KJZZ News

This week Phoenix has record hot temperatures and energy usage. Salt River Project reported demand for energy Wednesday peaked.
Jul. 25, 2014
Tempe’s Maple Ash neighborhood is one of the city’s oldest surviving neighborhoods, and historic preservation advocates say its character is in danger.
Jul. 25, 2014
The Phoenix Police Department is changing how it will patrol neighborhoods this fall. Police Chief Daniel Garcia has approved new precinct boundaries to cope with a shortage of officers.
Jul. 25, 2014
Robrt Pela reviews two summer plays at Actors Theatre: "The Book Club Play" and "The Cottage."
Jul. 25, 2014
During the last 45 minutes of Arizona inmate Joseph Wood’s nearly two-hour execution, his attorneys tried to get a federal judge to halt it, arguing it was cruel and unusual.
Jul. 25, 2014
It’s become the symbol for the town and its college. And for more than 50 years, it has also been a landmark for one of the state’s most famous sports rivalries.
Jul. 25, 2014
Scottsdale-based Meritage Homes saw a big profit boost, but it was among many other builders that are struggling in Arizona.
Jul. 24, 2014
The case is one of the most high-profile cases against an Arizona businessman for employing unauthorized workers.
Jul. 24, 2014
Governor Jan Brewer ordered a review of the state’s execution process after what some are saying was a botched execution Wednesday.
Jul. 24, 2014
Supporters of Israel showed up for a rally in downtown Phoenix Thursday afternoon. Many of those attending said Israel is the target of terrorists and has to defend itself.
Jul. 24, 2014
A new study finds groundwater losses from the Colorado River basin appear massive enough to threaten long-term supplies for the seven states and parts of Mexico that draw water from the basin.
Jul. 24, 2014
A new streetcar system will start running Thursday in Tucson.
Jul. 24, 2014
Arizona congressman Matt Salmon said he is co-sponsoring legislation to deal with the flood of unaccompanied Central American children that have been crossing the border.
Jul. 24, 2014
ADOT is starting the next part of an extensive study on a proposed freeway that would connect Phoenix and Las Vegas, but the agency is short on money for the research project.
Jul. 24, 2014
The Phoenix Fire Department has performed 133 mountain rescues this year, compared to 153 in all of last year.
Jul. 24, 2014
As the next few days bring near-record heat to the Valley, most residents know to drink water and stay inside when possible. But if you have to be outside, be aware of the surfaces you surround yourself with.
Jul. 23, 2014
The consulate said the large number of Guatemalan children held in a Border Patrol facility in Nogales put more urgency on opening an office nearby.
Jul. 23, 2014
An Arizona inmate is dead after a controversial execution that lasted almost two hours.
Jul. 23, 2014
Statistics from the Arizona Department of Health Services show more than 50,000 medical marijuana cards have been issued in the state since April 2011.
Jul. 23, 2014
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission is supporting legislation that would make closing fish hatcheries more difficult. The agency’s chairman was in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday testifying in favor of the bill.
Jul. 23, 2014

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