KJZZ News

Police Group Rebukes Rep. Who Bragged About Speeding
In the body camera video, Rep. Paul Mosley can be heard saying he sometimes drives 140 mph, claiming legislative immunity. The Arizona Fraternal Order of Police withdrew their endorsement of Mosley after the video was released.
Jul. 12, 2018
Women Win Big In Mexico
While the focus of Mexico’s elections this month was mostly on the man who won the presidency, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, women also won big across the board.
Jul. 12, 2018
Sounds Of The City: A Trip Around The World Through Folk Dancing
Listen to the sounds of JoAnne Magninie dancing with the Phoenix International Folk Dancers at the Irish Cultural Center in downtown Phoenix. If you have suggestions or hear things that make Phoenix, Phoenix, send us a note at theshow@kjzz.org.
Jul. 12, 2018
Do You Have Too Many Unused Cellphone Apps?
Ten years ago, the App Store icon debuted on the iPhone. At the time there were 500 apps total. Today, there are more than two million apps available.
Jul. 12, 2018
Debate Over Increasing Prominence Of Nurse Practitioners
Think back to the last time you went to the doctor. It’s becoming more and more likely that you didn’t actually see a doctor. Nurse practitioners now have full practice authority in 22 states around the country.
Jul. 12, 2018
Study Finds Support For Increased Legal Immigration
There’s been a lot of focus on illegal immigration in the U.S. right now as the Trump administration’s zero tolerance policy plays out at the border. But, a new study from the Pew Research Center turns our attention to legal immigration.
Jul. 12, 2018
How Arizona Businesses Are Becoming More Inclusive
Some Phoenix area business leaders are vowing to push the next governor and legislators to amend Arizona’s anti-discrimination laws. While several cities have ordinances that protect people who are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender from discrimination, there is no state law.
Jul. 12, 2018
Phoenix Businesses To Put Heat To Use For Contest
Phoenix is among 35 cities participating in a national competition with a lot of money on the line. Bloomberg Philanthropies will award one city 5 million dollars. Four other cities will each get one million.
Jul. 12, 2018
Arizona Elections 2018: Kelly Fryer - Governor
As we head toward Arizona’s August primary elections, KJZZ's The Show is inviting the candidates in contested races to talk about why they’re running and some of the key issues in their contests.
Jul. 12, 2018
ICE Raising Privacy Concerns Over License Plate Data
Immigration and Customs Enforcement in California has been collecting license plate data at three Orange County-area malls, and the practice is raising privacy concerns.
Jul. 12, 2018
California Embraces Mass Deportation Hearings
If you walk into a federal immigration court in Tucson, you probably won’t see just one defendant facing a judge, you’ll see up to 75.
Jul. 12, 2018
Podcast Playlist: Peanuts And Cracker Jack
There's not a lot of running in baseball. Mostly the players just stand around. But up in the stands, there is a very different game being played — one that demands hours of nonstop effort.
Jul. 12, 2018
Ducey Announces More Investment In Border Strike Force
With a staged backdrop of seized guns, drugs and even DPS officers with dogs, Gov. Doug Ducey brought together federal, state and local law enforcement Wednesday who praised his leadership on border security.
Jul. 12, 2018
The Takeaway: Britain Braces Itself For Trump’s Visit
President Donald Trump is embarking on his first official visit to the U.K. since he was elected and his trip, which begins today, is expected to be marked by widespread protests around the country.
Jul. 12, 2018
How The Clothing Industry Is Wooing Plus-Size Customers
For the past five years, plus-size women’s clothing stores have seen revenues increase while revenues have fallen for stores selling straight size clothing. More companies are paying attention to some women who have felt ignored by the fashion industry.
Jul. 12, 2018
Gilbert Seeks Tribal Water To Secure Its Future
Gilbert is one step closer to securing a new water supply for the town. A deal with the San Carlos Apache Tribe was first brokered in 2010, but federal agencies delayed the lease until now.
Jul. 11, 2018
NAU To Study How Climate Change Affects Re-Vegetation
Once a wildfire is contained, one of the biggest efforts is to re-vegetate the area that was burned. Researchers at Northern Arizona University have received a nearly $1 million federal grant to look at how climate change may affect that work.
Jul. 11, 2018
New Film Reenacts The 1917 Bisbee Deportation
The town of Bisbee, Arizona, was the site of its own roundup 101 years ago this week. Nearly 1,200 men were loaded onto boxcars and abandoned in New Mexico in an event now known as the Bisbee Deportation.
Jul. 11, 2018
Mesa Home Destroyed By Tree During Monsoon
For a lot of us, the wet weather is a welcome reprieve from the summer heat. But for some, these storms can be devastating. Tia Oso’s family lost their home of 75 years on Monday.
Jul. 11, 2018
New EPA Administrator Doesn
Andrew Wheeler has taken over as acting administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, after Scott Pruitt resigned last week. But, the change in leadership may not mean that much change in policy coming out of the EPA.
Jul. 11, 2018

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