KJZZ News

Valley restaurants are feeling the squeeze of the ongoing lime shortage in central Mexico. The shortage comes from a combination of bad weather, tree disease and extortion by drug cartels.
May. 5, 2014
Dozens of students and community members recently met at Maryvale High School in West Phoenix to discuss the effect of dating violence on teens.
May. 5, 2014
The Bureau of Land Management says it is well equipped to handle the fire season this year.
May. 5, 2014
Murthy also sees continued growth in construction, with most of it taking place in multi-family home building.
May. 5, 2014
Arizona taxpayers are going to shell out more money to help parents send their kids to private and parochial schools than they would to keep them in traditional public schools.
May. 5, 2014
The Fiesta Bowl has named its new executive director.
May. 5, 2014
A fungus that can launch a fatal illness, which has mainly been confined to areas of the Southwest, has been found for the first time in the northwestern U.S.
May. 5, 2014
The Phoenix City Council is facing a situation it hasn’t seen in almost 30 years
May. 5, 2014
Major league sports teams, businesses and cities are promoting “zero waste” programs across the country. The idea is to get rid landfills someday. But that won’t be easy.
May. 5, 2014
The investigation into the Phoenix Veterans Affairs medical center continued Friday. The announcement that three officials have been placed on administrative leave is the latest development emerging from the probe.
May. 2, 2014
Arcadia High School students tested their ability to text and drive Friday. The program was designed to demonstrate the dangers of distracted driving the day before prom.
May. 2, 2014
Peoria residents will have a chance on Monday to weigh in on proposed development in the city’s P83 entertainment district, at 83rd Avenue and Bell.
May. 2, 2014
You can vote on pretty much anything now — who wins the recording contract, who makes an All-Star team, whose Facebook post or tweet you like best. And which pieces should be part of a museum exhibit.
May. 2, 2014
Arizona was once the home to a unique school campus that existed for nearly a century. Today part of that school remains in central Phoenix.
May. 2, 2014
An 18-year-old man is back in custody after being accused as a serial sexual predator who allegedly targeted fellow high school students. Nearly 20 victims have come forward so far.
May. 2, 2014
A new economic forecast from the Arizona Department of Administration indicates continued sluggish job growth through 2015.
May. 2, 2014
Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and Arizona native Linda Ronstadt is putting her Tucson home on the market.
May. 2, 2014
The state of Arizona is changing the way it issues driver’s licenses to improve security and reduce identity theft.
May. 2, 2014
The Burton Barr Central Library in downtown Phoenix will project three different pieces of video art on its outside walls.
May. 2, 2014
By one government estimate, 160 million tons of construction and demolition waste end up in landfills every year. One Valley nonprofit is trying to keep some of it out of the trash.
May. 2, 2014

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