KJZZ News

The budget proposal hashed out by Governor Doug Ducey and GOP leaders in the state legislature remains a fluid situation Friday afternoon at the capitol.
Mar. 6, 2015
The requirement that Arizona high school students pass the AIMS Test in order to graduate is going away next year.
Mar. 6, 2015
The Tempe skyline isn’t typically one that would blow you away. It’s not on par with Chicago or New York City or any number of other smaller communities. But this is the place where experimental philosopher Jonathon Keats has decided to place his millennium camera, which hopes to document 1,000 years of change in Tempe.
Mar. 6, 2015
Most of us have our technological lives dominated by the usual big, corporate names like Apple and Microsoft. And it may seem pretty daunting to leave those behind.
Mar. 6, 2015
The Phoenix Art Museum opened a new exhibit this week and it’s unlike most things you’d see in the museum.
Mar. 6, 2015
There are plenty of libraries, monuments and streets named after historical and political people. In Arizona, we even named a train.
Mar. 6, 2015
As baby boomers age, retiring to the Southwest has become a popular option, making Arizona home to one of the largest Alzheimers populations in the country. That makes it a desirable place for Alzheimers research, but will patients be willing to participate in new studies?
Mar. 5, 2015
An undocumented immigrant left sanctuary after being granted a temporary stay of removal. This gives his attorneys six months to move forward in his case.
Mar. 5, 2015
Hundreds of students, parents and activists marched at the state capitol demanding no more cuts to education. This is the second protest in two weeks.
Mar. 5, 2015
California-based Macerich has been the largest shopping mall owner in Arizona for about 13 years, but that could change should one of its biggest rivals decide to make a formal takeover offer.
Mar. 5, 2015
The federal government announced this week it has awarded more than $2 billion to people exposed to radiation during the atomic tests near Las Vegas in the 1950s. But it still has not recognized the county that was exposed to the highest levels of radioactive fallout.
Mar. 5, 2015
Scientists in Tucson are asking the public to help fund a valley fever vaccine. Researchers are creating the vaccine from the same fungus that causes the disease.
Mar. 5, 2015
You’ve probably seen colorful portraits and surreal landscapes popping up on Phoenix walls and buildings over the past several years. Street artists have turned a once rebellious act into a medium that Phoenix has come to celebrate and local businesses pay for.
Mar. 5, 2015
For decades, Woodsy the Owl has been encouraging us to give a hoot and not pollute. But, officials seem to be still working on the message.
Mar. 5, 2015
The idea of 'Big Brother' watching us is not new, but a lot of the technology that can be used to do it is.
Mar. 5, 2015
Though a lot of people, male and female, dream about working in sports, the reality is that many pro organizations are up-and-down on and off the field and aren’t especially focused on employee satisfaction.
Mar. 5, 2015
Renters in 71 of Arizona’s 91 cities and towns pay a tax on their lease. The amounts range from 1 percent to 4 percent. But a bill in the state legislature would eliminate the renters’ tax.
Mar. 5, 2015
State lawmakers are expected to start debating the new budget Thursday afternoon.
Mar. 5, 2015
Much of the nation’s fresh fruits and vegetables are grown in the Southwest. A successful harvest now relies on the convergence of three different arenas: farming, technology and venture capitalism.
Mar. 5, 2015
After more than two years, law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal level have completed an investigation into a drug trafficking organization with ties to Mexico’s Sinaloa Cartel.
Mar. 5, 2015

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