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KJZZ's Here and Now
KJZZ's Here & Now was an interview program hosted by Steve Goldstein that aired on Wednesday mornings until 2016. Hear Steve Goldstein weekdays on KJZZ's
at 9 a.m.
Wednesday, July 6, 2016
'Credible And Serious Threat' Shutters Arizona Elections Website
What Will Gov. Ducey's Lobbying Ban Change?
Libertarian Movement Grows Despite Few Election Successes
What Can We Learn From Government Failure In Bell, California?
Celebrating Frida Kahlo 'The First Selfie Artist'
Arizona Rabbi: Judaism A Religion Of Constant Inquiry, Radical Amazement
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
Monsoon Predictions A 'Roll Of The Dice' Meteorologist Says
National, Arizona Initiative Focuses Research On Curing Cancer
Rep. Ruben Gallego: Americans 'Sick Of All This Gun Violence And No Action'
How Did Local Officers End Up On The Front Lines Of Immigration Enforcement?
Love Or Hate Them, Coyotes Are Here To Stay
Arizona Theatre Company Could Cancel Season Without Cash Influx
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
Solar Company Closing Phoenix Plant, Nearly 90 Jobs Cut
Wednesday, June 22, 2016
New Drone Regulations Take Off
Ducey Declares State Of Emergency For Navajo County To Free Money For Recovery
Arizona Economy Heats Up Amid National Slowdown
Presidential Race Could Rattle Arizona Legislative Elections
Is 'Stairway To Heaven' Inspired By Musical History Or Plagiarized?
Elon Musk Looks To Buy Largest Rooftop Solar Installer In Arizona
Suns' Draft Picks Could Be Antidote To Lackluster Seasons
Phoenix Author's Newest Crime Novel Focuses On Resilience Of The Ordinary
Wednesday, June 15, 2016
National Review Cover Story Draws Praise, Criticism For Gov. Ducey
'Rail Rodeo,' National Transportation Conference Roll Into Phoenix
What Makes A Place 'Safe' For LGBTQ Community?
New Book Details Rivalry That Challenged Frank Lloyd Wright
Bluesman John Mayall Plays MIM Thursday
Wednesday, June 8, 2016
Tucson Author Explores Impact of Women In Softball
Documentarian Logs 50,000 Miles Chasing Arizona Monsoon
Arizona Democratic Party Struggles, Despite Respected Candidates
Valley Faces Second Day Of High Pollution Advisory
Thursday at 9 a.m.
A Valley theatre prepares to welcome back Broadway amid the pandemic.
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