KJZZ News

Amy Silverman: Why Starting A Garden Isn’t As Easy As It Sounds
Amy Silverman's column in Phoenix Magazine is called "Raising Phoenix." In it, she writes about culture, politics and everything else that makes Phoenix the city it is. This month, she joined The Show to talk about an unlikely subject for her: gardening.
Oct. 11, 2019
Tucson Approves New Downtown High-Rise Developments
Last month, the Tucson City Council signed off on construction of a 13-story tower on 4th Avenue, and just Friday night, the council approved a $60 million deal to redevelop the downtown Ronstadt Transit Center, a project that is expected to reshape the landscape with four new high-rises.
Oct. 11, 2019
Climate Change Is Hurting Arizona Trees
Trees in Arizona and other areas of the West have been hit hard many factors including wildfires and the bark beetle. Now, new research indicates that climate change in the form of extreme and inconsistent precipitation totals is also hurting some tree species.
Oct. 11, 2019
Proposed Changes To Food Stamp Program Could Have Effect In AZ
A proposed change to the country’s food stamp program could impact 11% of the Arizona households that use it. That’s according to a new analysis from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the policy research firm Mathematica.
Oct. 11, 2019
Arizona Sees Expanded Health Care Options For 2020
Gone are the days of just one health insurance provider in Maricopa County as companies expand their options under the Affordable Care Act for 2020.
Oct. 11, 2019
What Is The Impact Of The Remain In Mexico Policy?
The Trump administration has consistently tried to implement — and, in some cases, strengthen — immigration and border policies. Some have been blocked by the courts, while others have gone into effect despite opposition. Rafael Carranza of the Arizona Republic has written about the policy and joined The Show to talk about its effects.
Oct. 11, 2019
Can Smart City Technology Reduce Pedestrian Deaths?
The number of pedestrians killed continues to increase in Arizona, with the problem especially prevalent in Phoenix, but could technology be part of the solution to this problem?
Oct. 11, 2019
Rufus Wainwright Talks Opera, Judy Ahead Of Scottsdale Show
Rufus Wainwright will be at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday with his latest show “Oh Solo Wainwright.” The Show got the chance to talk with him more about it.
Oct. 11, 2019
Can You Survive Against Jason Voorhees?
For many, it's the season to carve pumpkins, eat Halloween candy, hang spooky decorations and watch a scary movie, but what would you do if you found yourself in a scary movie?
Oct. 11, 2019
Southeastern Arizona Feels 2 Earthquakes
Southeastern Arizona felt two earthquakes, one Thursday evening and another early Friday morning. One on Thursday evening had a magnitude 3.9, followed by an early Friday morning magnitude 3.5 quake.
Oct. 11, 2019
KJZZs Friday NewsCap Oct. 11, 2019
To talk about the latest impeachment opinions, Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen’s legal challenges and more, Marcus Dell’Artino, partner at First Strategic, and Chad Campbell, former legislative leader of Strategies 360, joined The Show.
Oct. 11, 2019
UA Researchers: Blood Pressure Drug Can Help Heart Failure Patients
New results from the University of Arizona show the drug Aliskiren can delay the progression of congestive heart failure. The medicine is usually prescribed to regulate blood pressure.
Oct. 11, 2019
LGBTQ Community Gathers For Town Hall Watch Party
Members of Phoenix’s LGBTQ community gathered to watch a historic presidential town hall event Thursday night. Nine Democratic candidates answered questions from a live audience while viewers around the country attended watch parties like the one at Kobalt on Central Avenue in Phoenix.
Oct. 11, 2019
13 Arkansas Families File Injunction Against Paul Petersen
Thirteen families in Arkansas have filed an injunction against Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen. Petersen faces criminal charges in three states for an alleged adoption fraud scheme.
Oct. 11, 2019
What Are Rights Of Mothers Involved In Suspected Adoption Scheme?
Evelyn Cruz, an ASU professor and director of the Immigration Clinic at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, joined The Show to talk about the legalities involved in the cases against Maricopa County Assessor Paul Peterson.
Oct. 11, 2019
AZ Housing Demand Driven Mostly By Transplants
Fall is when people come to Arizona in large numbers. Historically, the so-called snowbirds stay through spring and then leave, but increasingly this population is choosing to stay year round. Maricopa County remains the fastest growing county in the country — and its growth is taxing resources in the state that cannot expand fast enough to keep up.
How Technology Is Changing The Housing Market In Arizona
Oct. 11, 2019
Arizona Republic Reporters, Staffers Vote To Form A Union
Reporters, photographers and non-management staffers at the state's largest newspaper voted Thursday to form a union. The 64-30 vote came despite a series of memos written by management at the Arizona Republic to staffers that organizing in that way could have negative implications.
Oct. 10, 2019
African Migrants In Mexico Protest Being Detained In Squalid Conditions
Migrants in southern Mexico are protesting over the treatment they're receiving from government officials, saying authorities are holding them in squalid conditions.
Oct. 10, 2019
Lawsuit: Tucson City Leaders Trying To Influence Sanctuary City Vote
The proponents of an initiative to make Tucson a so-called sanctuary city have sued city leaders contending they’re unfairly trying to influence the election.
Oct. 10, 2019
Maricopa County Officials Call On Petersen To Resign
Maricopa County’s Board of Supervisors, the County Treasurer and the County Recorder have called on Paul Petersen to resign from his elected position.
Oct. 10, 2019

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