KJZZ News

Nevada Governor Eyeing I-11 As Political Litmus Test
Interstate 11, the proposed freeway between Phoenix and Las Vegas, could become an issue in the 2016 presidential campaign. And it apparently will, if Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval has his way.
Mar. 3, 2014
Courts To Test Analytical System For Pre-Trial Release
Five courts around the state will be trying out a new system to help judges decide whether it’s safe to release a criminal defendant prior to a trial.
Mar. 3, 2014
Despite Water Crisis, Some Farmers Export Crops
Federal officials are cutting off water to some California farms stuck in the worst drought on record. At the same time Arizona farmers are irrigating their fields with the diminishing Colorado River. They’re using the water to grow most of the country’s winter vegetables, and even shipping some crops to China.
Mar. 3, 2014
Navajo Nation Still Without Casino Deal
The Navajo Nation may have to wait another year to get a gambling compact with the state of New Mexico. With an expiration date of 2016 on the current compact, Navajo officials are getting nervous about the future of their investments.
Mar. 3, 2014
Cellphone Bill Aimed At Teen Drivers
Arizona legislators will vote once again Monday on a bill that would limit the use of cellphones while driving. This time, the effort is aimed at teenage drivers.
Mar. 3, 2014
Phoenix Presents Bid For The 2016 Republican National Convention
Representatives from the Arizona Republican Party, city of Phoenix and state tourism bureau will travel to Washington, D.C. on Monday.
Mar. 3, 2014
More Than Two Miles Of Greenway Parkway To Be Closed
A major thoroughfare in North Phoenix will be closed for six months starting Monday.
Mar. 3, 2014
Human Trafficking Ambassador Visits
Arizona officials have long worried about human trafficking, and with the Super Bowl coming to Glendale next year, those efforts are expected to ramp up even more.
Feb. 28, 2014
Report: Arizona Vacancy Rate For Rental Housing
The U.S. Census Bureau this week came out with some new numbers on housing.
Feb. 28, 2014
Glendale Mayor Delivers State Of The City Address
Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers delivered his State of the City address Thursday night.
Feb. 28, 2014
Saving The Citrus
A neighborhood in Sun City is saying goodbye to one of Arizona’s legendary five “Cs”—citrus.
Feb. 28, 2014
Phoenix Bucket List: Biltmore
Since we are all getting older, let's tick off another item on the Phoenix bucket list.
Feb. 28, 2014
Measure Would Allow Loggers To Thin Trees On State Lands
Last year’s deadly Yarnell Hill Wildfire has prompted state lawmakers to take action.
Feb. 28, 2014
Rain Predicted This Weekend
The Valley has not seen rain in 70 days.
Feb. 28, 2014
Who Will Replace Pastor?
Eleven-term Congressman Ed Pastor of Phoenix surprised pretty much everyone on Thursday when he announced he would not be running again.
Feb. 28, 2014
Stanton Discusses Transforming Downtown Phoenix
If you've spent any time in downtown Phoenix over the last few years, you have probably passed empty lots being developed and old buildings getting new life.
Feb. 28, 2014
Tempe Passes Nondiscrimination Ordinance
Tempe passed a nondiscrimination ordinance Thursday night.
Feb. 28, 2014
Did You Know: Arboretum Is The Oldest State Public Garden
If there was ever an award for the world’s best backyard, the place we are taking you to next would have to win it.
Feb. 28, 2014
On The Ledge: In SB1062 Aftermath
It is time to step out onto the ledge, with the goings-on at the state Capitol.
Feb. 28, 2014
Herberger Theater Offers Lunch And A Show
It's lunch time in downtown Phoenix, and there are a lot of places to choose from.
Feb. 28, 2014

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