FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE1: Nightly protests in Phoenix are like many across the country, a college in San Carlos celebrates its first graduating class, and COVID-19 has changed things for new Latino voters in the US. Plus, the latest in business, science, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MAY25: Sanitation tunnels in Mexican cities, preventing evictions in the midst of COVID-19, and finding poetic inspiration during the pandemic. Plus, the latest business and fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MAY18: A city in China has supplied some Phoenix first responders with its protective gear, a school district in Flagstaff is taking a different approach to online learning, and for the first time in its history, Mexico is recognizing Afro Mexicans in the census. Plus, the latest in local and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MAY11: it’s far from business as usual for Arizona restaurants, we check in with two; growing peaches in Canyon de Chelly; and how limited PPE makes it tough to care for those with disabilities in day programs and group homes. Plus, the latest in business, fronteras, and education news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MAY4: Libraries in Arizona operate a little differently during the coronavirus pandemic, a mentorship program for refugees continues on, and wildfire season may be fast approaching. Plus, the latest in local and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL27: We check in with Wickenburg in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the UArizona president’s medical background has helped the university’s COVID-19 response, and TGen is seeking volunteers from those who have recovered from the coronavirus. Plus, the latest in local, fronteras, and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL20: Gig workers are still waiting for help during the COVID-19 pandemic, we check in with two locally owned bookstores a year after our series on bookstores, and refugees are especially vulnerable to the coronavirus but safety videos made in several languages might help. Plus, the latest in local, education, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL13: Could there be fallout from all the animal adoptions as the coronavirus pandemic drags on? Arizona Republican lawmakers dismiss calls to emergency expansion of voting by mail; and the Arizona COVID-19 genomics union was recently formed to track the virus’s origins and impacts. Plus, the latest in local, education and Fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF APRIL6: Coronavirus cases on the Navajo Nation are climbing, but so are the number of people helping each other; Mexican authorities call attention to the lack of equipment and staff needed to fight the coronavirus; and one good outcome of social distancing is fewer cars on the road which leads to better air quality. Plus, the latest in local, education and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH30: Navigating the sea of misinformation in the midst of coronavirus concerns, women in Sonora are taking over a male-dominated distillate industry, and Phoenix Sky Harbor is claiming a victory in the fight over ridesharing fees. Plus, the latest in education, science, and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH23: How are ‘grandfamilies’ coping with the impossible situation the coronavirus puts them in? Mexico City bans plastic bags and there is controversy; and schools are still evaluating when to reopen. Plus, the latest in local, science, and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH16: The coronavirus is affecting many areas in rural Arizona as well as small communities, the GOP’s Environmental Plan is designed to encourage industries to ‘go green’, and a literal food desert transforms to promote healthy living and sustainable agriculture. Plus, the latest in science, education, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MAR9: The Sonoran capital of Sonora to make things a little easier for people going through the process of seeking asylum, US Senate candidate Mark Kelly speaks with KJZZ’s The Show, and the census has begun. Plus, the latest in science, education, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF MARCH2: A bill that would ban transgender teens from participating in girls’ sports is causing controversy; could daylight savings be coming to an end?; and an ancient counting tool could be making its way into math classes around the state. Plus, the latest in science, local, and education news.
FOR THE WEEK OF FEB24: The US Border Patrol is accused of desecrating a national monument, the state voucher issue is back in Arizona, and Asian businesses in Mesa are suffering amid fears of the coronavirus. Plus, the latest in local, science and Fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF FEB17: the coronavirus or Covid-19 could impact our access to medicine, ASU launches a mini satellite, and have you seen the weeping woman? A tale from our Untold Arizona series. Plus, the latest in education and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF FEB10: refugees urge the Arizona legislature to welcome those escaping violence and persecution, Kathy Hoffman gives the first State of Special Education address, and fears of the coronavirus might be sparking racism. Plus, Untold Arizona season 3 is back.
FOR THE WEEK OF FEB3: Phoenix weighs the risks of the coronavirus, Sonora, Mexico is dealing with a rise in murder and violence, and Arizona is facing a teacher shortage. Plus the latest in business and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JAN27: The US Dept of Justice filed civil actions against the owners of businesses who are allegedly making robocalls, there were some serious issues with ESA details, and technology is changing archaeology.
