When Phoenix launched its Bike Share program in November, there were about 100 bikes stationed at 27 hubs dotting the downtown area. In the three months since it kicked off, the city now has more than 350 bikes at 40 stations and the plan is to keep expanding.
City council members in Tucson voted unanimously to look for a new site to house activists protesting the city’s urban camping laws. The move is parts of a larger effort officials are taking to address homelessness in Tucson.
SolarCity filed an antitrust lawsuit against Salt River Project in federal court on Monday. The company's goal is to eliminate SRP's new charge on solar customers that was approved as part of a rate increase last week.
The Navajo Nation has filed a petition with the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights against the United States government for allowing a Flagstaff ski resort to make snow out of reclaimed waste water on what they consider a sacred mountain.
KJZZ is partnering with the Arizona Republic to bring you the Arizona Storytellers project on the radio. Storytellers in Phoenix share their stories at live events in town. Some of the stories are about living here, some are not.
The Texas Department of Public Safety is looking to fill vacancies along the U.S.-Mexico border with fresh recruits. The agency is accepting applications for an accelerated training program set to begin this summer.
Monday’s winter storm that dumped several inches of snow in and around Flagstaff has finally moved out of the area. Despite some tough driving conditions, Arizona Department of Transportation spokesman Tom Herrmann says there were no major accidents.