KJZZ News

Baja Wineries Say New Law Allowing Development Threatens Budding Industry
Baja California's budding wine industry is fighting against new land use regulations that they say would ruin the valley's rural charm and compromise its scarce water supply.
Dec. 2, 2013
Analyzing This Year
If you're listening to this while on the way to or home from the mall, there is a pretty good chance you're not alone.
Nov. 29, 2013
Mexican President Peña Nieto Pushes Border Trade
While the U.S. marked Thanksgiving, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto spent the day in a border town so small no Mexican president had ever gone there. Peña Nieto unveiled an economic and infrastructure stimulus for the border region.
Nov. 29, 2013
Hot Corner: Indian School Road and 38th Street
We are exploring the new, up and coming or otherwise unique and interesting neighborhoods around the Valley in an occasional segment we are calling the "Hot Corner."
Nov. 29, 2013
Lowering Expectations For The Phoenix Housing Market
The latest numbers from the Phoenix housing market are not exactly awe-inspiring. Foreclosures are way down from 2012, and the median price of homes for sale has climbed to $213,000.
Nov. 29, 2013
Relationship Between Construction And Real Estate
You can decide which is the chicken and which the egg in this scenario, but real estate is usually made possible by construction.
Nov. 29, 2013
E-Verify System Grows More Secure
The Homeland Security Department has made small but crucial changes to the security of its employee verification program called E-Verify. The new security change will help combat identity fraud. It is also the first step toward a national verification system.
Nov. 29, 2013
Arizona-Mexico Tensions Begin To Thaw
PHOENIX – Every week at Phoenix’s Sky Harbor airport, some 120 jets take off bound for Mexico, but that wasn't quite enough, so the city courted the Mexican airline Volaris to offer new flights, including a nonstop one to Mexico City that begins in December.
Nov. 29, 2013
Federation Wishes A Farm Bill Would Pass
Congress has gone home for the holidays without passing a Farm Bill. The Arizona Farm Bureau Federation is concerned about the failure of Congress to pass a farm bill.
Nov. 28, 2013
Gilbert Car Repair Shop Busted
The Arizona Attorney General’s Office has busted another car repair shop in its ongoing series of stings.
Nov. 28, 2013
Beware Of Scammers When Registering
Doing a search for MVD services could cost you money, according to the Arizona Department of Transportation. It said scammers are trying to put one over on you, when you register your vehicle.
Nov. 28, 2013
Arizona Ski Resorts Set To Open
Arizona’s deserts are enjoying daytime temperatures in the 70's, but ski resorts in the state’s high country are reporting snow as they prepare to open this weekend.
Nov. 28, 2013
Gas Prices Are Up This Week
If you had to buy gas for your holiday trip, you may have paid more than you would have last week.
Nov. 28, 2013
The High Cost of A Liquor License In New Mexico
Since the end of Prohibition, states have grappled with how to regulate the sale of alcohol. Some retain laws that have not changed much in the last 80 years.
Nov. 28, 2013
Cave Discovery At Carlsbad Caverns National Park
Carlsbad Caverns National Park in southeastern New Mexico is considered to be a natural wonder of the world. Nearly 400,000 people visit the park each year.
Nov. 28, 2013
State Board Of Education Gets A New Executive Director
The state Board of Education is getting a new leader. The board has appointed Christine Thompson to replace Vince Yanez, as executive director.
Nov. 28, 2013
Phoenix Police Step Up Mall Patrol
Phoenix police are hoping to make your holiday trip to the mall a little safer this year. They will be patrolling a number of malls beginning Thursday night.
Nov. 28, 2013
Police Use GPS Tracking Device
High speed police chases are dangerous for the suspect, officers and the public. Arizona Department of Public Safety has been using a GPS tracking system that has helped cut down on those kinds of pursuits.
Nov. 28, 2013
Valley Band Plays Macy
Sometimes it is good to stand out. That is how Mountain View High School marching band director Scott Burgener thinks his students earned a spot in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Nov. 27, 2013
Hospital Tech Who Spread Hepatitis C To Face Sentencing
A technician who worked in 18 hospitals around the country, including in Arizona, will face sentencing today in a New Hampshire court.
Nov. 27, 2013

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