KJZZ News

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The Arizona Supreme Court has sided with former Attorney General Tom Horne, and his aide, Kathleen Winn – they’d challenged a $400,000 fine for violations of campaign finance law.
May. 25, 2017
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Following the 2008 housing crisis and subsequent recession, Phoenix had one of the highest rates of disconnected youths — young people ages 16 to 24 who are both out of school and not working. So, Phoenix took action.
May. 25, 2017
birdhouse
Listen to the sounds of Koryn Woodward-Wasson teaching people how to make birdhouses from books at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library.
May. 25, 2017
More college students across the country are seeking out mental health services. Dr. Aaron Krasnow, Associate VP and Director of ASU’s Health and Counseling Services, talks on The Show about what he’s seen at his school.
May. 25, 2017
Pinal Fire
Efforts to fight a wildfire near Globe are being hindered, but not by weather conditions. Drones are getting in the way of crews battling the Pinal Fire.
May. 25, 2017
Death rates from Alzheimer’s disease increased by more than 50 percent from 1999 to 2014, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
May. 25, 2017
Canvas Tents At Sheriff Joe Arpaio's Tent City
When Sheriff Paul Penzone took office this year, he identified the Tent City Jail as his No. 1 priority. He formed a committee to look at the positives and negatives of the facility and, ultimately, decided to shut it down.
May. 25, 2017
An independent investigation into allegations of document tampering and email monitoring at MCCCD found no evidence to support the claims, but did find "very serious departmental issues within the District." KJZZ’s education reporter Carrie Jung read the 145-page investigation report and explains the findings.
May. 25, 2017
Downtown Phoenix
U.S. Census Bureau population estimates once again flip flopped with Phoenix taking the 5th spot and Philadelphia moving back to 6th.
May. 25, 2017
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The debate over immigration surrounds the proposed building of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border — and its effect on the business world is still at the center of the conversation.
May. 25, 2017
An East Valley roadway is set to reopen Thursday afternoon. The northbound lanes of Gilbert Road between Thomas Road and State Route 87 were closed after the release of Salt River Project water washed them out.
May. 25, 2017
Ryan Winkle
Mesa City Councilman Ryan Winkle was arrested earlier this month on suspicion of driving under the influence.
May. 25, 2017
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New numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau show Phoenix edged ahead of Philadelphia — the city now has more than 1.6 million residents.
May. 25, 2017
The technology to allow filmmakers and others in the entertainment world to use actors who are not actually on set is improving quickly — but with that comes a number of ethical questions.
May. 25, 2017
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When a flu epidemic started spreading at the Only Human office, they decided to do what's right: trace it back to patient zero.
May. 25, 2017
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In 2017 alone, more than 59,000 migrants and refugees have risked their lives to reach Europe. Of those that have attempted the journey, an estimated 1,500 are feared drowned.
May. 25, 2017
Psyche robotic craft
NASA’s mission to 16 Psyche, the solar system’s only known iron-nickel asteroid, will launch in the summer of 2022, one year earlier than originally planned.
May. 25, 2017
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The bureau says Phoenix's increase of 32,113 from 2015 to 2016 was the largest one-year numerical population increase for U.S. cities with populations of 50,000 or more.
May. 25, 2017
The U.S. Treasury Department froze the assets Wednesday of a Mexican drug trafficking ring that is accused of selling heroin in the United States.
May. 25, 2017
wild horses
Trump budget proposes the United States will save $10 million rounding up and selling wild horses across Southwest states.
May. 25, 2017

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