FOR THE WEEK OF JAN20: Impeachment is likely to play a big role in Senate campaigns, including Sen. McSally’s chances at election; a new bill at the Arizona Legislature targets students; and faking your emotions could backfire — plus, the latest in local and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JAN13: the Arizona legislature kicks off this week, Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman reacts to Gov. Doug Ducey’s education funding plan, and the Phoenix Mercury have a breakthrough. Plus the latest local and Fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JAN 6: Maricopa County Assessor Paul Petersen resigns, Sunnyslope High School has something to say about school choice, and Arizona Attorney Mark Brnovich sues Juul and ESmoke for targeting young people. Plus, the latest in fronteras, business, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF DEC 30: Phoenix deactivates red light cameras at 12 intersections, home prices continue to rise in the Valley, and Arizona educators make progress. Plus, the latest in science, local, and fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF DEC 16: The new 202 South Mountain freeway is opening soon; water has been in a structural deficit for a while, but how did it get there?; and a theatre program that’s helping people do more in their creative expression. Plus, the latest local, fronteras, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF DEC. 9: the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors are working to improve next years presidential preference election, some Phoenix residents do not like the growth happening in their neighborhoods, and Esports are becoming a thing. Plus, the latest in science, fronteras, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF DECEMBER 2: A whistleblower has accused Arizona’s DOC of falsifying documents, Betsy DeVos’ new education tax credit proposal creates controversy, and a new Mexican consul in Tucson is raising eyebrows. Plus, the latest in local, science, and business news.
FOR THE WEEK OF NOV18: A humanitarian aid worker is once again found not guilty of smuggling undocumented immigrants; Native Americans have more trouble accessing water than any other group; and Phoenix is planning to pull all red light cameras. Plus, the latest local, education, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF NOVEMBER 11: La Mora, Mexico, buries 9 people killed in a senseless attack; Phoenix is asking residents what to do with $130 million from US HUD; and international students are enrolling in fewer numbers in Arizona colleges. Plus, the latest in local and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF NOV 4: a senseless killing of 9 people in Sonora, Mexico; Pinal county is in limbo after a bad report on its aquifer; and a comedian visits KJZZ’s studios. Plus the latest in science, education, and business news.
For the week of October 28: a man dies in Hermosillo after falling in a sinkhole, Paul Petersen is suspended but has the chance to appeal, and we visit a haunted space in Phoenix. Plus the latest in science, education, and fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF OCTOBER 21: Phoenix Police officers are fired after internal investigations, Bisbee’s library is trying something new, and downtown Phoenix gets a new grocery store. Plus the latest in science and education news and a Tiny Desert Concert.
FOR THE WEEK OF OCT 14: fees for ride share companies, a roundtable discussion about the USMCA, and Fountain Hills is set to build a Dark Sky discovery center. Plus, the latest in fronteras, education, and local news.
For the week of OCT 7: Banning books at Arizona prisons? Not so fast. A woman creates a space for parents of children with disabilities to de-stress, and why doesn’t Phoenix have a passenger train service? Plus, the latest science, local, and fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT 30: efforts to create wildlife crossings, emergency room procedures are changing to help geriatrics with chronic conditions, and we break down cultural appropriation in ad campaigns. Plus, the latest science, local, and education news.
FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT 23: What are Native American communities doing to increase voter turnout in 2020? We'll take a look at a photo collection that has images in it dating back as long as cameras have been around. Plus, the latest in local, Fronteras, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT 16: Changes could be made to how states let people qualify for SNAP benefits. We also talk to ASU President Michael Crow about university tuition rates. Plus, the latest in local, fronteras, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT 9: Tracing the Migrant Journey, libraries in Phoenix will cease charging book fines, and what do marijuana dispensaries do when they need to use a bank but can’t? Plus, the latest in local, fronteras, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF SEPT 2ND: playgrounds are offering augmented realities, Bill Montgomery is appointed to the Arizona Supreme Court, and millennials are jumping on the farming band wagon. Plus, the latest local, science, and fronteras news.
