KJZZ News

We talked with Bryan Snider, a storm chaser and weather documentarian who gets especially excited about the monsoon.
Jul. 9, 2015
The Valley will be getting a new children’s hospital. Hacienda Children’s Hospital will open in Mesa later this month.
Jul. 9, 2015
If the council approves it, Tempe voters would see the issue on the ballot, possibly this coming March.
Jul. 9, 2015
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed removing the Hualapai Mexican Vole from the list of endangered species. Genetic evidence suggests their numbers are more widespread in Arizona than previously believed.
Jul. 9, 2015
More than 1,100 inmates from a private prison near Kingman have been relocated after disturbances and riots left parts of the prison uninhabitable.
Jul. 9, 2015
The inmates are being moved because a large portion of the Hualupai Unit was damaged during multiple riots this past weekend.
Jul. 9, 2015
Mosquito fogging has been scheduled in the Phoenix metro. The summer’s first confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in Maricopa County were announced on Tuesday.
Jul. 9, 2015
A fire burning near Roosevelt Lake in eastern Arizona has prompted campground evacuations and the closure of two boat ramps.
Jul. 9, 2015
Twenty years have passed since Bosnian Serb forces killed more than 8,000 Muslim men and boys near Srebrenica in Eastern Bosnia during the Bosnian War, but many of the perpetrators have not yet been brought to justice.
Jul. 9, 2015
The Arizona Farm Bureau Federation said the cost of eggs is up more than $1 over the last three months to $3.23 per dozen.
Jul. 9, 2015
Last week, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey was on vacation. Soon after, Secretary of State Michelle Reagan left the state to attend a conference.
Jul. 9, 2015
Water worries continue to grip the Southwest. But for one business near Lake Mead, the historic drought on the Colorado River is beginning to reveal underwater artifacts that few have ever seen.
Jul. 9, 2015
The deputy director of the Arizona Board of Education is leaving for a new job at the University of Arizona as state schools chief Diane Douglas seeks a court's authority to fire her. Sabrina Vasquez announced Wednesday she was leaving to take a job with the University of Arizona.
Jul. 9, 2015
Since 1875, the town of Superior has relied on mining to drive its economy. That reliance has come at a cost though as many residents there have lived through several boom and bust cycles when nearby mines open and close. But town officials are now hoping to put an end to that cycle.
Jul. 9, 2015
This is the second time in the last two weeks that the Phoenix Police Department has been in the spotlight for this kind of misconduct.
Jul. 9, 2015
An international sewer line in Nogales has been cleared of packages of drugs that caused a backup of waste. On Wednesday evening, authorities said the investigation was ongoing and no arrests had been made.
Jul. 8, 2015
JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay more than $3 million to the state of Arizona in a settlement that stems from a lawsuit over the bank’s debt collection practices.
Jul. 8, 2015
Arizona State University's College of Public Service and Community Solutions has teamed up with retired congressman Ed Pastor to create the Ed Pastor Center for Politics and Public Service.
Jul. 8, 2015
A federal ruling on Tuesday now requires cities and counties that receive federal grants for fair housing to look more closely at their plans before they can receive those federal dollars.
Jul. 8, 2015
A plan proposed recently by Gov. Doug Ducey would provide nearly $2 billion for K-12 education through an increase in how funds from the state land trust are distributed to schools.
Jul. 8, 2015

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