KJZZ News

People at Sky Harbor
Officials at Sky Harbor Airport will be posting security line wait times for Terminals 2 and 4.
Sep. 29, 2016
Tonopah is an unincorporated area west of Buckeye where local egg production company Hickman's built a huge egg facility in 2014. It houses over four million chickens, and locals have opposed it since the beginning, saying the ammonia odors and other emissions have threatened health and livelihood.
Sep. 29, 2016
zoolights setup
Listen to the sounds of Justin Davis setting up this year’s Zoolights display at the Phoenix Zoo.
Sep. 29, 2016
Sky Harbor
In August, air traffic controllers at Sky Harbor started texting certain instructions to airline pilots instead of using radio transmissions, but it's not exactly texting and flying.
Sep. 29, 2016
Arizona law bars the use of public resources to try to influence elections. Ryan Anderson, press aide to Attorney General Mark Brnovich, said the action raises questions.
Sep. 29, 2016
Sheriff Joe Arpaio speaks to supporters
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio has raised a stunning $12 million for his re-election campaign, but will that be enough to win a seventh term?
Sep. 29, 2016
Douglas
Sonora state police arrested Vladimir Arzate Tuesday night near Agua Prieta, across the border from Douglas, Ariz.
Sep. 28, 2016
Summer Ends Music Festival
The Azz Izz Band was a popular group at Valley venues and beyond for more than a decade. The band had a reggae sound, steel drums and a party vibe. Now some of the crew is back together and performing as Sugahbeat.
Sep. 28, 2016
Donald Trump, Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and Reverend Jarrett Maupin are three examples who of people are closely covered by media, but are they always “newsworthy”?
Sep. 28, 2016
cross religion religious
An order of nuns that has been in Tucson for more than 80 years has decided to close their monastery and leave the state. The order isn’t lacking money, but members.
Sep. 28, 2016
For the first time in its 126-year history, The Arizona Republic has endorsed a Democratic presidential nominee. The paper chose to go with Hillary Clinton instead of Donald Trump.
Sep. 28, 2016
Homeless Count
The simple answer is no, agrees Maricopa County Human Services Director Bruce Liggett and Amy Schwabenlender, but a housing first model is helping cities make progress.
Sep. 28, 2016
Fronteras Podcast
The governor of New Mexico is pushing to reinstate the death penalty after a series of high-profile crimes this year.
Sep. 28, 2016
So long as bridges and roads have been built in the Valley, drivers haven’t had to stop for tolls on their journey. SR-30 would be an I-10 alternate route in the southern West Valley.
Sep. 28, 2016
Hear why Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton thinks the relationship between Arizona cities and the state legislature has gotten worse in recent years. One problem, he said is state leaders stepping on policies that cities have tried to implement from plastic bag bans to policy modifications based on climate change.
Sep. 28, 2016
Roosevelt Row planters
More than a year after the City of Phoenix placed several five foot terracotta-colored planters along a stretch of Roosevelt Row they’re moving them.
Sep. 28, 2016
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says he’s preparing a shopping list of state regulations and state agencies he wants to kill in the next legislative session.
Sep. 28, 2016
As the Mexican peso soared to its highest rate in weeks following Monday night’s presidential debate, many investors appeared to approve of Hillary Clinton’s performance and send a signal: the Mexican economy would be better off without a Donald Trump presidency.
Sep. 28, 2016
Kidenga app
The Zika virus has not been transmitted by mosquitoes in Arizona. Despite that, the University of Arizona’s college of public health has developed a smartphone application to help track insect-borne diseases.
Sep. 28, 2016
Bats in a mine
A lab at Northern Arizona University has developed a new way to identify rare and endangered bats — by extracting DNA from their droppings.
Sep. 28, 2016

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