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Fifteen Navajo Nation schools within the U.S. Bureau of Indian Education system were not inspected for health and safety threats in fiscal year 2015. The federal school system serves about 47,000 Native American children nationwide.
Mar. 21, 2016
Trump supporters
All eyes are turning to Arizona as Republicans here are poised to cast ballots in what is shaping up to be a very unusual presidential primary season.
Mar. 21, 2016
Democrats in Arizona will soon weigh in on who they want to take the party’s presidential nomination. Polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday in precincts across the state, and the race between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders could be a close one.
Mar. 21, 2016
President Bill Clinton
Former President Bill Clinton was in Phoenix Sunday talking to voters before this week’s presidential preference election. The rally to support his wife’s candidacy drew about 1,000 people to the Central High School gymnasium.
Mar. 20, 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders was back Saturday night for his second Valley appearance in five days.
Mar. 19, 2016
Protesters blocked a main road leading into Fountain Hills on Saturday where Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump was staging a campaign rally alongside Maricopa County’s contentious sheriff, Joe Arpaio.
Mar. 19, 2016
The South by Southwest (SXSW) music festival in Austin, Texas comes to a close on Sunday, though you would not know it by walking down the damp city streets.
Mar. 19, 2016
ted cruz rally
Republican presidential hopeful Sen. Ted Cruz touted his stance on border security in Arizona on Friday, days ahead of the state's upcoming presidential preference election. The candidate is trying to close Donald Trump’s lead in the state.
Mar. 19, 2016
XIXA SXSW
KJZZ’s Sarah Ventre caught up with two members of the Tucson band XIXA at SXSW.
Mar. 18, 2016
baseball cards
Collecting baseball cards in the United States was a huge hobby for most of the 20th century, but then interest started to wane.
Mar. 18, 2016
Pocket Park
Most great cities have great parks. Chicago has Millennial Park, the Big Apple has Central Park and, now, downtown Phoenix is reinvesting in Hance Park.
Mar. 18, 2016
ASU Campus
Tuition hikes at Arizona’s three state universities have become commonplace and dramatic, especially in the wake of the Great Recession and state funding cuts.
Mar. 18, 2016
election vote campaign
It may seem like the key word in the political party conventions is party. Delegates are celebrating and screaming from the floor, celebrating their nominees and platforms
Mar. 18, 2016
Arizona Capitol
Governor Doug Ducey Thursday signed into law a bill that would take away state-shared revenue from cities who are found to have ordinances that are in conflict with state law.
Mar. 18, 2016
In a time when musicians can record, produce, release, and publicize their own music outside of a recording studio and inside a studio apartment, the answer to the question is complicated.
Mar. 18, 2016
Prison Education
Advocates argue that training and educational programming give the incarcerated a better chance of successfully reentering society and reduces recidivism.
Mar. 18, 2016
Phoenix City Hall
The City of Phoenix is in the black this year with a sizable budget surplus, but residents could still see a tax hike.
Mar. 18, 2016
A national report shows farm loans in the West have gone up by $600 million, but locally, the FSA is seeing more farmers borrow smaller loans.
Mar. 18, 2016
Donald Trump
Donald Trump, who is the favorite to win Arizona’s winner-take-all 58 delegates, is first scheduled to appear at an event at the Phoenix Convention Center with Sean Hannity of Fox New, then will hold a rally at Fountain Park in Fountain Hills.
Mar. 18, 2016
Some members of Arizona’s business community are watching Trump anxiously as the state’s presidential primary approaches this Tuesday. They worry the Republican front runner’s rhetoric on immigration and Mexico could prompt a backlash, something Arizona has seen before.
Mar. 18, 2016

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