KJZZ News

Michelle Cusseaux
Phoenix’s Civil Service Board has upheld the demotion of police officer who fatally shot a woman in 2014.
Apr. 15, 2016
hopefest
On Saturday, more than 20,000 people will be at Chase Field - not for a baseball game, but for healthcare and other services.
Apr. 15, 2016
Petrified Forest National Park
If you've been meaning to make a trip to one of Arizona's 22 national parks and monuments, now's your chance to do it on the cheap.
Apr. 15, 2016
Goodyear’s Lakeside Music Festival is Saturday and organizers have added new acts this year as part of efforts to draw more people to the West Valley’s art scene.
Apr. 15, 2016
help wanted sign
The state Department of Administration says the number of people working in jobs requiring no education credentials will grow by more than 6.6 percent by end of 2017.
Apr. 15, 2016
 bionic ankle
A group of scientists at Northern Arizona University is now working on a way to make a computerized bionic ankle act like a real leg. Inspired by the animal world, they’ve got a new idea about how muscles behave like springs.
Apr. 15, 2016
ridge-nosed rattlesnake
When someone is bitten by a venomous snake, quick medical attention is critical for recovery. University of Arizona researchers are studying a treatment to help buy time for bite victims.
Apr. 15, 2016
Tempe Mill Ave Sidewalk Sitting
By a 5-2 vote, council members made it illegal to sit or lie on Mill Avenue sidewalks between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 7 a.m. and 2:30 a.m. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Apr. 14, 2016
tucson spaceport
Earlier this year, Pima County officials approved a lofty program intended to launch the county into space tourism. But a lawsuit citing an unfair bid process may put a stop to the project.
Apr. 14, 2016
downtown Phoenix voters
In the wake of Arizona’s botched presidential preference election last month, national Democratic Party groups and some Democratic candidates filed a federal lawsuit Friday to get federal court oversight over future elections in Arizona and block certain state voting policies.
Apr. 14, 2016
House under construction
Suburbia is changing. In the future, it might not look so much like Pleasantville.
Apr. 14, 2016
peoria
A few months ago, KJZZ spoke with Peoria Mayor Cathy Carlat about the citizen’s committee her city was setting up to look over the charter and recommend changes to it.
Apr. 14, 2016
A team of researchers is working to come up with new sources of water to irrigate crops.
Apr. 14, 2016
preschool child playing
Tempe is going to be working with a national group to study the possibility of funding a preschool program in the city.
Apr. 14, 2016
Numbers from the Arizona Finance Advisory Committee show business tax cuts enacted a few years ago will cost Arizona about $350 million in lost revenue once they’re fully phased in.
Apr. 14, 2016
Keolu Fox
Genetic research can be used for many things, including to better understand our health.
Apr. 14, 2016
line of voters
National Democratic Party groups and the Hillary Clinton campaign have announced they will file a federal lawsuit tomorrow over Arizona’s marred presidential preference election.
Apr. 14, 2016
The Department of Corrections announced it is creating a Division of Inmate Programs and Reentry.
Apr. 14, 2016
design
Some pilots are preserving memories of World War II by flying bomber planes around the country.
Apr. 14, 2016
A Diné College official asked a Senate committee Wednesday to fund “vitally needed” construction at the school – money that Congress has approved three times already since 1971 but has never allocated.
Apr. 14, 2016

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