KJZZ News

Is there an advantage, economic or otherwise, to speaking more than one language?
Oct. 20, 2015
grocery cart
Downtown Phoenix has seen a lot of development over the past few years, but the area still does not have a grocery store.
Oct. 20, 2015
We head now to another Valley hot corner, a spot with a lot going on.
Oct. 20, 2015
Aerial Dancing
There’s a new form of “dancercise” sweeping the Valley that’s guaranteed to leave you hanging.
Oct. 20, 2015
Elden Springs Trail
J.D. Protiva is facing misdemeanor charges related to blocking the Elden Springs Trail before an August downhill bike race.
Oct. 20, 2015
Weather radar
Residents in Navajo County in the north eastern part of the state were under a tornado warning this morning. Here in the Valley, funnel clouds were reported near both Wickenburg and Anthem.
Oct. 20, 2015
road work ahead sign
Bridge work will cause U.S. 60 to close in both directions between R.H. Johnson Boulevard and the Loop 303 in Surprise, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation.
Oct. 20, 2015
mars craters
Arizona Science Desk reporter Sara Hammond describes the history of planetary science at the UA, which started in 1960s.
Oct. 20, 2015
HBI Warehouse
Nineteen states and more than 100 cities and counties have removed questions on job applications about a person’s criminal history, according to the National Employment Law Project.
Oct. 20, 2015
makeshift memorial
The deaths of two adults and three young children who were in an SUV that plunged into an Arizona lake are being investigated as a murder-suicide.
Oct. 19, 2015
tattoo artist
Organizers say the event is a response to a now defunct city ordinance that required certain businesses including tattoo parlors to get city council approval to open.
Oct. 19, 2015
voting sign
Ballots are beginning to arrive in mailboxes throughout Arizona for next month’s election.
Oct. 19, 2015
Rebeca Castañeda stood behind a counter eagerly watching the doorway at Chi’s store just blocks from the border. It was almost noon and shoppers were scarce.
Oct. 19, 2015
Italian honeybees
Despite their nasty reputation, some beekeepers want to work with Africanized bees. That’s easier to do in northern Arizona, where cooler temperatures mean calmer bees.
Oct. 19, 2015
calcot
A Glendale company that stores cotton suffered millions of dollars in damage from Sunday’s storm as almost half of Calcot Limited’s warehouses near 51st Avenue and Camelback Road were flattened.
Oct. 19, 2015
preschool child playing
Arizona may loose its $20 million annual grant for preschool development.
Oct. 19, 2015
Jetpurple Airwayz logo
The CEO of a newly revamped luxury airline says his company will begin service out of Scottsdale Airpark next year to three popular tourist destinations.
Oct. 19, 2015
City Attorney Mike Rankin said the policy, which takes effect Monday, is the result of the need to use city resources more wisely.
Oct. 19, 2015
Diane Douglas
The latest in a series of lawsuits involving State Superintendent of Instruction Diane Douglas and the Board of Education led a Maricopa County Superior Court judge to express dismay on Friday.
Oct. 19, 2015
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman
Fugitive drug trafficker Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán is suffering from injuries to his leg and face following a confrontation with Mexican Marines. NBC News reported over the weekend that Guzman was hurt escaping from a ranch in the mountains of western Mexico.
Oct. 19, 2015

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