KJZZ News

scottsdale airport
It’s not the biggest one in town — you might even say it flies a little bit under the radar. Hollywood stars who make their stop in the Valley certainly hope so. It’s history goes back to war time.
Sep. 18, 2015
As you’re making weekend plans, you may have noticed that now, more than ever, it seems that there are an endless number of festivals for you to choose from around the Valley.
Sep. 18, 2015
flu shot
The Centers for Disease Control and the Arizona Department of Health Services are urging people to get the flu vaccine now.
Sep. 18, 2015
The Phoenix Fire Department’s three special operations teams have responded to 1,137 calls for aid this year.
Sep. 18, 2015
Senior quarterback Mike Bercovici has been at Arizona State since 2011. He’s seen just about everything from the Devil Walk to the fans at Camp Fargo. But even he was blown away by the new student section configuration at Sun Devil Stadium.
Sep. 18, 2015
Michael Levine
Just in time for the Jewish high holidays, an historic Phoenix synagogue is being brought back to life by a developer known for preserving some of the city’s oldest buildings.
Sep. 18, 2015
VA Medical Center
One of the original whistleblowers in the Phoenix VA waiting list scandal said veterans lives are still being put in danger there because of inadequately trained emergency room nurses.
Sep. 18, 2015
Yuman desert fringe-toed lizard
Off-road vehicle traffic and residential development in southwestern Arizona could lead to endangered species protection for the Yuman desert fringe-toed lizard.
Sep. 18, 2015
More and more towns across the state are either banning or considering bans on the use of hand-held devices while driving.
Sep. 18, 2015
After 42 days, the management company that operates Tucson’s bus system finally came to an agreement with the transit workers union. Now the union and city leaders are grappling with how to prevent future strikes.
Sep. 18, 2015
Alan Stern
The principal investigator of NASA’s New Horizons mission will give the keynote speech at tonight’s opening events for the Flagstaff Festival of Science.
Sep. 18, 2015
Trevor Thornton
A nanometer is one billionth of a meter, and making technology nearly that small is popular in the Phoenix area. Thanks to new funding, an ASU laboratory may soon let anyone — maybe even you — develop nanotechnology.
Sep. 18, 2015
Flagstaff Festival of Science exhibit called "Fires of Change" is the result of more than year of collaboration between scientists and artists who want to open up a new perspective about wildfire.
Sep. 18, 2015
cover casino construction
A federal judge denied the Tohono O’odham Nation’s request for an injunction against state officials the tribal nation has accused of meddling in its plans to build a casino near Glendale.
Sep. 17, 2015
Sheriff Joe Arpaio
The automated telephone poll asked more than 600 respondents, “When it comes to Sheriff Joe Arpaio and the job he is doing, please tell me if you have a very favorable, somewhat favorable, somewhat unfavorable or very unfavorable opinion.”
Sep. 17, 2015
Arizona Corporation Commission logo
Three Arizona utility regulators could get disqualified from setting rates on rooftoop solar due to bias.
Sep. 17, 2015
Chandler logo
New rules could make it easier for food trucks in Chandler, and that could mean more food vendors downtown.
Sep. 17, 2015
The City of Phoenix is considering using a $16 million surplus in the general fund to hire 125 additional Phoenix police officers.
Sep. 17, 2015
Earlier this month, the Obama administration unveiled its college scorecard.
Sep. 17, 2015
Paolo Bacigalupi’s novel The Water Knife
Paolo Bacigalupi’s novel, The Water Knife, imagines a not too distant future in Phoenix where people fight in the streets to claim their fair share of water.
Sep. 17, 2015

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