KJZZ News

How Does Light Rail Impact Businesses, Artists?
The planned extension of the South Phoenix light rail has been at the center of the city budget debates as many small business owners along South Central Avenue have protested the expansion and its current design plans.
Jun. 28, 2018
Senate Expert On Supreme Court Nomination
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement announcement has led to speculation about who President Trump might nominate to replace him, as well as pressure from both the left and the right to either try to block or confirm that nominee.
Jun. 28, 2018
Pediatricians Worried About Kids Separated At Border
Children are still in detention centers, and that has some pediatricians worried about how that’ll affect their health.
Jun. 28, 2018
Podcast Playlist: Lost In Translation
Learn how language can sometimes be frustrating, awkward and downright confusing.
Jun. 28, 2018
The Takeaway: Without Kennedy As The Swing Vote, What
On Wednesday, on the last day of the term, Justice Anthony Kennedy announced his retirement. Kennedy, who is 81, will serve until the end of July.
Jun. 28, 2018
Review Of
New relationships can be filled with passion but apparently ... begin with punctuation. Theater Critic Robrt Pela has a review of this new play.
Jun. 28, 2018
Court Rules Marijuana Resin Illegal
State Court of Appeals decision could force Arizonans using medical marijuana in edible form to smoke it instead.
Jun. 28, 2018
Court: Shooter Can Run Again
The justices said Don Shooter's name can appear on the ballot in the Aug. 28 Republican primary.
Jun. 28, 2018
Blind AZ Couple Fight For Accessibility Awareness
When the Americans with Disabilities Act became law in 1990, it decreed that people will have access to jobs, businesses and public spaces, regardless of their disability. 30 years later, people like Darrell and Allison Hilliker are still fighting to make sure that promise is kept.
Jun. 28, 2018
Phoenix Council Passes Budget
With three days left in the fiscal year, the Phoenix City Council has approved a new operating budget to take effect July 1.
Jun. 28, 2018
Family Awarded After Girl Hit By Police Car
Nearly two years after a tragic accident involving a Phoenix police officer and a young girl, the city has settled a $10 million lawsuit.
Jun. 27, 2018
Some HOAs Strive For Green Fields, Conservation
Lawns and landscaping are polarizing symbols when talking about water use in the desert. Some communities are paying homeowners to rip out their grass. Others are trying to save water on the green fields that residents adore.
Jun. 27, 2018
Political Violence In Mexico’s Presidential Race
A state assembly candidate in southern Mexico has been killed in an ambush of his vehicle, according to officials and local media reports.
Jun. 27, 2018
Reunification Deadlines A Tall Task For Administration
President Donald Trump’s administration faces hard deadlines for reuniting migrant families separated at the border, and the former U.S. Attorney for Arizona says it’s a long shot the government can meet the court-ordered benchmarks.
Jun. 27, 2018
Pediatricians Fear For Health Of Separated Children
Traumatic experiences increase the risk of depression, anxiety and suicide among children.
Jun. 27, 2018
Ranchers Hope To Ease Cattle Export To Sonora For Slaughter
The regional cattle union in Sonora is asking Mexican agricultural officials to ease the import of Arizona cattle for slaughter in Hermosillo.
Jun. 27, 2018
Bureau Of Reclamation Commissioner Visits Arizona
The commissioner of the federal Bureau of Reclamation will be in Tempe on Thursday to help Arizona water agencies renew drought talks.
Jun. 27, 2018
Department Of Insurance Warns Consumers To Check Their Policy
Ballooning ambulance costs are leaving the insured uncovered for thousands of dollars.
Jun. 27, 2018
Final Day Of Campaigning Before Mexico
In Mexico, Wednesday is officially the last day of campaigning for the country’s next president. Jorge Valencia from KJZZ’s Mexico City Bureau has been reporting on the campaigns and joined The Show this morning to talk about it.
Jun. 27, 2018
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The World Health Organization announced last week that it was officially classifying “gaming disorder” as a mental health condition in its 11th edition of its International Classification of Diseases. But not all psychologists agree with the move.
Jun. 27, 2018

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