KJZZ News

Study Identifies Chemical Culprits In Honeybee Deaths
Every winter, around 1.5 million honeybee colonies from all over the U.S. are shipped to California to pollinate almond trees. But in 2014, 80,000 of these colonies suffered death and deformity. A new study offers a possible explanation.
Feb. 11, 2019
Apartment Industry Warns Of
A new market analysis conducted for the Arizona Multifamily Housing Association finds strong demand for all types of apartments: affordable, workforce and luxury — but the current supply is mostly in the upper end.
Feb. 11, 2019
Mexican Leadership Arrives At UA
For three years, Mexico’s biggest university has had an office at the University of Arizona. The new leadership in the Mexican institution’s office in Tucson expects to have an impact in the community and bilateral relations.
Feb. 11, 2019
In Sonora, Hunting Means Big Business And Conservation
Just south of the Arizona border, big game hunting is big business. Every winter, thousands of foreign hunters - most from the United States - flock to the state for its trophy deer, bighorn sheep, game birds and other species. Some say hunting policies have also been a boon to conservation efforts.
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Feb. 11, 2019
Thousands Attend 63rd Annual VNSA Book Sale
This weekend marked the 63rd annual Volunteer Nonprofit Service Association book sale at the Arizona State fairgrounds. The event draws thousands of enthusiasts each year, including some from out of state, to peruse and purchase hundreds of thousands of used books, DVDs, audio books and more.
Feb. 10, 2019
UA Reassures Support For Basketball Program
After a second University of Arizona assistant men’s basketball coach was reportedly fired for an NCAA recruiting violation, the school’s athletic director is standing by head Coach Sean Miller and the program.
Feb. 10, 2019
Controlled Fires Scheduled In Southern AZ
Low-lying vegetation in 35-thousand acres of land in Cochise County are expected to be burned in the next year. Burning the fuel in a controlled manner prevents wildfires from spreading, if they were to start in the forest.
Feb. 10, 2019
Phoenix Voter Registration Deadline Approaching
The deadline to register to vote in the city of Phoenix’s upcoming election is fast approaching. Potential voters have until midnight Monday to register to vote in the upcoming special election.
Feb. 10, 2019
Hacienda HealthCare Will Remain Open
In a statement provided to media, Heidi Capriotti with AHCCCS said Hacienda HealthCare is willing to voluntarily permit the Arizona health department to exercise licensing authority over the intermediate care facility.
Feb. 8, 2019
Gov. Doug Ducey Reacts To Hacienda HealtCare Closure
Gov. Doug Ducey is reacting to news that Hacienda Healthcare is planning to close its facility after an incapacitated patient was raped and gave birth to a baby in late December.
Feb. 8, 2019
#ArizonaHaiku: 17 Arizona-Inspired Poems
The Show is celebrating National Haiku Month with your haiku poems about Arizona. More than 75 listeners sent in haiku to enter the random drawing for a KJZZ item.
Feb. 8, 2019
Sports Writer Explores LGBTQ Struggles In The Athletic World
Bill Konigsberg was a sports writer for AP and ESPN, and he is gay. The last fact shouldn’t be relevant to the first, but Konigsberg found out it really was. He wrote about this experience, being out in the world of sports, how that world still struggles with homophobia and then barriers to his job.
Feb. 8, 2019
Revolver Records Store In Phoenix Closing After 10 Years
On Roosevelt Row in Phoenix, a longtime staple is closing on Sunday. Revolver Records, the downtown record shop, has been the center point for the first Friday art walk for 10 years, but owner TJ Jordan announced in January that Revolver was coming to an end.
Feb. 8, 2019
Arizona Wildcats Basketball Team Under Scrutiny, Season Suffering
The University of Arizona men’s basketball team has been one of the nation’s most dominant programs for decades. But more recently, it’s been connected with controversy, including an FBI investigation related to whether illegal payments were being given to players.
Feb. 8, 2019
Groups Concerned About Changes To Clean Water Act
There appears to be concern among a number of groups that the Trump administration might be looking to change a section of the Clean Water Act that gives states say over certain projects.
Feb. 8, 2019
Production In The Works Tells Story AZ DACA Recipient
Tony Valdovinos De La Mora wanted to be in the military, but instead ended up in politics. And now, the 28-year old is the subject of a new musical. Valdovinos came to the United States when he was 2. The now-28 year-old owns a company that does get-out-the-vote work in Arizona. He’s also a DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) recipient.
Feb. 8, 2019
Upcoming Play Presents Muhammad Ali
Muhammad Ali was one of the most famous people in the world. He was renowned for his boxing prowess and many legendary fights, but it was his charismatic speaking and boastful rhymes, that helped him connect with all ages and backgrounds.
Feb. 8, 2019
Bill Could Remove Voters From Early Voting List
Failure to participate in at least one of the primary or general elections in two consecutive election cycles would lead to an Arizona voter being purged from that list. And that generated some passionate testimony before a Senate committee this week.
Feb. 8, 2019
Longdon Angered, Not Surprised By Hacienda HealthCare Abuse
One of the central voices in the aftermath of the Hacienda HealthCare tragedy has been Democratic Rep. Jennifer Longdon. She was about to start her first term in office when news broke about the birth of this baby boy at Hacienda HealthCare. And it hit home.
Feb. 8, 2019
New Football League Fills The Void Of NFL
If you are still ready for some football, the 8-team Alliance of American Football, has been created to fill the off-season void.
Feb. 8, 2019

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