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The city of Prescott announced they
will remove the temporary memorial for the firefighters killed in the Yarnell
The memorial at Prescott's Station 7 stretches entirely around the building.
Throw some dirt on it. That is what a lot of coaches and even some parents would say to young football players who looked like they had suffered a minor injury. Throwing up on the sidelines? Just part of the game.
A new Arizona
petition drive could mean some major changes in pensions for public
employees. Republican Party activist Roy
Miller is worried about what happened in Detroit,
happening here. His initiative would
prohibit cities, counties and school districts from spending increases that
exceed inflation and population growth, unless they've adequately funded their
Fire officials in Mesa say the emergency equipment at a gas station, worked just as it is supposed to, when a motorist made a big mistake and ignited a fire. "The gentleman was filling up the gas tank, left the nozzle inside his vehicle and drove away, but the hose itself had broke away," said fire department spokesman Forrest Smith.
The state will release August’s unemployment numbers next week. July’s rate was the same as June’s, 8 percent which was almost half a percent lower than last July, but are the jobs being added in Arizona good jobs? Michael Hayes said no.
Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport brought in more $1.3 billion in total economic
benefits last fiscal year. That is according to a new study from the W.P. Carey
School of Business at Arizona State University.
It is a big day for shoppers in central Phoenix, with the grand opening of a new Whole Foods Market near 20th Street and Highland Avenue. The 35,000 square foot store will sell natural and organic foods and jump into the ultra-competitive grocery battle in the Valley.
In this AZ-Edition of StoryCorps, John Fullam and his daughter Lisa Fullam recall memorable moments from their childhoods and talk about the special bond that develops between children and their parents.
Dear Listener, We are implementing changes to KJZZ’s overnight schedule and HD2 service beginning July 1, 2011. You can view the new schedule online right now. We will replace JazzWorks on 91.5 FM and HD1 with a live feed of BBC World Service, weekdays at 1-3 a.
The process to recall State Senate president Russell Pearce is well under way. Here and Now takes a look at the steps taken so far, and what residents of Pearce's district can expect in the coming months.
As part of a series on this month's Phoenix Mayoral election, KJZZ's Steve Goldstein talks with current Mayor Phil Gordon about what the next Mayor should focus on...and whether some communities, including South Phoenix, aren't given enough attention.
Here and Now's Steve Goldstein talks to Wes Gullett and Greg Stanton, the runoff candidates for mayor of Phoenix and their feeling on the continuing race for mayor. Political analyst Dennis Welch discusses the future of the race.
Host Steve Goldstein talks to professor of Geological Sciences Randy Cerveny about this year's unusual monsoon season, and whether valley residents should be concerned about the dry weather and their health.
Immigration is the key issue dividing Arizona's State Senate President and his opponent in a November recall election. At a debate Thursday night, Senator Russell Pearce (left) and businessman Jerry Lewis (right) sparred over whether Arizona’s tough immigration laws have been a boost or a bust.
Arizona State University president Michael Crow sits down with host Steve Goldstein to talk about the DREAM act, getting Arizona's universities on track, and making both popular and unpopular decisions in order to keep ASU innovative.
The Arizona Supreme Court will be asked to decide if Governor Brewer’s removal of the chair of the Arizona Independent Redistricting Commission is legal. An attorney for I-R-C chair Colleen Mathis says his client wasn’t afforded due process.