KJZZ News

Immigrant No-Shows May Be A Case Of Confusion
The majority of Central American migrants who entered the country illegally this year are not showing up for appointments with federal immigration officers. However, their attendance rate at immigration court is much higher.
Oct. 1, 2014
Court Supervision Of Phoenix Jails Continues
A federal judge has ruled that some Phoenix-area jails will remain under the court's oversight to ensure adequate medical and mental health care services for inmates awaiting trial.
Oct. 1, 2014
Arizona Attorney General Candidates Debate Qualifications
Candidates for Arizona Attorney General argued about their opponent's lack of qualifications for the office in Tuesday night’s debate.
Oct. 1, 2014
Glendales Financial Outlook Improving
Some good financial news for the city of Glendale, Moody’s Investors Services has upgraded the city’s financial outlook from negative to stable.
Sept. 30, 2014
CDC Urges People Not To Panic Over Ebola Case
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging the public not to panic after confirming the first case of Ebola in the U.S. Tuesday.
Sept. 30, 2014
Federal Court Upholds Uranium Mining Ban On Land Around Grand Canyon
A judge has upheld a ban on uranium mining on federal lands that surround Grand Canyon National Park. The ruling prohibits new mining in the area for 20 years, but work can continue at a few existing claims.
Sept. 30, 2014
Enterovirus Prompts Visitor Restrictions At Hospitals
Twenty-five hospitals in the Banner Health Network including all Arizona locations are starting visitor restrictions to contain Enterovirus D68.
Sept. 30, 2014
ASU Gets Nearly $4M In Federal Grant Money
ASU is getting almost $4 million in federal grants under a program that aims to keep college affordable and increase quality.
Sept. 30, 2014
Condor Lead Poisoning Drops To Lowest Number Since 2005
National and local wildlife conservationists say the number of California condors treated for lead poisoning in Arizona and Utah dropped last year.
Sept. 30, 2014
Texas Man Sentenced For Tax Fraud
A Texas man will spend two and a half years in a federal prison here in Arizona, for a five-year tax fraud scheme.
Sept. 30, 2014
Valley Still Recovering From Saturdays Strong Storm
Phoenix and the Valley continue to mop up following another strong storm that hit over the weekend. The fast-moving winds created more problems than the water.
Sept. 29, 2014
Former UofA Football Player Sentenced For Restaurant Damage
A former NFL and University of Arizona kicker has been sentenced to probation for his role in damaging a restaurant space he leased from the school.
Sept. 29, 2014
Partnership To Help Manage Colorado River Through Climate Change
The U.S. Interior Secretary visited the Glen Canyon Dam Saturday to celebrate its 50th anniversary. She also had another very important agenda item -- the vulnerability of the Colorado River and its water supply.
Sept. 29, 2014
American Airlines, U.S. Airways Departing To Chicago
The fire at a Federal Aviation Administration’s Chicago air traffic control center on Friday has caused major problems for airlines. American Airlines and U.S. Airways officials say it had to cancel 1,400 flights system-wide over the weekend.
Sept. 29, 2014
Tempe City Council Adopts New Water Conservation Goals
City councilmembers in Tempe have approved a new water conservation goal. Officials hope the effort will save more than 600 million gallons of water by 2020.
Sept. 29, 2014
Banking Fees In Phoenix Rank Among The Nations Highest
Phoenix is one of the most expensive places to overdraw your account and get money from an out of network ATM. That's according to a new survey released by Bankrate.com.
Sept. 29, 2014
VA Settles 3 Whistleblower Retaliation Cases In Phoenix
The Department of Veterans Affairs has reached settlements with three employees who filed whistleblower retaliation complaints in Phoenix. Each of the employees will continue to work within the VA system.
Sept. 29, 2014
Phoenix Police Applicants Take Written Exam, Physical Test
After a 5 year hiring freeze, the Phoenix police Department has announced it will hire 300 new officers over the next three years. Applicants took the first steps toward becoming officers this weekend.
Sept. 29, 2014
Glen Canyon Dam Turns 50
This month marks the 50th anniversary of Glen Canyon Dam. This dam and others along the Colorado River provide electricity and drinking water to millions of people across the western United States.
Sept. 29, 2014
Officials Press NCAA To Choose Phoenix For Final Four
Valley officials are continuing to press the NCAA to choose Phoenix as the site of its men’s basketball championship later this decade.
Sept. 29, 2014

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