KJZZ News

Can A River Play The Violin? It Can With This Researcher
Stand near a river and you’ll hear a symphony of sounds: birds chirping, frogs croaking and water flowing. But what would it sound like if the stream itself could be transformed into classical music. David Merritt, a Colorado-based researcher and musician, is helping answer that question.
July 27, 2018
How AZ Heat Effects Business
This week two Arizona cities, Phoenix and Tucson, broke high temperature records set back in 1943.
July 27, 2018
Congressional Committee Approves Border Protection Budget
The House Appropriations Committee voted late Wednesday to budget billions of dollars for border protection. But the committee also resisted a Trump administration move to deny asylum to certain immigrants fleeing domestic violence.
July 26, 2018
UA To Start Selling Beer, Wine At Football Games
The University of Arizona will start selling beer and wine at its football games starting Sept. 1. Fans at the game between UA and BYU will be the first to partake in the university’s policy.
July 26, 2018
For Sale: Pieces Of Tempe Town Lakes Old Dam
Giant rubber inflatable bladders contained the water of Tempe Town Lake until 2016. Now the old dam has been chopped up into pieces for auction.
July 26, 2018
Reaction To KJZZ Sexual Harassment Report
KJZZ general manager Jim Paluzzi retired following an investigation into allegations of sexual harassment. Many of those allegations were upheld by the investigator.
Report Substantiates Sexual Harassment Complaints Against KJZZ Leader
July 26, 2018
Desert Dwellers: Surviving In The Summer Sun
We had a record-breaking day Wednesday in the Phoenix. Temperatures climbed to 116 degrees at Sky Harbor Airport — breaking the all-time record for the day.
July 26, 2018
Report Blames Underfunding For Long Lines
A new report aims to show the internal issues that led to people standing for hours waiting to vote in Arizona’s presidential primary in March of 2016.
July 26, 2018
How Does The Papa Johns Controversy Affect Franchise Owners?
CNBC is reporting that the controversy surrounding Papa John’s pizza founder John Schnatter may have permanently damaged the pizza chain. Attorney Eric Riess joined The Show to discuss the challenges faced by franchise owners when the brand they’ve invested their money in is in trouble.
July 26, 2018
Monsoon Driving Snakes To Hide In Your Backyard
We urge everyone to remain calm. It’s summer in Arizona when the temperatures hit triple digits and the monsoon comes, and people aren’t the only ones seeking relief from the desert heat.
July 26, 2018
Monsoon Stories 2018: Photographer, Painter On Capturing The Essence Of The Monsoon
Every year the monsoon season stirs up the desert, and this year, The Show is starting a series about the monsoon to talk about how it stirs us all up, too. Meet a couple of people who take monsoon and make something out of it.
July 26, 2018
Sounds Of The City: Making Some Noise At Summer Camp
Listen to the sounds of Chris Trevigne with the local band Clementine teaching kids how to play the guitar and drums at a Boys and Girls Club in Scottsdale.
July 26, 2018
Route 66 Road Trip Comes To Arizona
A new road trip across the famed American highway is aiming to do more than get its kicks on Route 66 — it’s trying to draw attention to the road and get it a National Historic Trail designation.
July 26, 2018
Arizona Elections: Anita Malik - 6th District
Anita Malik is running in the three-way Democratic primary in the 6th Congressional District against Garrick McFadden and Heather Ross. Incumbent Republican David Schweikert is running unopposed on the GOP side.
July 26, 2018
What Happens When The Reunification Deadline Isnt Met?
The Show spoke with Richard Frankel, associate professor at Drexel University’s College of Law, who began by explaining how concrete Judge Sabraw’s deadline for reunification is.
July 26, 2018
Bill Aims To Clear Park Maintenance Backlog
A new bill in Congress aims to start working to clear the maintenance backlog at national parks. That backlog is currently estimated to be around $12 billion. It would allocate royalties from resource extraction on public lands toward making the needed repairs at the parks.
July 26, 2018
AZ Farmers Would Rather Have Trade Than Aid
The Trump administration released a $12 billion plan to aid America’s farmers this week. It’s an attempt by the White House to help farmers who are largely taking the brunt of retaliatory tariffs.
July 26, 2018
Tiny Desert Concert: The Stakes
Formed five years ago, The Stakes take elements of jazz, R&B, hip-hop and sometimes classic rock in their music. And it all culminates in a dynamic live show that is both rehearsed and improvisational.
July 26, 2018
How To Share Your Arizona Monsoon Stories With The Show
We're bringing our series "Monsoon Stories" back this summer — and we'd like to hear from you! This time around, we're telling stories about how the monsoon tickles our five senses — how they look, feel, sound, smell and even taste.
July 26, 2018
Drought Plan Committee To Meet For First Time
A new committee created to work on a drought contingency plan will meet for the first time this Thursday. Their goal: keep water levels in Lake Mead from dropping drastically.
July 26, 2018

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