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Q&AZ What is the highest and lowest point in Arizona?
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Q&AZ: Why are historic buildings in Globe just sitting empty?
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Q&AZ: Is it safe to make and drink your own sun tea in AZ?
Through KJZZ's Q&AZ reporting project, a listener asked: Is it safe to make and drink your own sun tea in Arizona? While Arizona's weather makes it the perfect place for making sun tea, the brewing method actually poses some health risks.
Aug. 25, 2023
Q&AZ: How did Arizona get its shape?
Arizona’s boundary history is shared with its neighbors, particularly the states of New Mexico and Nevada. At one point, Arizona had lobbied to have part of Baja California so there would be ports, but the Mexican government rejected the proposal, Riddle said.
Aug. 28, 2023
Q&AZ: How is the extreme heat affecting Arizona wildlife?
The effects of this summer's record setting heat on humans and plants have been well documented. There have been reports of shoes melting, and saguaros falling. But through our Q&AZ reporting project a listener asked, how are wildlife surviving this Arizona summer?
Aug. 21, 2023