KJZZ News

Bill Makes Stealing Someone’s Gun An Aggravated Assault
It’s already a crime in Arizona to steal someone’s gun, but the state House wants to also make it aggravated assault, which carries a presumptive two-and-a-half-year prison term.
Mar. 14, 2014
39 Arrested From Compassion Clubs, Grow Houses Busts
The Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office has made 39 arrests after busts at three compassion clubs and three grow houses in Laveen and Phoenix.
Mar. 14, 2014
Committee Approves Bill To Provide Teachers With Suicide Prevention Training
A bill aimed at providing Arizona teachers suicide prevention training was unanimously approved Thursday in the Senate Education Committee.
Mar. 14, 2014
Tempe Set To Complete Solar Panel Project
Tempe will install the final solar panel at its South Water Treatment Plant this Friday.
Mar. 14, 2014
Sirven: Medical Emergency Gives Doctor A Dilemma During Flight
On a recent flight from Phoenix to Minnesota an overhead announcement woke me up from a nap.
Mar. 14, 2014
In-Flight Emergency Calls Land In Phoenix
When in-flight emergencies happen around the globe, there is a good chance the call will come to a Phoenix hospital.
Mar. 14, 2014
Spotlight on Bob Corritore: 30 Years of
It's hard to believe it’s the 30th anniversary of “Those Lowdown Blues.” This popular KJZZ Sunday night show airs every week with five packed hours of blues music.
Mar. 13, 2014
Lawsuit Challenges Arizona
Lambda Legal has filed a federal marriage lawsuit on behalf of seven same sex couples and two surviving spouses in Arizona.
Mar. 13, 2014
Possible Rain And Snow Showers Expected
Even though most of Arizona will be dry on Thursday, there could be some rain and snow showers in the north.
Mar. 13, 2014
Arizona Unemployment Rate Down Slightly In January
Arizona’s unemployment rate dropped slightly in January from the month before, even as the state lost jobs.
Mar. 13, 2014
Arizona Senate Panel OKs Abortion Clinic Bill
A bill allowing surprise inspections of abortion clinics has taken another step ahead in the Arizona Legislature.
Mar. 13, 2014
Bills Approved That Would Allow An Opt Out Of Common Core
State senators, who last week lost an attempt to kill the Common Core education standards in Arizona, are trying a new tactic.
Mar. 13, 2014
RealtyTrac: Arizona Foreclosure Rate Ranked 18th
New figures released Thursday morning by the housing data company RealtyTrac show foreclosure filings were down 10 percent nationally from January to February and 27 percent from a year ago.
Mar. 13, 2014
California Condors Suffering From Lead Poisoning
Wildlife officials said the number of California Condors suffering from lead poisoning is at one of its lowest rates in a decade.
Mar. 13, 2014
McCain Proposes Extension
Arizona Sen. John McCain has introduced legislation to extend the congressional authorization of the Yuma Crossing National Heritage Area.
Mar. 13, 2014
BLM Issues Lease Allowing More Coal Mining
The Bureau of Land Management has issued a lease allowing more than 9 million tons of coal to be mined in western New Mexico.
Mar. 13, 2014
Border Patrol Refines Tactics For Rock-Throwing Attacks
The United States Border Patrol has issued new guidelines for agents involved in rock throwing incidents. Contrary to widespread media reports, the new guidelines do not forbid agents from firing their weapons at rock throwers.
Mar. 13, 2014
Facing Risk Of Rape, Migrant Women Prepare With Birth Control
Rape cases involving migrant women crossing the border are almost never prosecuted. Women who make the dangerous journey across the U.S.-Mexico border are doing what they can to prepare for the grim possibility.
Mar. 13, 2014
Malnourished Horses Taken From Buckeye Property
Maricopa County Sheriff’s officials are investigating a case of animal malnourishment and neglect in the West Valley.
Mar. 13, 2014
House Committee OKs Money For Outside CPS Review
An Arizona House panel has signed off on a plan to spend $250,000 for an outside review of the state's child protective services.
Mar. 12, 2014

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