For the week of August 26: Our series ‘A Position of Trust’ on teacher sexual misconduct, Phoenix is now the top city in the country for increases in annual home prices, and we finish Tracing the Migrant Journey in Portland, Maine — plus the latest in science, education, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 19: tracing the migrant journey in Yuma; city leaders are deciding whether to keep or sell the south building of the convention center; heat related deaths triple in Phoenix — plus, the latest in local, education, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF AUG12: Farmers all have one thing in common — dogs; Congolese refugees are the largest growing group in Arizona; and a fact check of Prop 105 — plus the latest in education, science, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF AUGUST 5: Firefighters across Arizona demanded worker’s compensation for certain types of cancer and their claims were denied; a new study describes fragmented unregulated stem cell businesses in Arizona; a book bindery produces a rare exquisite bible—plus, the latest in local, education, and Fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 29: Arizona prison healthcare is still not serving inmates adequately, the true cost of Alzheimer’s is greater than we know, and Fox Restaurant Concepts sells to the Cheesecake Factory — plus, the latest Tiny Desert Concert, as well as Fronteras and education news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 22: A ballot measure concerning pension related debt leaves some concerned; Rocky Point is gearing up for cruises despite not having a port; and the challenges women face in policing — plus the latest in fronteras, education, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 15: Our series on Apollo 11 and how Arizona played a role, empathy training for doctors working with opiod addicts, and ‘No Crying in Newsrooms.’ Plus, the latest fronteras, education, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 8: What is Arizona’s role in light of the California earthquakes last week? Phoenix south central gets $100 million for a lightrail project that might not pan out, and Maricopa Department of Transportation is testing a program that will monitor drive times in work sites — plus, the latest in education, Fronteras, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JULY 1: No more room at the Arizona-Mexico border, an explosion shuts down several buildings in downtown Phoenix, and the Arizona Board of Education rejects the schools request for safety officers. Plus — the latest in science, business, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 24: Citizens respond to the behavior of Phoenix police officers, Tempe expands its recreation for students with disabilities, and an Arizona-Mexico deal intended to draw in filmmakers. Plus, the latest in local, Fronteras, and science news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JUN 17: Interesting meetings about the behavior of the Phoenix Police Department, the Arizona Corporation Commission prohibits power shut-off for unpaid bills this summer, and how new tech can teach students empathy for the aging population. Plus the latest in business, science, and Fronteras news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 10: Our series ‘Protecting the Northern Jaguar,’ the latest from Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, and shifting funds to pay for school supplies and repairs — plus the latest in business, science, and local news.
FOR THE WEEK OF JUNE 3: Mexico and the US continue trade immigration talks, preparing for monsoon season, Arizona attorneys question the guidance of students with disabilities and graduation — plus the latest in local, Fronteras, and science news.
WEEK OF MAY 27: The legislature wraps up this week, a snippet of the loudness of Mexico City, the education budget leaves some wanting, plus the latest in science, business and local news.
For the week of May 20: Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar’s congressional office spent the most of any U.S. House member last year on “official” travel, a look at the toll booth protests in Mexico, and a Tiny Desert Concert — plus the latest in local, business, and education news.
For the week of May 13: A 2020 census question could cost Phoenix billions, Mexico’s air quality at shocking levels, and 5G wireless phones might affect the weather — plus the latest in local, business, and education news.
THIS WEEK: Our series on the Maricopa Integrated Health System, what Arizonans can do to improve education despite shortfalls, why ASU is teaching etiquette — plus the latest in Fronteras, business, and local news.
Some top stories this week: Our series on Crossing Mexico, how some school districts might be breaking the law, and a Tiny Desert Concert. Plus the latest in Fronteras, science, and business news.
Some top stories this week: The business of bookstores series from Christina Estes, looking back at #RedForEd a year later, and Mexico becomes the US’ top trade partner. Plus, the latest in science and local news.
Some top news this week: Yuma’s mayor declares a state of emergency at the border, changes to Arizona elections and the use of emergency voting centers, do our brains grasp metaphors as well as we think — plus the latest science and business news from KJZZ.
Some top stories this week: a vote of no-confidence in MCCCD; the economic impact of violence in Mexico reaches an all-time high; and NASA does a twin study. Plus, we wrap up Untold Arizona Season 2. That and all the latest in business and education news.
This week in the news: season 2 of Untold Arizona, the #MeToo movement arrives in Mexico, and the latest in local, business, and science news.
This week in the news: the latest on the Arizona opioid epidemic, a new survey about raising Arizona taxes to pay for public education, plus an installment from Women of the West, and the latest science, Fronteras, and business news.
This week: the Colorado River drought contingency plan is finally complete, Mexico’s ambassador visits the Valley, and ASU is forming an online spinoff program — plus, all the latest science and business news from KJZZ.
Some top stories this week: a self-driving grocery delivery program is leaving Scottsdale; migrants are quarantined for a mumps outbreak; and Kate Gallego wins the Phoenix mayoral runoff election. That and all the latest in science, education, and local news.
For the week of March 4, 2019: some top stories include Martha McSally’s shocking truth about her experience in the military, how medical marijuana dispensaries legally operate under federal law, and of course the latest education, Fronteras, and science news.
Some top stories this week: will body cams improve police community relations? The debate over Arizona’s medical marijuana extract law continues, and Mexico’s president has been in office for 90 days. That and all the latest, education, business, and local news.