 21, 2018
Women veterans are a growing population, and they’re the ones that Danielle Corazza wants to reach. She is a veteran herself and she’s also the new national outreach coordinator at the VA’s Center for Women Veterans.
Mar. 21, 2018
The Takeaway: Fifth Mail Bomb Explodes In Texas FedEx Center
With the suspected bomber identified, are we any closer to figuring out why he may have perpetrated the attacks?
Mar. 21, 2018
Scottsdale’s Economic Development Department is working to repair the damage caused by a recent marketing campaign. Here to talk about the agency’s response to this controversy and what comes next is Danielle Casey, Scottsdale’s economic development director.
Mar. 21, 2018
The automated Uber fatality has cast doubts on a bill that gave autonomous delivery vehicles special consideration sharing Arizona roadways and sidewalks.
Mar. 21, 2018
Most teachers from across Pendergast Elementary School District in Glendale called out sick today. Not because they’re feeling ill, but to stage what they call a “sickout” to protest low wages.
Mar. 21, 2018
The Show recently invited three Phoenix-area teachers in to the studio to talk about their class conditions, pay and what’s next for them.
Mar. 21, 2018
The cars you see you on the road with the big cameras on top are in a testing phase — and an accident like the one on brings up questions about who is responsible when the car involved was driving itself.
Mar. 21, 2018
Julie Cieniawski, teacher at Desert Canyon Middle School and president of the Scottsdale Education Association, joined The Show to talk about the board's decision.
Mar. 21, 2018
The Takeaway: Trump And Congress Take Different Approaches To The Opioid Crisis
On Monday, President Trump released his new plan to address opioid deaths in America, as Congress prepares to take up a slew of bills addressing the crisis.
Mar. 21, 2018
Five years ago, the Tucson Unified School District sold a no-longer-needed building to a developer for $1.6 million — $400,000 less than what was offered by a Christian school.
Mar. 21, 2018
A survey by the American Pet Products Association finds nearly 70 percent of households have pets. And they’re changing the way our homes are built and designed.
Mar. 21, 2018
Salt River Project and SolarCity reached a deal Tuesday to end a lawsuit over rates charged to customers. While terms of the deal have not been disclosed, the settlement does not address the core issue of the original lawsuit.
Mar. 20, 2018
Public safety, homelessness and neighborhoods are among the top priorities in the Phoenix City Manager’s trial budget.
Mar. 20, 2018
The board adopted a “statement of charges,” which outlines the reasons it believes Birdwell and Hartwell should be dismissed. “We do not determine today whether the allegations are true or false, and this is not the time to delve into the details of the case,” said the board president.
Mar. 20, 2018
 Report: Almost 2,000 Attacks On Journalists Under Mexico
Mexico's current presidency has seen the most violent attacks against the press in the country's recent memory, according to a study released Tuesday by the international human rights group Article 19.
Mar. 20, 2018
State and local law enforcement are investigating a deadly collision between a pedestrian and self-driving car in Tempe.
Mar. 20, 2018
In the wake of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, Arizona’s governor has rolled out a plan meant to prevent similar incidents here. The plan includes new measures to keep guns from dangerous people and more money for mental health and public safety in schools. KJZZ’s Will Stone was at the governor’s office covering the release.
Mar. 20, 2018
The plan, voted on in November by city council, keeps the Brewers in Phoenix through 2024 while Phoenix pays $10 million to help put in a new scoreboard, parking lots and entryway.
Mar. 20, 2018
The worlds of academia and literature are often dominated by white voices. But, a Masters of Fine Arts program in Santa Fe is changing that. The Institute for American Indian Arts created the country’s first indigenous MFA program in 2012, and today, it’s turning out writers who are at the helm of what seems to be a new wave of indigenous literature.
Mar. 20, 2018

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