KJZZ News

Cactus League Has Best Spring Training Season Ever
The regular baseball season is officially under way and the attendance numbers for the just-completed spring training season are in. This was the best Cactus League season ever.
April 6, 2015
Secretary Of Defense Visits ASU, Pushes US To Focus On Asia-Pacific
United States Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter was at Arizona State University on Monday making his case for a renewed focus on Asia and the Pacific.
April 6, 2015
New Law Allows Arizonans To Get Lab Tests Without Doctor Order
A new law will allow Arizonans to order their own lab tests without a doctor’s permission.
April 6, 2015
Gila River Indian Community Celebrates Official Launch Of Digital TV Station
The Gila River Indian Community celebrated the launch of its own low-power digital TV station Monday. It’s the first tribe to both own and manage this type of facility.
April 6, 2015
Mesa Police Department Chooses New Chief
The Mesa Police Department has selected a new chief.
April 6, 2015
Man Accused In Mesa Shooting Spree Pleads Not Guilty
A 41-year-old ex-convict has pleaded not guilty in connection with a Mesa crime spree last month.
April 6, 2015
Study Tracks Light Pollution in San Pedro River Valley
Researchers are looking into the effects of light pollution on plant and animal species in the San Pedro River Valley.
April 6, 2015
Scheduled Water Release Prompts Warnings At Bartlett Lake
Those planning a trip to Bartlett Lake are being asked to pay attention to the water levels.
April 6, 2015
ICE Wont Release TB Patient In Arizona; Awaits Judges Ruling
Officials with the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement are planning to release an immigrant with a drug resistant form of Tuberculosis in the next couple of days.
April 6, 2015
Navajo Pride Flour Recalled In Arizona, 3 Other States
A Navajo company has issued a voluntary recall of flour that may be tainted with salmonella.
April 6, 2015
Florence Winerys Food Permit Suspended After Salmonella Outbreak
A winery in Florence has temporarily lost its food permit after a salmonella outbreak at a wedding last month.
April 6, 2015
Arizona Diamondbacks Face San Francisco Giants On Opening Day
Arizona is coming off a disappointing 2014 season, finishing last in the division with a record of 64-98. But they’ve since cleaned house.
April 6, 2015
Fewer Arizonans Taking GED Tests
Fewer Arizonans got their High School Equivalency diploma last year. In 2014, fewer than 2,300 people passed the GED tests, which is roughly 80 percent less than previous years. That’s partially due to a new format.
April 6, 2015
What APSs Proposed Increased Solar Prices Mean For Valley Customers
Arizona Public Service is proposing raising its rates for new solar customers. It's the latest Arizona utility to target solar customers this year.
April 3, 2015
NAU Entomologist Rich Hofstetter Explains The Threat Of Bark Beetles On Trees In The U.S.
More than 40 million acres in the Western United States have been affected by bark beetles.
April 3, 2015
Changes To Metro Phoenix Gas-Station Nozzles Approved
Those chunky rubber nozzles on gas pumps will soon be a thing of the past in Maricopa County.
April 3, 2015
Central, PHX: McDowell Road To Bethany Home Road
Today, we can actually ditch the car as we stand on the platform at the light rail station at Encanto. We’ve reached the section of Central between McDowell and Bethany Home. Back in the day, this area was known for cruising, but today — it’s more about the train.
April 3, 2015
Is It Possible To Legislate Morality?
Warnings of moral decline are nothing new. But recently there has been an emphasis on the attempt to legislate morality.
April 3, 2015
Four Chambers Poets Draw Inspiration From Phoenix Art Museum
When you see a work of art, how do you know if you like it? Is it the color? The size? Or does it just have a certain je ne sais quoi?
April 3, 2015
Hot Corner: College Avenue In Tempe
We head now to another hot corner, a spot in the Valley with a lot going on.
April 3, 2015

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