KJZZ News

Many Valley residents are still repairing their homes after being hit by floods this month and last.
Sep. 23, 2014
A national advocacy group wants the parent company of Fry’s Marketplace to prohibit customers from bringing guns into the Arizona supermarkets. The same group has already persuaded a few other major retailers to ban guns inside their businesses.
Sep. 23, 2014
The federal government announced this week it will open a new immigrant detention facility in south Texas this November. The center will be the fourth in the nation that houses adults with children who crossed the border illegally.
Sep. 23, 2014
The ACLU is challenging the so-called Arizona revenge porn law. This law makes it a felony to share pictures of naked people.
Sep. 23, 2014
The University of Phoenix Stadium has more than 300 new LED lights. The stadium replaced the 700-plus halide lights in time for last Sunday’s NFL game.
Sep. 23, 2014
Immigration judges in Denver will hear cases from a detention center in New Mexico starting Sept. 29. The switch will align the court and detainees into the same time zone.
Sep. 23, 2014
The Democratic nominee for Attorney General, Felecia Rotellini, has picked up what could be an important endorsement in her race against Republican Mark Brnovich.
Sep. 23, 2014
Arizona school officials are warning state lawmakers that unless they settle a case involving an annual inflation adjustment in school aid soon, taxpayers could be on the hook for a lot more money.
Sep. 23, 2014
More than a month into the new school year, the leader of the state’s largest teacher’s union says more than 500 teaching positions remain vacant across the state.
Sep. 23, 2014
Homeland Security Director Jeh Johnson spent some time on Capitol Hill on Monday, answering questions about terrorists potentially entering the U.S. by crossing the Southwest border.
Sep. 23, 2014
Authorities in Mexico have issued a warning about possible contamination from a copper mine that may have spilled into an Arizona river. The mine owners blame the spill on flooding tied to last week’s Hurricane Odile.
Sep. 23, 2014
Phoenix is one of the finalists to host the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four games. Site selectors will evaluate the bid Tuesday and Wednesday.
Sep. 23, 2014
The long-awaited historic landmark designation of the David and Gladys Wright house in Phoenix is scheduled for December, but could get pushed back again.
Sep. 23, 2014
The Maricopa County Superior Court officially dismissed the Arnold v. Sarn lawsuit Monday. The class action lawsuit accused the state and Maricopa County of not properly funding a mental health system required by a state statute.
Sep. 22, 2014
A local charity is hoping the recent domestic violence arrests in the NFL, including last week’s arrest of Cardinals running back Jonathan Dwyer, will help them raise money to get to troubled kids early, in hopes of preventing similar crimes.
Sep. 22, 2014
The idea is for seven states to allow doctors licensed in one of them to easily obtain permission to practice in another.
Sep. 22, 2014
Attorneys for the state of Arizona are telling a judge that if he allows gays to marry, fewer straight couples will be willing to tie the knot.
Sep. 22, 2014
One of the leading contenders in the Navajo presidential election this November might be kicked out of the race later this week. Why? Because he didn’t tell the complete truth about how well he spoke the Navajo language.
Sep. 22, 2014
Poverty rates in Arizona decreased by about a tenth of a percent from 2012 to 2013. That’s according to a new survey from the U.S. Census Bureau. While modest, some are considering the small change to be good news.
Sep. 22, 2014
Arizona supermarkets are now required to pick up the costs for equipment that processes payments from food stamp users. Congress approved the change under the new Farm Bill to reduce federal spending.
Sep. 22, 2014

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