KJZZ News

Freeway ramps were closed and pepper spray was used Friday night during a protest in downtown Phoenix.
Jul. 9, 2016
Lydia's crib
Lydia Joy Ziel’s heartbeat was loud in the womb, and that gave her parents comfort every time they listened in through machines at the hospital.
Jul. 8, 2016
Local law enforcement and Phoenix leaders have asked the organizer to reschedule, citing poor timing and a lack of planning.
Jul. 8, 2016
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio
The judge set a July 22 hearing for the four defendants found in contempt to make their case why the judge should not refer the case to a prosecutor to pursue criminal contempt charges.
Jul. 8, 2016
Legislation was introduced Wednesday in the U.S. Senate that would impose stiffer penalties on those who export sacred Native American artifacts
Jul. 8, 2016
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A Pinal County man accused of sexually assaulting 13 high school classmates is now eligible for bond.
Jul. 8, 2016
The shuttering of the immigration court in Eloy and the restrictions at the neighboring detention center after an ongoing measles outbreak, is creating a backlog of cases. That's impacting the more than 1,200 immigrant detainees inside.
Jul. 8, 2016
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Health officials confirmed a person has died from rabbit fever in Coconino County. This is the first case of tularemia, or rabbit fever, in the county this year and the first death in more than a decade.
Jul. 8, 2016
Visit new Phoenix Convention Center Executive Chef Masood Shirmohammadi.
Jul. 8, 2016
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The Arizona Diamondbacks may have been the big winner in Major League Baseball’s off season, but after the off-season hype, the Diamondbacks find themselves tied for last place in the National League West.
Jul. 8, 2016
health
Earlier this week, the White House announced plans to provide $1.1 billion to fight opioid abuse—including prescriptions and heroin. Arizona will receive $21 million under the plan.
Jul. 8, 2016
Lights in Phoenix are in the process of changing to LEDs. A public comment period ended on June 30 and the respondents split almost down the middle.
Jul. 8, 2016
Police departments issuing new safety protocol, community leaders call for training changes and "open and honest dialogue" about race relations.
Jul. 8, 2016
Ashlynne Mike
The Navajo Nation is creating its own Amber Alert plan to respond to kidnappings like the one that resulted in a young girl’s death in May. It would be the first of its kind in the country.
Jul. 8, 2016
Mahin Khan
Mahin Khan, 18, was arrested last week at his home on charges of conspiring to commit acts of terrorism in both Pima and Maricopa counties.
Jul. 8, 2016
fish
Fish and frogs swim slower when they’re exposed to pesticides, according to a review study by two Northern Arizona University biologists.
Jul. 8, 2016
The murals inside the Desert View Watchtower tell the stories of American Indians who once lived in the area. The Grand Canyon Association says water leaks have badly damaged the artwork.
Jul. 8, 2016
Mexico is making it harder to import used cars from the U.S., angering hundreds of importers along the border whose livelihoods depend the revival and resale of America's four-wheeled rejects.
Jul. 8, 2016
The Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law filed a motion Thursday for a preliminary injunction calling for election administration plans to be submitted by the secretary of state and Maricopa County officials.
Jul. 8, 2016
The Mesa Chamber of Commerce says local businesses are being targeted and sued for violating the Americans with Disabilities Act. But the plaintiffs in these cases say after 26 years of being in existence, businesses should comply with the ADA for one simple reason: It’s the law.
Jul. 8, 2016

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