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NM Regulators Reject Plans For $2B Power Lines
Regulators have rejected plans for $2 billion power lines that would run through Arizona and New Mexico. The proposed lines would funnel wind and solar energy from rural spots to more populated areas.
Sep. 7, 2018
Fontes Won
After thousands of voters across Maricopa County experienced delays and confusion on primary election day, Recorder Adrian Fontes took to Facebook and promised the release of a report explaining the cause for delay.
Sep. 7, 2018
Flake: Woods Would Be
Grant Woods, former Republican Arizona attorney general, announced this week that he may run for Senate in 2020 — as a Democrat. Republican Sen. Jeff Flake says Woods would be formidable.
Sep. 7, 2018
Several Suns Alumni Inducted Into Hall Of Fame
To understate it, the Phoenix Suns have struggled mightily on the court for nearly a decade — not making the playoffs for eight consecutive seasons. But prior to that, the organization was loaded with star players and impactful front office executives.
Sep. 7, 2018
Phoenix Looking For Creative Ideas For Vacant Bank Building
The City of Phoenix will soon ask for ideas to redevelop a mid-century building just east of downtown. The First National Bank of Arizona building on 24th Street, between Washington and Jefferson is empty now and a chain link fence is up around it to keep people out.
Sep. 7, 2018
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KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week.
Sep. 7, 2018
Forest Thinning Project Aims To Protect Water Supply
A number of state and federal agencies have joined forces on a plan to improve forest health and protect water supplies on the Mogollon Rim.
Sep. 7, 2018
How Much Should We Trust Political Poll Results?
Anthony Salvanto of CBS immerses himself in the numbers as the network’s elections and surveys director, and he explains his approach in the new book, "Where Did You Get This Number? A Pollster’s Guide to Making Sense of the World."
Sep. 7, 2018
County Recorder Says He Won
Last week, on election day, when a number of problems plagued 95 polling places across Maricopa, County Recorder Adrian Fontes repeatedly said he would get to the bottom of the problem, which he blamed on a technology contractor.
Sep. 7, 2018
The Takeaway: Will Trump
On Politics with Amy Walter, we're talking about the economy. Job creation and a booming economy are a huge part of what President Trump broadcasts about his administration at rallies and on Twitter. But are we really doing as well as the President claims?
Sep. 7, 2018
Monsoon Stories: Finale
Monsoon season in the Valley is coming to a close, mornings are starting to cool off and the air feels bone dry again. Throughout this series, we’ve heard from an artist, a photographer, a pair of architects, a ranger, a few scientists and, of course, from you.
Sep. 7, 2018
Court Will Again Consider Legality Of Arizona
A federal appeals court is going to give a Democratic activist one last chance to be able to argue that she and others should be able to "harvest'' ballots in the upcoming general election.
Sep. 7, 2018
Group: Reports Of Sex Abuse At Kids
A group formed in the wake of outrage over the separation of immigrant families at the Mexico border criticized an investigation by the state of Arizona into reports that some of those children were sexually abused at shelters.
Sep. 7, 2018
National Faculty Association Investigates MCCCD
Last February, the Maricopa Community College District governing board ended a faculty bargaining process called “meet and confer.” Now, a national organization of faculty in Washington, D.C. is coming to Phoenix to investigate.
Sep. 7, 2018
New Look Arizona Cardinals Hope To Fly Back To NFL Playoffs
Football season is here, and the Arizona Cardinals begin their 2018 regular season on Sunday at home against the Washington Redskins. The long-suffering NFL franchise hopes new faces and happy returns are in the Cards after being dealt a tough hand last season.
Sep. 7, 2018
Scouting Mission Begins For Proposed Rio Grande Trail
Hikers have embarked on a 500-mile expedition that will traverse New Mexico. The mission: Chart out the best route and identify what challenges might lay ahead as the state moves closer to establishing the Rio Grande Trail.
Sep. 7, 2018
Changing Woman, Part 2: The Historian
In the second episode of Changing Woman, we meet Navajo historian Jennifer Denetdale. Through her story and the book she wrote about her great-great-great-grandparents, we will better understand how women’s power has been repressed.
Part One | Hear The Podcast
Sep. 7, 2018
Health Care Concerns Remain In AZ Prisons
After four and a half years, the Parson vs. Ryan prison health care settlement continues to drag on in federal court. The case is now on its second judge.
Sep. 6, 2018
Mayo Clinic
In a statement, Mayo Clinic announced the $648 million expansion will add 1.4 million square feet of building space. It will also increase inpatient beds and create more than 2,000 new jobs, including some 200 new physicians by 2029.
Sep. 6, 2018
Trump Administration Wants To Replace Flores Settlement
President Donald Trump’s administration wants to be freed from a decades-old court agreement dealing with undocumented immigrant children in federal custody, and officials say the government’s new proposal will guarantee kids get dignity and respect.
Sep. 6, 2018

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