KJZZ News

The "Bureau of Defaulters" is not sending you an email with a copy of your arrest warrant. The email is the most recent scam already affecting a handful of Valley residents.
Apr. 7, 2015
Representatives for the dairy industry, environmental groups and state officials came to an agreement on how to revise rules regulating wastewater management and groundwater monitoring.
Apr. 7, 2015
A debate is brewing over whether facilities that house unaccompanied migrant girls must provide them with access to emergency contraception or abortion. A major Catholic organization refuses to facilitate that access, including in cases of rape.
Apr. 7, 2015
A conservation group has named the Colorado River in the Grand Canyon as the most endangered river in the United States. The ranking is based on two large-scale development projects as well as the potential for future uranium mining.
Apr. 7, 2015
The question of faith and medicine is complicated for all physicians; yet this question seems to be increasingly common during my clinic and hospital visits. Like most American doctors, I’ve been trained to separate faith and science at the exclusion of faith.
Apr. 7, 2015
As drought across the West persists, the fight for water is getting more heated. In rural, southwestern New Mexico, the battle is over the Gila River.
Apr. 7, 2015
The regular baseball season is officially under way and the attendance numbers for the just-completed spring training season are in. This was the best Cactus League season ever.
Apr. 6, 2015
Arizona is coming off a disappointing 2014 season, finishing last in the division with a record of 64-98. But they’ve since cleaned house.
Apr. 6, 2015
United States Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter was at Arizona State University on Monday making his case for a renewed focus on Asia and the Pacific.
Apr. 6, 2015
A new law will allow Arizonans to order their own lab tests without a doctor’s permission.
Apr. 6, 2015
The Gila River Indian Community celebrated the launch of its own low-power digital TV station Monday. It’s the first tribe to both own and manage this type of facility.
Apr. 6, 2015
The Mesa Police Department has selected a new chief.
Apr. 6, 2015
A 41-year-old ex-convict has pleaded not guilty in connection with a Mesa crime spree last month.
Apr. 6, 2015
Researchers are looking into the effects of light pollution on plant and animal species in the San Pedro River Valley.
Apr. 6, 2015
Those planning a trip to Bartlett Lake are being asked to pay attention to the water levels.
Apr. 6, 2015
Fewer Arizonans got their High School Equivalency diploma last year. In 2014, fewer than 2,300 people passed the GED tests, which is roughly 80 percent less than previous years. That’s partially due to a new format.
Apr. 6, 2015
Officials with the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement are planning to release an immigrant with a drug resistant form of Tuberculosis in the next couple of days.
Apr. 6, 2015
A Navajo company has issued a voluntary recall of flour that may be tainted with salmonella.
Apr. 5, 2015
A winery in Florence has temporarily lost its food permit after a salmonella outbreak at a wedding last month.
Apr. 4, 2015
Arizona Public Service is proposing raising its rates for new solar customers. It's the latest Arizona utility to target solar customers this year.
Apr. 3, 2015

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