KJZZ News

Superintendent Candidate David Garcia On School Choice, Funding And Standardized Tests
Arizona’s Superintendent of Public Instruction nominees have different perspectives on how to improve the state’s K-12 education system.
Oct. 8, 2014
Supreme Court Puts Idaho Same-Sex Marriages On Hold, Allows Nevada Marriages To Go Forward
The United States Supreme Court on Wednesday granted an emergency request to block marriages between gay couples in Idaho, just one day after a lower court said those unions should go forward. That could delay a potential ruling overturning Arizona’s gay marriage ban.
Oct. 8, 2014
 Mexico Energy Reform: Border Pipeline Challenge In Chihuahua
Mexico’s oil and gas industry is about to open up to the rest of the world, but before major exploration can take place, Mexico has to create an infrastructure to support it — roads and especially pipelines.
Oct. 8, 2014
Conservation Groups Challenge EPA Decision On Arizona Coal Plant
Conservation groups say a federal rule to cut haze-causing nitrogen oxide emissions at a northern Arizona coal plant is too lenient.
Oct. 8, 2014
Remnants Of Another Tropical Storm Hit Parts Of Arizona
Some parts of Arizona are getting hit by the remnants of another tropical storm, as what’s left of Hurricane Simon moves through. It’s the third slice of tropical moisture we’ve seen in the last six weeks or so.
Oct. 8, 2014
Secretary Of State Candidates Debate Dual Track Voting
The two candidates Arizona Secretary of State discussed voter participation in Tuesday night’s debate.
Oct. 8, 2014
Destructive Beetle Found At The Border
A bug discovered at the border in Nogales has been identified as a destructive wood pest.
Oct. 8, 2014
Local and Federal Heads Discuss Arizonas Global Economic Impact
On Monday, ASU hosted the U.S. Global Leadership Coalition, focusing on the international opportunities that Arizona organizations have for global development.
Oct. 8, 2014
UofA Research Confirms Effectiveness Of Hand Sanitizer
Research recently published from the University of Arizona confirms what you may have been suspecting all along, hand sanitizers really do cut down on germs in the workplace.
Oct. 7, 2014
9th Circuit Strikes Down Gay Marriage Bans In Idaho And Nevada
Just one day after the U.S. Supreme Court effectively let gay marriages go forward in five states, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled against gay marriage bans in Idaho and Nevada. That means Arizona’s ban on gay unions could be struck down soon.
Oct. 7, 2014
Ancient Village Found In Petrified Forest
An ancient village has been discovered in Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park. It’s the second type of village found in the area in one year.
Oct. 7, 2014
Navajo Nation Runs Out Of Early Ballots In Some Places
The Navajo Nation has run out of early ballots for tribal races in some areas.
Oct. 7, 2014
Federal Money To Fix Arizona Tribal Housing
The federal government is giving $60 million to tribal communities across the nation.
Oct. 7, 2014
DPS: Tucson Man May Be Posing As Physician
The Department of Public Safety is looking for possible victims of a Tucson man they say has been posing as a physician.
Oct. 7, 2014
 El Salvador Tries To Rein In Crime With Community Policing
The child migrant crisis has directed new attention to Central America's struggles with organized crime. Now El Salvador is looking to community policing as a security strategy for the country.
Oct. 7, 2014
Arizona Fall League Fires Up, Tests New Rules
The Arizona Fall League baseball season gets underway with three games Tuesday.
Oct. 7, 2014
Arizona Storytellers: Chef Aaron May
KJZZ has partnered with the Arizona Republic to bring the Arizona Storytellers project on the radio.
Oct. 7, 2014
Flood Victims Can Apply For Loans
Low-interest loans are now available for people rebuilding after flooding hit the Valley Sept. 8.
Oct. 6, 2014
Virgin Galactic To Offer Luxury Entertainment For Space Flight Passengers
Virgin Galactic is expanding the entertainment options for passengers who hope to one day take a flight into space.
Oct. 6, 2014
New Hepatitis C Treatment Too Pricey For All Patients
There’s a brand-new drug to treat Hepatitis C, but only a small percentage of patients enrolled in the state’s Medicaid program are receiving it.
Oct. 6, 2014

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