KJZZ News

President Of ASU African American Men Responds
On Friday, Tau Kappa Epsilon's national office issued a statement apologizing for the actions of what it says were a “few members involved in the incident.” Ja'han Jones, president of African American Men of Arizona State University, wrote a letter to the members of TKE.
Jan. 24, 2014
Valley Music Teacher Up For A Grammy
U2, Michael Jackson, Adele, these are the kinds of names we typically associate with the Grammy Awards, but every one of those artists was inspired by someone, usually a teacher.
Jan. 24, 2014
Science Behind Nutritional Supplements
The science behind nutritional supplements has seen huge advancements in recent years, and Hi-Health has unveiled two new products that it is calling “endurance formulas.”
Jan. 24, 2014
Citrus Donations Benefits
It takes a forklift to pick up one of the big cardboard boxes of citrus fruit at St. Mary’s Food Bank in Phoenix.
Jan. 24, 2014
Hot Corner: First Street And Pierce 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."
Jan. 24, 2014
Did You Know: Heritage Square
Driving through downtown Phoenix, you may have noticed an unusual rooftop in the middle of a modern city skyline. The yellow steeple and the wrought iron roof ornaments are part of a community, from the past.
Jan. 24, 2014
ASU Fraternitys Charter Revoked
The fraternity that held a controversial Martin Luther King, Jr. Day party has had its charter revoked.
Jan. 24, 2014
NAU Student Hospitalized With Suspected Meningitis
A 20-year-old Northern Arizona University student has been hospitalized with a suspected case of bacterial meningitis.
Jan. 24, 2014
Arizona Entourage To Attend Super Bowl For Hosting Tips
Some members of the Arizona business community are headed to New York City with members of the Super Bowl Host Committee for next week’s game.
Jan. 24, 2014
Wild Horses Up For Adoption As Groups Seek Solution To Large Horse Population
The state of Nevada is reaching out to people who may want to adopt a wild horse captured in the Virginia Mountain range, near Reno, after allegedly posing a public safety concern.
Jan. 24, 2014
Arizona Gas Prices Increase While National Average Drops
Gas prices were up again in Arizona this week, but AAA is predicting the statewide average of $3.25-a-gallon should drop before long.
Jan. 24, 2014
Bill Limiting Lobbyist Gifts Moves To Floor Of State Senate
A bill aimed at curbing lobbyists’ gifts to lawmakers won the unanimous, but not necessarily enthusiastic, vote of the Senate’s Government Committee on Thursday.
Jan. 24, 2014
Intel Faces Empty Building, Business Crossroads
Intel announced it would delay the opening of a massive $5 billion factory in Chandler, Ariz. A few days later the computer-chip maker made headlines again when it said it would cut 5,000 jobs from its global workforce. What's going on inside Intel?
Jan. 23, 2014
Judge Throws Out Case Over Shackling Pregnant Inmate
A judge has thrown out a lawsuit by a former jail inmate in Maricopa County who was restrained before and after she gave birth.
Jan. 23, 2014
Bill To Repeal Controversial Election Law Delayed
A hearing on a bill that would have repealed a controversial election-related measure approved by the state legislature last year has been delayed.
Jan. 23, 2014
Influenza Spreads Across The State
Influenza is now widespread in Arizona, according to state health officials.
Jan. 23, 2014
Healing Mask Seized
A rather unusual seizure occured at the Nogales Port of Entry.
Jan. 23, 2014
Uncle Sams Restaurants Owner Arrested
Maricopa County Sheriff’s deputies have arrested the owner of Uncle Sam’s restaurants on identity theft and forgery charges.
Jan. 23, 2014
New Bill Could Allow Homeowners To Raise Chickens
Homeowners who want to raise chickens or get really fresh eggs would have that right under legislation moving through the Arizona Senate.
Jan. 23, 2014
California Utility To Pay Fine
A California utility has agreed to pay fines and upgrade its system following a power outage two years ago that affected millions of people in the Southwest. A federal investigation identified six utilities in Arizona and California that were involved in the blackout.
Jan. 23, 2014

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