KJZZ News

 Phoenix, Tucson Temperatures In January Hit Records
The National Weather Service offices in Arizona's two major desert cities say January was the warmest on record for Tucson and the third warmest for Phoenix.
Feb. 1, 2018
Tucson Cracks Down On Drivers Using Phones
Starting today drivers in the city of Tucson could be stopped for using their cell phone.
Feb. 1, 2018
 Rex Tillerson Starts Latin America Tour With Visit To Mexico
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson began a weeklong tour of the Americas with a stop in Mexico City on Thursday and today, as Mexican diplomats are pushing to preserve NAFTA.
Feb. 1, 2018
Federal Judge Strikes Down Kansas BDS Law Similar To Arizona
After a Kansas law prohibiting state contractors from participating in a boycott against Israel was struck down this week, a similar Arizona law could face the same result.
Feb. 1, 2018
Sounds Of The City: Raising The Woof At The Puppy Party
Listen to the sounds of Danae Smith leading a puppy party at the Arizona Humane Society.
Feb. 1, 2018
 Biography Shows Laura Ingalls Wilder
Laura Ingalls Wilder is an archetype of the American frontier. But the real Wilder’s life was much darker and more difficult than the fictionalized version of her childhood self in her novels. That’s what Caroline Fraser depicts in her new biography of the author, "Prairie Fires: The American Dreams of Laura Ingalls Wilder."
Feb. 1, 2018
Old Town Scottsdale Gets New Brand
Scottsdale officials are embarking on a new branding campaign for part of the city, and have started referring to it as Old Town Scottsdale rather than Downtown Scottsdale or just Old Town. Here to talk about this is Karen Churchard, director of Scottsdale’s Tourism and Events Department.
Feb. 1, 2018
Habitat For Humanity CEO Talks Affordable Housing
Finding affordable housing can be a challenge for residents across the country, including here in the Valley. Habitat for Humanity International CEO Jonathan Reckford says cities have to start looking at new models for making sure people can have a safe, affordable place to live.
Feb. 1, 2018
 Documents Show Canadian Companies Fixed The Price Of Bread
Retailers in Canada allegedly conspired to fix the price of bread. Not just bread — but also bagels, naan, English muffins and even tortillas. Joining us now to explain more about what happened is Francine Kopun. She's a business reporter at the Toronto Star.
Feb. 1, 2018
Korea Experts Worry About Lack Of U.S. Ambassador To South Korea
With the Winter Olympics starting next week in Pyeongchang, some are calling attention to the fact that the U.S. does not have an ambassador in South Korea. Here to talk about this is Jung Pak, a senior fellow and the Korea chair at the Brookings Institution.
Feb. 1, 2018
 New Head Of The NSA A Likely Choice
The National Security Agency — or the NSA — is about to get a new leader, and Army Lt. Gen. Paul Nakasone is the likely choice, according to Patrick Tucker, Technology Editor for national security publication Defense One.
Feb. 1, 2018
 Ex-NBA Player Paul Shirley Publishes 2nd Book
Paul Shirley has traveled the world as a professional basketball player. That may sound glamorous, but it also meant he bounced around from team to team and country to country without any real firm commitments about how long he’d be able to last.
Feb. 1, 2018
How Disrupting Will New Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway, JPMorgan Chase Company Be to Health Care Industry?
Three companies – Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JPMorgan Chase – are banding together to create a non-profit that’ll provide health care for their employees. Joining me to talk about this is Jonathan Ketcham, a professor in the W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU.
Feb. 1, 2018
 Veterinarian Uses Bandage From Tilapia Skin To Help Animals Burned From Wildfires
The Thomas Fire in Southern California was one of the most destructive wildfires in the state’s history. Like any wildfire, it severely damaged the living conditions for wildlife, and many of the animals themselves were burned. So how they can be assisted in recovering? One northern California veterinarian came up with a unique kind of bandage — made from tilapia skin.
Feb. 1, 2018
 White House Director Of Media Affairs Discusses Immigration, Border Security
One year in, and the Trump administration is fighting some of the same battles it waged when first taking office, especially when it comes to immigration, border security and trade agreements. Joining me know to discuss that and other issues pertinent to our region is the White House’s Director of Media Affairs Helen Aguirre Ferre, one of the few Hispanic officials in the Trump administration.
Feb. 1, 2018
Untold Arizona
To commemorate Arizona’s birthday, we dispatched our reporters far and wide to bring you stories from the region you've probably never heard before. Listen Feb. 5-16, 2018 on KJZZ 91.5.
Feb. 1, 2018
Townsend On Shooter:
House Majority Whip Kelly Townsend says Rep. Shooter needs to resign, and that if he doesn’t by the time the House convenes later today, she’ll move to have him expelled. Rep. Townsend joins The Show's Mark Brodie to talk about this.
Feb. 1, 2018
Arizona House Votes To Expel Rep. Don Shooter
The Arizona House has voted to expel a Republican Rep. Don Shooter of Yuma over sexual harassment allegations.
Feb. 1, 2018
The Takeaway: How Unions Fracture Along Economic Lines
As workers in white-collar industries are increasingly unionizing, organizing efforts in lower wage industries have failed. What does this revelation say about the state of the divided American economy? Ruth Milkman, a sociologist of labor and labor movements at CUNY, discusses the divergent trends in union efforts.
Feb. 1, 2018
County Attorney: Not All Hamilton Victims Have Come Forward
Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery is ready to move forward in the Hamilton High School football sex assault case, but believes not all of the victims have come forward.
Feb. 1, 2018

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