KJZZ News

Tucson officials said two police officers suspected of involvement in a prostitution ring have resigned.
Jun. 22, 2015
The Supreme Court said the inventor of a popular Spider-Man web-shooting toy can't keep reeling in royalties after his patent ran out.
Jun. 22, 2015
KJZZ’s Science Correspondent Andrew Bernier spoke with ASU Professor Hanqing Jiang to explain some new developments in this field from researchers at ASU's Ira A Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Jun. 19, 2015
The Valley is heading into a weekend of above-average temperatures – just in time for the longest day of the year.
Jun. 19, 2015
For baseball-loving dads, few dreams can top the prospect of a son making his way to the big leagues.
Jun. 19, 2015
Arizona was one of the states, along with Nevada and Florida, hit especially hard in the real estate market during the depths of the great recession.
Jun. 19, 2015
Phoenix is dealing with a pre-summer heat wave. People around the Valley are taking precautions with the rise in temperatures.
Jun. 19, 2015
Recent numbers from the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety show a huge jump in the number of DUI arrests in Arizona from 2008 to 2011.
Jun. 19, 2015
Saturday, volunteers armed with data sheets and GPS devices will fan out along the Agua Fria River and report back on where it’s wet and where it’s dry.
Jun. 19, 2015
Senior citizens are often referred to as being in their “golden years.” But it turns out whether that’s how it ends up is pretty dependent on whether seniors had relatively golden younger years.
Jun. 19, 2015
My grandmother had a saying about being a parent. She would often remark that, “The days are long, but the years are short.”
Jun. 19, 2015
A group of Northern Arizona residents is trying to get a new federal designation for the land around Walnut Canyon National Monument. They want it to be made into a national conservation area.
Jun. 19, 2015
Mexico is Arizona’s biggest trading partner — the governor’s office said exports were valued at more than $8.5 billion last year.
Jun. 19, 2015
One hundred years ago, it honored Arizona. It was meant to travel in protection of our country. What it ultimately became was a symbol of our will and endurance.
Jun. 19, 2015
The Copper Basin Railway is using converted rail cars fitted with water cannons to help fight the Kearny River Fire.
Jun. 19, 2015
Military officials said Specialist Michael Corey, who was in Army intelligence, died in the field during a training exercise for non-commissioned officers.
Jun. 19, 2015
Phoenix Councilwoman Thelda Williams is taking over in what will be a big year for the regional transportation agency.
Jun. 19, 2015
Tucson police say they have recovered several items linked to burglaries of churches and a synagogue reportedly committed by a mother and son.
Jun. 19, 2015
The city of Prescott is honoring 19 firefighters on the second anniversary of their deaths with a moment of silence and bell tolls.
Jun. 19, 2015
Daniel Neyoy Ruiz moved into First Christian Church nine days ago when his one-year stay of deportation expired.
Jun. 19, 2015

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