KJZZ News

South Rim of the Grand Canyon
New research supports the long-held hypothesis that the Grand Canyon is as young as 6 million years. That’s what geologists originally believed before a different study claimed it was tens of millions of years older.
Jul. 27, 2015
Central Arizona Project canal
Arizona is wasting lots of energy on water. On average, 30 to 60 percent of a municipality’s energy bill is spent on moving and treating water.
Jul. 27, 2015
One of those accidents was a rollover crash on Interstate 10 on Sunday evening where two people were killed. None of the passengers were wearing seatbelts, including two small children.
Jul. 27, 2015
Mark Brnovich
Attorney generals from around the nation are asking phone companies to help customers block robocalls and unwanted telemarketers, but Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich is not one of them.
Jul. 27, 2015
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – A smattering of Diamondbacks faithful have made the trek this weekend to this small town located at the edge of Otsego Lake, about 200 miles north of New York City, joining baseball fans from across the country in the home of the National Baseball Hall of Fame.
Jul. 27, 2015
Bartlett Lake
If you’re planning to go fishing in Bartlett Lake, be careful what you eat. State officials are warning people about elevated mercury levels in some fish there.
Jul. 27, 2015
School bus
In the upcoming school year, 47 of the state’s 225 public school districts will have new superintendents. For many of them it will be their first time on the job.
Jul. 27, 2015
Light-rail construction
Starting July 30, the intersection at 19th and Glendale avenues will be closed as light-rail train tracks are installed. Businesses in the area will be open, but drivers may have to go out a little out of their way to reach them.
Jul. 27, 2015
Maricopa County Sheriff's Office
The federal judge overseeing the racial profiling case against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio ordered U.S. Marshals to seize records the sheriff’s office failed to turn over to the court Friday.
Jul. 24, 2015
lake mead
Scientists are making some big predictions about El Nino’s potential to bring a wet winter and spring to the West. But can you solve a drought that has built up over almost a decade in just one year?
Jul. 24, 2015
Celine Rille
Humans have told stories to each other in groups for thousands of years. The return to that face to face approach may have something to do with our increasing reliance on gadgets and social media.
Jul. 24, 2015
University of Arizona
The site will be used by the UA’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and the veterinary medical and surgical program.
Jul. 24, 2015
The Scottsdale-based Z’Tejas Southwestern Grill restaurants and its separate Taco Guild concept in central Phoenix filed for bankruptcy this week.
Jul. 24, 2015
Boutique Air
The small San Francisco-based airline will start offering round-trip service between Sky Harbor and Show Low next month.
Jul. 24, 2015
Road
To find out, we turn to Beth Osborne, senior policy advisor at the group Transportation for America, which advocates for local transportation solutions.
Jul. 24, 2015
Parking spot
The law prohibits discrimination against people with disabilities and requires new buildings to conform to accessibility standards, among other provisions.
Jul. 24, 2015
SRP
The utility says the Sandstone Solar project will produce 45 megawatts once it’s done. That will power roughly 8,000 homes.
Jul. 24, 2015
Pima County Logo
The Arizona Supreme Court has rejected Pima County’s effort to halt a new law that the county says will force it to raise taxes.
Jul. 24, 2015
 Interstate 8 bridge
Engineers classified I-10 bridge that washed out in California Sunday as “functionally obsolete.” But what does that really mean?
Jul. 24, 2015
Arizona Department of Public Safety
Arizona drivers will see a new fleet of 90 Department of Public Safety vehicles on highways. The cars will feature an updated color scheme that reflects the changes the department is making.
Jul. 24, 2015

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