KJZZ News

Housing prices in metro Phoenix were down again last month, compared to the month before.
Apr. 3, 2014
A Maricopa man is facing state charges for allegedly manufacturing fake air bags for cars.
Apr. 3, 2014
The country's most stringent restrictions on the use of abortion drugs are back on hold less than a day after taking effect.
Apr. 3, 2014
The warm weather means West Nile Virus season is near. The Phoenix Zoo is vaccinating some of its exotic birds to prevent the spread of the disease.
Apr. 3, 2014
A new casino is being planned for the Prescott area.
Apr. 3, 2014
At a Wednesday morning news conference, state forestry officials urged Arizona residents to be vigilant this fire season.
Apr. 2, 2014
The budget plan approved Tuesday by the Arizona Senatecould be headed for a veto from the governor.
Apr. 2, 2014
Wednesday is a busy night for sports in the Valley.
Apr. 2, 2014
Two years ago, as Arizona marked a century of statehood, there were a lot of lists related to 100 this or that.
Apr. 2, 2014
Dog bites and attacks have been in the news a lot lately.
Apr. 2, 2014
Salt River Project is a non-profit subdivision of the state of Arizona.
Apr. 2, 2014
Charles Keating was a banker and developer who was responsible for the Phoenician Resort on Camelback Road.
Apr. 2, 2014
The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt another blow to legal limits on campaign contributions.
Apr. 2, 2014
Phoenix will not be hosting the Republican National Convention in 2016.
Apr. 2, 2014
Herds of bison that roam the northern parts of the Grand Canyon are causing headaches for park staffers.
Apr. 2, 2014
Supporters of the National Park system are watching Congress carefully as it reviews the president’s budget this month.
Apr. 2, 2014
A new report ranks American cities by urban sprawl. Phoenix does not perform well on the list.
Apr. 2, 2014
The federal government will hire another 2,000 customs agents to work at American ports of entry.
Apr. 1, 2014
Planned Parenthood wasted no time in filing an appeal, after a federal judge refused to block restrictions on an abortion drug.
Apr. 1, 2014
The first major step toward providing drinking water to tribal and rural communities along the Arizona-New Mexico border was approved Tuesday.
Apr. 1, 2014

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