New messages and new technology are coming our way to help cut electricity use during peak demand periods. KJZZ Business Correspondent Christina Estes shares some of the ways companies are trying to change our behavior.
Like wine? Neighborhood potlucks? Come Saturday, you should be able to get more of both. That's the day most laws passed during the last legislative session that didn't have a specific date to go into effect.
Earlier this summer, the Arizona Medical Association called for an investigation into the Phoenix med school, after a number of senior managers, including the school’s dean, left. Regent Ram Krishna chairs the Health Affairs Committee and spoke with The Show.
Friday marked the one year anniversary of the Gold King Mine spill that dumped 3 million gallons of toxic sludge into the Animus River in Colorado. While the water has been declared safe enough to again irrigate crops, Scott Smith of the non-profit group Water Defense says the river beds still contain toxicity.
Arizona Sen. John McCain joined KJZZ for an interview in the midst of one of the more bizarre weeks in the history of political campaigns. He talked about Donald Trump, immigration reform, the open Supreme Court seat and his future in the Senate.
Beginning Saturday, cities and towns in Arizona will no longer be able to ban homeowners from listing their property on vacation rental websites like AirBnb. The regulation is one of hundreds of new state laws set to go into effect this weekend.
After 11 years, the City of Phoenix will start accepting applications for its Section 8 housing wait list on Monday. There are concerns among some advocacy groups that people with disabilities, and those with limited English proficiency, could face discrimination.
The United States and Mexico recently unveiled a new test program that has shortened wait times for commercial shipping trucks at ports of entry along the Arizona-Mexico border. The program is already reducing wait times from hours to minutes.
There are restrictions in place for new drivers who are behind the wheel at night in 49 states, plus DC. But, new research from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows those restrictions may not be as effective as they could be, based on when they start.