KJZZ News

Home And Away An Outdated Notion In Athletic Uniforms
Arizona State University laid out its uniform combinations for the upcoming football season this week.
July 11, 2014
What Triggers A Dust Storm Warning?
Cell phones have been ringing with dust storm warnings, and there are a few factors that go into issuing one.
July 11, 2014
All The Ways You Can Resist Arrest
Earlier this week, ASU Professor Ersula Ore pleased guilty to a misdemeanor count of resisting arrest stemming from a much publicized incident.
July 11, 2014
Turn Around Bright-Eyed: The Dan Band Brings Parody To Tempe
Music parodies have been around for decades, from the vinyl days of Allan Sherman, to Weird Al Yankovic changing lyrics of the biggest pop hits.
July 11, 2014
How Can A Campaign Sign Stand Out In The Crowd?
Campaign signs can take on extra significance in increasing name recognition, or getting some voters to pay a little bit more attention.
July 11, 2014
Theater Works Has Some Unfinished Business
For the next two weeks, a handful of playwrights are giving you a chance to talk back. Starting Friday, Theater Works in Peoria is hosting the New Works WESTival.
July 11, 2014
The Queen Is In Bloom
This is the time of year Valley residents may be lucky enough to see a Queen of the Night in bloom.
July 11, 2014
Back In The Daze Pays Tribute To The 90s
Remember the good old days? You know, all the way back in the 1990s?
July 11, 2014
Judge Orders Inflation Payments For Schools
Arizona schools will be getting an additional $317 million this year, and possibly billions more in the future, if a court decision stands.
July 11, 2014
Federal Officials Scale Back Repatriation Efforts
Federal efforts to discourage repeat attempts to enter the U.S. illegally are being scaled back sharply after producing relatively modest results.
July 11, 2014
First Tracks Laid On Light Rail Extension
Valley Metro will start laying tracks on their light rail extension project tomorrow. The new line will add three stations and end at Dunlap and 19th Avenue.
July 11, 2014
Aftershocks Continue In Eastern Arizona
Aftershocks have continued to rattle southeastern Arizona since the 5.2 magnitude earthquake struck two weeks ago.
July 11, 2014
Threat of Lawsuit To Protect Western Jumping Mouse
Environmentalists plan to file a lawsuit today against the federal government. The group wants better protection for a rare western mouse.
July 11, 2014
Did You Know: Camelback Mountain Is More Than Just Hiking Trails
It’s one of the most popular mountains in the Valley. Known for its difficult hiking trails and unique shape, this centrally located mountain also has a few interesting areas to visit.
July 11, 2014
McCain Promotes Bill That Addresses Humanitarian Crisis At The Border
Senator John McCain is in Phoenix promoting legislation that he said will help the U.S. cope with a flood of unaccompanied Central American children crossing the border.
July 11, 2014
Modest Results Will Curb Mexico Repatriation Program
Federal efforts to discourage repeat attempts to enter the U.S. illegally are being scaled back sharply after producing relatively modest results.
July 11, 2014
Monsoon Storms Prove Powerful In NE Arizona On Thursday
Monsoon storm activity is expected to weaken the next few days, but there was a lot of activity Thursday in the northwestern part of the state.
July 11, 2014
US Senate Committee Approves Campaign Finance Reform Measure
A U.S. Senate committee has approved a measure that would give Congress and the states control over political campaign spending.
July 11, 2014
Parents Of Phoenix Veteran Who Committed Suicide Testify In D.C.
The House Veterans Affairs Committee heard testimony Thursday from the parents of a Phoenix veteran who committed suicide 13 months ago.
July 11, 2014
Painkiller Prescriptions Up In Arizona
A Centers for Disease Control study says 80 out of 100 people have been prescribed painkillers in Arizona.
July 11, 2014

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