Saying the most pressing need is keeping teachers in classrooms, the top teachers in Arizona want Gov. Doug Ducey to spend all of his new education dollars in a pay hike rather than spreading the cash around.
Last week we heard from Sheriff Paul Penzone about his plans for his first 100 days in office. KJZZ’s Jimmy Jenkins was at the press conference and sat down with the sheriff for a one-on-one interview.
The film "Jerry Maguire" made a big splash when it hit theaters 20 years ago, and probably no character had a bigger impact than Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Rod Tidwell, who demanded the team show him the money. Now, NFL Network has produced a special "A Football Life" documentary about Tidwell.
Starting today, low and moderate-income Valley residents can get free help with their income taxes. The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance, or VITA, program has been around for decades; last year, more than 260 volunteers helped prepare tax filings in the Phoenix area.
We often talk about not repeating history when it comes to the genocide carried out during World War II, or the inequities of Jim Crow Laws. But, one part of our country’s history that often seems lost are the slew of eugenics laws that made forced sterilization legal during much of the 20th century.
In a special meeting on Friday, the Arizona Board of Regents unanimously decided to support that budget, despite the fact that the funding provided to the state’s three public universities is still well short of its pre-recession levels.
President Trump isn't wasting any time in his first days in office. While he made some high-profile Cabinet picks official on day one, the Department of Housing and Urban Development made a quiet announcement that will affect many Americans with FHA loans. Sarah Edelman discusses what the action will mean for new home buyers.
How will Arizona schools receive their $5 billion in federal and state funds if there is no one at the Department of Education to turn on the computers? That’s a chief concern department spokesperson Stefan Swiat has after learning what the Governor has allocated for the agency’s I.T. department.
Arizona is known for its ability to help put objects in space, for science and for national security. A University of Arizona official is helping create rules about what happens to those objects after they get there.