Did You Know: Arizona Is A Top Rosebush Farming State, the city of Phoenix is figuring out what to do with its empty lots, Phoenix Coyotes are optimistic about their game attendance, state lawmakers return to the state Capitol on Monday, Mesa Mayor Scott Smith joins the race for governor, commentator Robrt Pela reviews Xanadu, some politicians file a lawsuit against Maricopa Community College District Governing Board expansion, comprehensive immigration reform has not yet happened and restoring money to highways is a legislative priority.
Preparing for our digital afterlife, Did You Know: 17 Arizona Symbols, expectations for Gov. Jan Brewer's budget proposal, new Phoenix City Council members sworn in including Kate Gallego and Petrified Forest expands.
Did You Know: 10th Cavalry Was The First Black Military Unit In Arizona, analyzing Phoenix's bond rating drop, targeting not just alcohol but other impairments this holiday season, Valley food banks stay busy this holiday season with donations as well as need and DUI prevention becomes a top priority for law enforcement during the holidays.
The Valley’s housing market seems to have slowed a bit, tasting and touring behind the scenes at Cold Stone Creamery, State Rep. Kate Brophy McGee wants to separate CPS and some related programs from the Department of Economic Security, a Rocky Point resident and American weighs in on the recent shooting, the effects of the new campaign contribution limits passed this week, an interactive map from "The Takeaway" shows median housecome income in Arizona, Did You Know: I-17 tree is mysteriously decorated every year, the U of A Wildcats are again the top-ranked team in the nation and the city of Glendale’s financial situation is not a great one right now.
Gustavo Arellano will speak at ASU's Hispanic Convocation next week, a concerted effort by the City of Phoenix and a number of organizations has been focused on completely eliminating homelessness among veterans, Arizona’s Medicaid expansion plan will have its first day in court Friday afternoon, come New Year’s Day, Arizonans could have a better sense of what it costs to see the doctor, Valley ice rinks thrive during the holiday season and Did You Know Monument Hill is the state’s initial point for the Public Land Survey System?
Two college basketball games, an arts festival, and a PAC 12 Championship football game, all in one town, on the same day! Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flood the area around Tempe’s Mill Avenue.
Did You Know: Sky Harbor Airport Once Had A Nickname, the "Hot Strip" of Indian School Road and 38th Street in Phoenix, analyzing Black Friday shopping this year, lowering our expectations for the Phoenix real estate market and determining the relationship between construction, jobs and real estate.
A "Did You Know" segment about the Arizona navy, an update on the Child Protective Services hearing and backlash, One Valley girl's experience with English Language Learner instruction, Arizona's Indian gaming industry, air quality in Arizona, how the jury process differs in a re re-trial, the Republican Governors Association meets in Scottsdale, the California Channel setting a precedent for broadcasting government video, it's the digital age but not all government video is online, extreme rain over the weekend and commentary from Adriene Jenik of ASU's School of Art.
KJZZ's Nick Blumberg competes in a triathlon, the first IV opens in Scottsdale, Did You Know: St. Mary's Basilica, Mesa is on a roll with new development, Canadian snowbirds flock to Arizona, net metering debate ends with a compromise, new bill would give credit to nontraditional borrowers and museum event appraises American Indian art.
Did You Know: Japanese Friendship Garden, new standards could make roadways usable for all modes of transportation, Family Circus statue unveiled, Solana plant sparks questions, Phoenix City Council newcomers, Team Awesome helps politicians, support drops for nonprofits