KJZZ News

Musicians Sacrifice Salaries to Keep Symphony Playing
Symphony Hall could have been silent this fall as the Phoenix Symphony faced a $1.5 million dollar budget deficit and growing debt.  But unlike musicians in other cities where symphony orchestras have gone bankrupt, members of the Phoenix Symphony vowed to keep the organization alive, even if it meant continued financial sacrifice.
Sep. 16, 2011
On with the Show!
The Phoenix Symphony kicked off its new season last night. There was a chance that Symphony Hall could have been silent.  Like many arts organizations, the Phoenix Symphony has been hit hard by the recession.
Sep. 16, 2011
How Can Technology Drive Growth in the Southwest?
Share your thoughts with KJZZ's Changing America Desk by clicking here!
Sep. 15, 2011
Chloe Nordquist
Chloe Nordquist is a senior at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication studying multimedia journalism with a minor in business.
Sep. 14, 2011
Domenico Nicosia
Domenico Nicosia joined the KJZZ digital team in 2015.
Sep. 14, 2011
Vaccination Controversy
Steve Goldstein talks to Will Humble, director of the State Department of Health Services, and epidemiologist Dr. Beth Jacobs about the importance of vaccinations...they address the concerns over vaccinating children, flu shots, and the importance of community health.
Sep. 14, 2011
Andrew Thomas Hearing
Ray Stern, reporter for Phoenix New Times, joins host Steve Goldstein to talk about the Andrew Thomas Hearing.Former Maricopa County attorney Andrew Thomas and two of his deputies face 33 ethical violation charges for actions taken between 2006 through 2010.
Sep. 14, 2011
Valley Monsoon Season Change
Host Steve Goldstein talks to professor of Geological Sciences Randy Cerveny about this year's unusual monsoon season, and whether valley residents should be concerned about the dry weather and their health.
Sep. 14, 2011
Mediation Service Help Neighbors Resolve Disputes
? Most of us know the angst that comes with having a difficult neighbor. Most headaches can be ignored or simply tolerated. But in those rare cases where a resolution proves elusive, many people are resorting to Solve-it! mediation.
Sep. 14, 2011
Job Seekers Face Digital Challenges
With one in ten Arizonans out of work, the competition for jobs is fierce.  There are fewer positions available due to the economy, but job seekers face another challenge.  When many workers landed their last jobs, they filled out paper applications and deliverd resumes in person or by mail.
Sep. 14, 2011
Local 9/11 Memorial Events
Many events are scheduled around the valley to commorate the 10th Anniverary of the 9/11 attacks.  A listing of those events can be found here. Never Forget 9/11 Memorial Walk -- 7am at the Chase Bank Tower (201 N.
Sep. 11, 2011
Recording suggests recall candidate is on the ballot to help Pearce
A third candidate has turned in signature petitions to get on the ballot in the recall election of Senate President Russell Pearce. Olivia Cortes turned in 1,177 signatures--500 more than is needed.  But a recording of a Cortes signature gatherer casts doubt on her true intentions.
Sep. 9, 2011
Creating Arizona Jobs
KJZZ's Steve Goldstein asks Arizona Commerce Authority CEO Don Cardon how the public-private partnership will bring jobs to Arizona.
Sep. 9, 2011
Obama Job Speech May Help AZ Homeowners
   KJZZ's Morning Edition Host Dennis Lambert spoke with US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Shaun Donovan about the impact of the President Obama's Jobs speech on Arizona homeowners.
Sep. 9, 2011
Book Celebrate Arizona
Lisa Schnebly Heidinger, native Arizonan and author of Arizona: 100 Years Grand, talks to host Steve Goldstein about the state's upcoming centennial and publishing the book celebrating 100 years of state history.
Sep. 7, 2011
Phoenix Politics
Former Phoenix Mayor and former Attorney General Terry Goddard talks to host Steve Goldstein about the condition of politics in Arizona and what leaders need to focus on to make the state thrive.
Sep. 7, 2011
Energizing Hiring
NPR White House correspondent Scott Horsley joins host Steve Goldstein to preview President Obama's Thursday address about the nation's job market. Robert Mittelstaedt, Dean of the W.P. Carey School of Business at ASU, talks to Goldstein about unemployment and job creation in the U.
Sep. 7, 2011
September 11 Live Special Coverage on KJZZ 91.5
       NPR News captures the national memorial ceremonies from ground zero, the Pentagon and Shanksville, with nine hours of live coverage hosted by Weekend Edition host Audie Cornish and Talk of the Nation host Neal Conan.
Sep. 6, 2011
Thalidomide study for Alzheimer
A drug that caused severe birth defects 50 years ago is now undergoing a clinical trial in the valley.The Banner Sun Health Research Institute in Sun City is conducting a study of Thalodomide to see if it can stop the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
Sep. 6, 2011

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