KJZZ News

Mexico is shouldering a growing share of the enforcement of unauthorized migration from Central America’s Northern Triangle: El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. This is changing long-standing trends of apprehensions and deportations in the United States and Mexico.
Sep. 8, 2015
It’s not something you see every day. A member of the United States Congress enters Mexico on the border, not by flying to Mexico City and directly back to Washington, D.C.
Sep. 8, 2015
The Phoenix City Council will meet Tuesday to start working on the voter approved public transportation expansion. The 35-year plan was passed as Proposition 104 by voters in last month’s election.
Sep. 8, 2015
Discussion of a passenger rail between Phoenix and Tucson has been happening for years, but now public input will help move the project forward.
Sep. 7, 2015
It will take another week or two before St. Mary’s Food Bank fully recovers from last week’s storm.
Sep. 7, 2015
The Phoenix Zoo reopened this weekend after damage from monsoon weather early last week caused it to shut down for three days.
Sep. 7, 2015
Last Monday’s monsoon flooded buildings, downed power lines and stranded people all across the Valley. In addition, hundreds of trees were damaged or lost completely.
Sep. 7, 2015
A new Pew research study found 12 percent of small business owners nationwide are Hispanic.
Sep. 7, 2015
Like the girl in the classic Coppertone commercial, Megan Shini spent a lot of time in the sun as a kid. Then her parents realized she was having an adverse reaction to her sunscreen.
Sep. 7, 2015
The Arizona Criminal Justice Commission was awarded $3.5 million in grants. One of the federal awards is for funding drug task forces, court programs and substance abuse treatment.
Sep. 7, 2015
While Homer Simpson might not be a fan, a group of Phoenix musicians loves Ned Flanders.
Sep. 4, 2015
There are some songs that evoke such strong memories that when we hear them, we’re immediately transported to a different place and time.
Sep. 4, 2015
State health officials are investigating a salmonella outbreak. So far 66 cases have been reported in Arizona.
Sep. 4, 2015
A new documentary investigates what it calls the deadliest gunfight in Arizona history — and it did not take place in Tombstone.
Sep. 4, 2015
It served as a state health facility for decades. And it no longer exists, but its role in the community was important.
Sep. 4, 2015
The Maricopa County Regional Homeless Court, which assists people going through the court process, marks its 10th anniversary next January.
Sep. 4, 2015
We talked with Denise Roth Barber who studies which politicians are raising money and where it’s going as managing director of the National Institute on Money in State Politics.
Sep. 4, 2015
FOIA requests are on the rise, but agencies are devoting fewer people and resources to answering them.
Sep. 4, 2015
A Phoenix resident was on a dig at the Petrified Forest National Park last month when she found a 200 million-year-old fish jaw bone.
Sep. 4, 2015
Efforts to secure the border between the United States and Mexico have changed migration patterns for some immigrants within the United States, according to new research.
Sep. 4, 2015

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