KJZZ News

Preparing For Our Digital Afterlife
Our lives have become more digital, between email, social media accounts, sharing photos and any number of other things, but what happens to all of that when we die?
Jan. 3, 2014
Did You Know: Arizona Symbols
What comes to mind when you think about Arizona? The hot weather, cactus and citrus, but there is more to Arizona.
Jan. 3, 2014
Phoenix City Council Welcomes New Members
Flipping the calendar to 2014 also means the work of some of Arizona’s elected officials is getting restarted.
Jan. 3, 2014
Judge Ruling On Border Laptop Seizures Creates Different Rules Across the Country
The American Civil Liberties Union is considering an appeal after a federal judge threw out a lawsuit that tried to stop America’s port inspectors from seizing laptops at the nation’s borders without good reason to do so.
Jan. 3, 2014
Trio Of Golden Eagles Released Near Mayer
Three golden eagles were released into the wild near Prescott Friday morning.
Jan. 3, 2014
Babeu: Highway Funds Need To Be Used For Highway Improvements
Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu is calling on Arizona lawmakers to stop diverting money from the Highway User Revenue Fund to the Department of Public Safety, so the counties can use the money for its intended purpose.
Jan. 3, 2014
Check Status Of Flights Before Going To Airport
Sky Harbor Airport officials are warning travelers and those who may be picking them up at the airport to check the status of flights going to, coming from or connecting on the East Coast.
Jan. 3, 2014
Full Court To Examine Measure Banning Bail
A federal appeals court will hear new arguments about whether Arizona voters can legally ban bail for some people charged with crimes who are not in the United States legally.
Jan. 3, 2014
Officer In Critical Condition
Phoenix police have identified the officer involved in a New Year’s Eve shooting after he tried to stop the car of some armed robbery suspects. Thirty-four-year-old Officer Scott Sefranka is a seven-year veteran, who was shot when one of the suspects grabbed his weapon, according to Commander Louis Tovar.
Jan. 3, 2014
Mesa City Council Approves Pay Hikes
The next mayor and city council in Mesa will make a lot more money. The current city council approved the pay hikes last month.
Jan. 3, 2014
Ethanol Leaking From Tanker
Ethanol is still leaking from a railcar near downtown Phoenix. The fire department responded to the leak in a Union Pacific rail yard at 4 a.m. on Friday.
Jan. 3, 2014
American Airlines To Keep Old Logo
American Airlines employees voted to keep the airline’s one year old logo. The Texas based carrier merged with Tempe based U.S. Airways last year.
Jan. 3, 2014
Grid Bike Share Launch In Phoenix Delayed
Beta testing is underway for the bike share program that’s rolling out in three Valley cities, but riders in Phoenix won’t be able to rent the bikes as early as was hoped for.
Jan. 2, 2014
Expanded Health Care Doesnt Expand Patient Numbers - Yet
Health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act went into effect Jan. 1, around the country and here in Arizona. But Valley hospitals say the number of people receiving medical care hasn’t changed – yet.
Jan. 2, 2014
Litter Of Lions Born At Reid Park Zoo In Tucson
In an effort to make sure there is as little stress on the mother and cubs as possible, she says it’ll be 6-8 weeks before the cubs are put on exhibit.
Jan. 2, 2014
Arizona Population Among Youngest
New numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show Arizona has one of the younger populations in the country.
Jan. 2, 2014
Tony Bennett On Making Love to His Music
Whenever they (fans) tell me they make love to my music, I tell them to do one for me." Interview by Jeanne Wolf, 1991.
Jan. 2, 2014
Comedian Chris Elliott On Family Comedy
"I can remember trying to impress my dad with my sense of humor. Sometimes succeeding, sometimes failing." Interview by Jane Borden, 2008.
Jan. 2, 2014
McCain Wants Afghan President To Sign Security Agreement
Arizona Sen. John McCain, in Afghanistan with several other U.S. senators, said they have warned Afghan President Hamid Karzai about the consequences of failing to sign a key security agreement with the United States.
Jan. 2, 2014
Arizona Border Search Case May Go To The Supreme Court
A Tucson lawyer has asked the United States Supreme Court to take up a case that may help determine just how thoroughly border officials can search electronics from U.S. citizens without reasonable suspicion.
Jan. 2, 2014

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