KJZZ News

Phoenix Man Thanks Veterans By Restoring Bronze Grave Markers
A Phoenix man who never served in the military himself found a unique way to say thanks to those vets who are no longer with us.
Nov. 9, 2017
ASU Working To Integrate Veterans Into University Community
Arizona State University is in the midst of its Salute to Service, and the university has been working to integrate veterans into its community.
Nov. 9, 2017
How Extreme Weather Events Can Impact U.S. National Security
The debate about climate change has partially been focused on its economic consequences. But what about national security?
Nov. 9, 2017
How Photographer Gets Creative With Dust, Sugar — Even A Riverbed
The photographer Vik Muniz has become known for the double meanings in his photos. He has shaped cotton to look like clouds. Or stenciled chocolate to look like famous paintings.
Nov. 9, 2017
Former Real Estate Executive Gets Prison Sentence For Fake Accounting
The former chief financial officer of a Phoenix-based real estate company was sentenced to 18 months in prison on Wednesday after being found guilty of deceiving investors.
Nov. 9, 2017
Alice Cooper Talks
Alice Cooper is getting ready to host his 16th annual Christmas Pudding concert, with proceeds benefit his Solid Rock Teen Center, which offers kids free music, dance and vocational programs.
Nov. 9, 2017
The Takeaway: A Deadly Error
The Pentagon is supposed to report felonies to the federal gun database, but the Air Force has admitted that an oversight lapse made it easier for gunman Devin Kelley to buy his weapons.
Nov. 9, 2017
Mexican Ambassador: Mexico Values Its Relationship With AZ
Mexico's ambassador to the United States says those concerned about deteriorating relations between the two neighbors need to speak up.
Nov. 9, 2017
Temporary Protected Status Has AZ Man Trapped In Constant Limbo
DHS grants TPS for three reasons: safety concerns due to an ongoing armed conflict, an environmental disaster or other extraordinary conditions. TPS can last for periods of 6, 12 or 18 months. Salvadorans, who make up the largest number of TPS recipients, will learn their fate in January.
Nov. 9, 2017
 Ducey Supports Investigation Of Sexual Harassment In Legislature
Gov. Doug Ducey says he supports an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment in the state Legislature.
Nov. 9, 2017
Microsoft
Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates bought almost 20,000 acres of West Valley real estate, spending around $80 million.
Nov. 8, 2017
Tusayan Rejects Ballot Measure To Allow Tall Buildings
Voters in a gateway community to Grand Canyon National Park have rejected a ballot measure that would have led to big changes in the tiny Tusayan.
Nov. 8, 2017
Hopi Chairman Criticizes Lifting Uranium Mining Ban Near Grand Canyon
The chairman of the Hopi tribe says he's disappointed about a federal recommendation to lift the 20-year ban on uranium mining on public land outside Grand Canyon National Park.
Nov. 8, 2017
DHS Nominee Differs From Her Boss on Border Security
President Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Homeland Security Department had her first confirmation hearing Wednesday.
Nov. 8, 2017
Sound-Barrier Construction Begins On South Mountain Freeway
A year after construction began for the South Mountain Freeway, crews are beginning work on sound-reduction measures along the roadway.
Nov. 8, 2017
Bill Would Boost Cyber Defenses Of Arizona Election Systems
With 2018 midterms looming and the public still unsure about the safety of election equipment, two U.S. senators, Sens. Martin Heinrich of New Mexico and Susan Collins of Maine, have introduced legislation to boost the cyber defenses of state election systems, including an a feature where members of the public try and hack the system on their own.
Nov. 8, 2017
Eller College of Management Dean: Education Cycle Now K-80
We are in the midst of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. It’s considered to be building on the third, which focused on using electronics and IT for automation. Technological changes are happening quickly, and are redefining how many of us live and work.
Nov. 8, 2017
Groups Sue Over Arizona
The Arizona Secretary of State’s Office and Maricopa County Recorder’s Office have been named in a lawsuit filed by the Campaign Legal Center and two other groups on behalf of Arizona Students Association and the League of United Latin American Citizens.
Nov. 8, 2017
Phoenix Councilwoman Stark Confident Council Will Be On Board With Pharmaceutical Lawsuit
Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton and Councilwomen Thelda Williams and Debra Stark started the process to take legal action against pharmaceutical companies and distributors on Tuesday. They say those groups helped create the national opioid epidemic.
Nov. 8, 2017
McSally Appears Set To Enter GOP Senate Primary
It appears the Arizona Republican primary in next year’s open U.S. Senate race is about to get a bit more crowded.
Nov. 8, 2017

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