KJZZ News

Secretary of State Michele Reagan will no longer enforce a law designed to give targets of last-minute political “attack ads” time to respond.
May. 28, 2015
U.S. Postal Service logo
The main post office in Prescott is being renamed to honor former Sen. Barry Goldwater.
May. 28, 2015
U.S. Customs and Border Protection
The ACLU and faith leaders are calling on two southern Arizona counties to end the practice of sending some rescue calls to the U.S. Border Patrol while responding to others.
May. 28, 2015
sand dunes
A third of the Navajo Nation is now covered with sand dunes — the result of climate change. Roads, corrals, entire homes have been buried in sand, creating what President Obama calls “climate change refugees.”
May. 28, 2015
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The possibility of a shortage on the Colorado River is forcing some tough decisions about how to keep agriculture viable as the drought deepens.
May. 28, 2015
Hopi
Arizona’s Congressional delegation is asking the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice to join the effort to stop the sale of Hopi artifacts at a Paris auction house next month.
May. 27, 2015
An ex-Los Angeles police officer wanted for murder is being held in an El Paso County jail after being arrested across the border in Mexico. His arrest was a result of a months-long bi-national investigation.
May. 27, 2015
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Arizona is trying to get more people to become foster care parents. A commission has been formed to address some of the most pressing needs.
May. 27, 2015
Grand Canyon University
Grand Canyon University athletes and coaches will be decked out in Nike gear starting next school year through a new five-year sponsorship deal.
May. 27, 2015
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Maricopa County is not asking for the federal judge in charge of Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s civil contempt case to remove himself.
May. 27, 2015
Governor Doug Ducey has announced the members of the Classrooms First Initiative Council, which Ducey will co-chair with Jim Swanson, president and CEO of Kitchell Corporation.
May. 27, 2015
Andrew Pulsipher
Valley resident Andrew Pulsipher, who is HIV positive, attracted worldwide attention earlier this month when he posted a photo featuring himself, his wife and their three kids.
May. 27, 2015
When the Valley was struggling with a hepatitis outbreak in the late 1970s and early 1980s, it was determined that a public service announcement with a catchy (some would say annoying) jingle could do the trick and limit the spread of the illness.
May. 27, 2015
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We asked Elizabeth Ortiz, executive director of the Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys Advisory Council and Dan Peitzmeyer of the grass-roots group Death Penalty Alternatives for Arizona.
May. 27, 2015
Ann Kirkpatrick
U.S. Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick has decided to jump into the 2016 Senate race to challenge incumbent Sen. John McCain — presuming McCain defeats any GOP primary opponents.
May. 27, 2015
Ground beef from a Tucson company is being recalled. The Arizona Department of Agriculture said the ground beef could be contaminated with E-coli. The recall is limited to customers in Tucson.
May. 27, 2015
The Arizona Supreme Court will hear a case about how driving under the influence laws apply to medical marijuana users. Under current law, card holders can be charged with a DUI if any amount of the drug is present in his or her system.
May. 27, 2015
New Mexico's attorney general and a district attorney will prosecute two officers who reportedly beat a man detained at the Las Cruces Police Department.
May. 27, 2015
A group of river rafters in search of old mining equipment on a hike at the Grand Canyon came across something unexpected during a recent trip: the wreckage of a small aircraft with bones scattered nearby.
May. 27, 2015
The State Library has awarded nearly $541,000 of grants to 24 county and municipal library systems in Arizona.
May. 27, 2015

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