KJZZ News

Arizona Lottery logo
State lottery revenue across the country has either stagnated or fallen over the last decade for most states, but not so for Arizona.
Jun. 14, 2016
palm trees
A California-based company is on its way to becoming the first business to open at Phoenix’s Resource Innovation Campus. A city subcommittee voted Tuesday to recommend the full council approve the deal when it meets next week.
Jun. 14, 2016
hockey puck and players
There has been speculation the Arizona Coyotes may be leaving Glendale after next season, but it appears they won’t end up in neighboring Nevada.
Jun. 14, 2016
hot Thermometer
Phoenix has experienced record-breaking heat already this month, and another heatwave is forecast in the next week. That made us wonder, exactly how hot is it supposed to be in June?
Jun. 14, 2016
Skyline High School says Jason Benjamin Josaphat graduated in 2014. A tweet from the school’s athletic department called him an “amazing young man, always with a smile on his face.”
Jun. 14, 2016
Navajo Nation seal
Navajo Nation leaders are firming up plans to meet with Donald Trump when he visits Arizona on Saturday. Campaign officials told the tribe that the Republican presidential candidate is open to meeting with Navajo lawmakers.
Jun. 14, 2016
Tonto National Forest
A central Arizona forest that's popular with off-road enthusiasts has released a decision that designates what roads are open and closed to motorized travel.
Jun. 14, 2016
overhead sprinklers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is researching how different irrigation techniques work in the desert. The Ak-Chin Indian Community is already using one technology has seen a huge increase in water-efficient farming.
Jun. 14, 2016
As part of a national campaign to address prescription painkiller and opioid abuse, Dr. Vivek Murthy is trying to get buy-ins from doctors, policy makers and the public to spend more on treatment programs.
Jun. 14, 2016
Kaibab National Forest
Campfire and smoking restrictions will begin Wednesday in four of Arizona’s National Forests, in response to summer weather conditions.
Jun. 13, 2016
Uber app
As we continue our celebration of the working life, we’re looking at the people who do the jobs that you sometimes don’t see or don’t think about. Today, ride-sharing drivers.
Jun. 13, 2016
Some Arizonans are donating blood for the first time to help victims of the shooting in Orlando, Florida.
Jun. 13, 2016
The Democratic National Committee, a plaintiff in a lawsuit accusing Arizona of suppressing voters during the state’s Presidential Preference Election, has asked a federal judge to issue a preliminary injunction against the state.
Jun. 13, 2016
A new forest of cottonwoods and willows
Sycamore Canyon was designated a wilderness area in 1972 and has expanded to more than 50,000 acres.
Jun. 13, 2016
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Construction started on a new mixed-use building in downtown Gilbert last week called Building 313. The building will include a co-working space for women.
Jun. 13, 2016
A look back at conversations with the Phoenix attorneys involved in the case.
Jun. 13, 2016
phoenix police department logo
Sgt. Trent Crump hangs his badge up for good this week as he retires from the force. The main point of his job? "Tell the truth. It's very simple."
Jun. 13, 2016
A U.S. citizen is suing U.S. Customs and Border Protection and Holy Cross Hospital in Nogales, Arizona, after she says she was detained for seven hours, strip searched, then forced to submit to an anal and vaginal probe.
Jun. 13, 2016
Dr. Ann Weaver Hart
University of Arizona President Ann Weaver Hart has decided she won’t seek a contract extension. Her current pact expires in 2018.
Jun. 13, 2016
Arizona’s 2014 election cycle included a lot of allegations related to dark money spending in several races—including the competition to be on the Arizona Corporation Commission.
Jun. 13, 2016

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