KJZZ News

Health Officials Say Flu Ramping Up In The Valley
A vicious strain of the flu has been exploding across the country, but it’s just now starting to pick up in the Valley.
Jan. 11, 2015
13 African Travelers Tested At Arizona Border For Ebola
Federal agents have asked the Nogales Fire Department to screen 13 people from Africa for Ebola over the past few weeks. They were traveling from Mexico into the United States and were tested while crossing Ports of Entry near Nogales.
Jan. 9, 2015
Lawyers Debate Contempt For Arpaio And A Former Aide Speaks Out
KJZZ reporter Jude Joffe-Block talks with host Mark Brodie about possible contempt proceedings against Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and comments from one of his top commanders.
Jan. 9, 2015
A Look At Why American-Style Chinese Food Is So Popular
Chop suey, egg rolls, fortune cookies. You’ve probably eaten one or more of those dishes at your favorite Chinese restaurant.
Jan. 9, 2015
Integrative Approaches To Cancer Treatment Gaining Momentum
In recent years, an integrative approach to treating cancer has gained momentum.
Jan. 9, 2015
Former Freedom Riders To Participate In Panel Discussion In Chandler
More than 50 years ago, civil rights activists started what came to be known as Freedom Rides, desegregation efforts throughout the South. Two participants are in the Valley this weekend.
Jan. 9, 2015
Why American Sports Owners Want To Buy European Teams
Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver recently attempted to buy European Soccer team the Glasgow Rangers. Sarver isn’t the first American owner to try and extend his sports franchise across the pond.
Jan. 9, 2015
NASA To Test Twin Brothers While One Is In Space
NASA will be embarking on a unique mission this spring.
Jan. 9, 2015
Why People Still Go To Work When Theyre Sick
If your workplace is anything like this one, hearing a cough or sneeze is not that uncommon.
Jan. 9, 2015
Democrats And Republicans Anticipate State Of The State Address
Doug Ducey gave his first speech as Arizona governor earlier this week when he took the oath of office. Next Monday, he will make his initial State of the State address.
Jan. 9, 2015
New Museum In Scottsdale Celebrates The West
The Valley’s newest museum is set to open next week in Old Town Scottsdale.
Jan. 9, 2015
Did You Know: Grunow Clinic Among The First Of Its Kind In Arizona
It is one of the most unique structures in the Valley and among the first of its kind in the state. Today, the building blends with the others in the area, but behind this simple-looking structure is a lot of history.
Jan. 9, 2015
Illinois Bishop Who Performed Exorcism To Mark Start Of Arizona Legislative Season
An Illinois bishop who performed a "minor exorcism'' on the governor of that state over same-sex marriage will be the guest speaker at the annual Red Mass here in Arizona marking the beginning of the legislative session.
Jan. 9, 2015
Maricopa County Picked For Online Census Test
Maricopa County is one of two test sites for the Census Bureau’s digital response form.
Jan. 9, 2015
Apple Recall Expanded In Listeria Outbreak
An apple-packing plant linked to an outbreak of listeria in Arizona and 10 other states has expanded its product recall.
Jan. 9, 2015
Court Rules In Favor Of Car Leins For Repairs
A ruling from the state court of appeals says a garage can put a lien on a vehicle after performing repairs, even if the owner failed to consent to all the repairs performed.
Jan. 9, 2015
Tiger Woods Announces Hell Play In Phoenix Open
Tiger Woods will be playing in the Phoenix Open later this month. The golfer made the announcement via Twitter on Friday morning.
Jan. 9, 2015
Arpaio Asks Judge Not To Pursue Contempt
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is asking a federal judge to not pursue contempt proceedings against him, while the attorneys who sued him for racial profiling are urging the judge to do so.
Jan. 9, 2015
What Obamas Housing Plan Could Mean For Phoenix
Local housing and lending experts were generally supportive of President Barack Obama’s plan to drop some costs related to mortgages backed by the Federal Housing Administration. The goal is to boost buyer demand, but experts say the concern in metro Phoenix is supply.
Jan. 8, 2015
Arizona Properties Quarantined After Livestock Virus Hits
Three properties in southern Arizona are under quarantine after an outbreak of a contagious livestock disease.
Jan. 8, 2015

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