KJZZ News

Questions remain as to what fell out of the sky early Thursday morning. Is it an asteroid? Is it a meteor?
Jun. 3, 2016
This Saturday, the Mexican Committee of The Non-Violence Project, a non-profit organization founded by artist Yoko Ono, will visit Arizona. The visit is linked to the Copa America international soccer tournament.
Jun. 3, 2016
Michael Morrissey, a former federal prosecutor, will review the failure of Reagan's office to ensure that pamphlets describing the issues on the May 17 ballot were delivered to the homes of all registered voters before the early ballots went out.
Jun. 3, 2016
A federal court says the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency must decide whether air quality improvement plans in southeastern Arizona meet Clean Air Act standards.
Jun. 3, 2016
University of Phoenix Stadium
The Western Hemisphere’s largest men’s soccer tournament kicks off Friday with the United States taking on Colombia in California. Glendale, Arizona is one of 10 U.S. cities hosting Copa America Centenario games for the first time in the tournament’s 100-year history.
Jun. 3, 2016
eggs
The farm’s location near the small town of Bouse is more than just strategic Western spot, it's also secure from the threat of avian influenza.
Jun. 3, 2016
People visiting bars, restaurants and shops in downtown Tempe will soon see some parking changes. City council members gave the green light Thursday night to change rates and enforcement hours.
Jun. 3, 2016
Dolphinaris
You can expect to hear the cackle of desert birds, the buzz of insects, maybe even the howl of a coyote over the rumble of passing cars on Loop 101. But what about dolphin calls? It’s a distinct possibility come late summer.
Jun. 3, 2016
Arizona Dream Act Coalition logo
The Supreme Court is expected to rule this month on a legal challenge to the Obama administration's immigration programs for young people who came to the United States as children and their parents. Until they do, many families here in Arizona are left waiting to learn their fate.
Jun. 2, 2016
measles virus particle
Measles cases in the state grew to 13 after Arizona health officials confirmed two more at the Eloy Detention Center.
Jun. 2, 2016
pankration fighting
Listen to the sounds of Ryan Warling training at American Pankration Fighting in Tempe.
Jun. 2, 2016
The three plays will delve into “living room stories.” Each has two directors: one adult and one child.
Jun. 2, 2016
mill ave
A new list of the 20 most charming college towns in the U.S. just came out from the apartment-finding website RentLingo. Both Flagstaff and Tempe made the list.
Jun. 2, 2016
rent home airbnb
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday held a ceremonial bill signing for a new law making it easier for homeowners to rent out their places using services like Airbnb.
Jun. 2, 2016
The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report nearly 600 travel-associated cases of Zika virus in the United States, as of May 25.
Jun. 2, 2016
On June 2, 1976, the bombing of a car in downtown Phoenix sent a chill through the growing city and its journalists.
Jun. 2, 2016
Businesses owned by black women and Latinas in Arizona more than doubled over five years, according to a 2012 NWBC report. The number of businesses owned by Asian women rose by about 50 percent.
Jun. 2, 2016
line of voters
A civil rights group is suing the Arizona Secretary of State and Maricopa County officials for mismanaging the recent presidential preference election
Jun. 2, 2016
A federal judge says the Navajo Nation can seek damages from Free People, LLC, a subsidiary of Urban Outfitters Inc. It’s the latest development in the tribe’s lawsuit against the company for what they say is the illegal use of the word "Navajo" to describe their merchandise.
Jun. 2, 2016
Jaikare, Jeremiah, Avery
Phoenix police say a homicide investigation is underway after three young children were found dead Thursday morning at home near Greenway Road and Interstate 17.
Jun. 2, 2016

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