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Jenny Wells
The Show visited hairstylist Jenny Wells at Altered Ego Salon in Tempe to talk about the comeback of the mullet and watch the process of getting one.
Oct. 4, 2023
Rescue helmet used by the Phoenix Fire Department
Phoenix held a groundbreaking ceremony Tuesday for Fire Station 62 at 93rd Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road. Two dozen firefighters are expected to work out of the nearly 21,000 square foot facility. It will include a new fire engine and ambulance to better serve the growing community.
Oct. 3, 2023
person shopping online
Arizona’s Kris Mayes and 22 other attorneys general filed a letter last week in support of a proposed Federal Trade Commission rule to combat deceptive customer reviews.
Oct. 3, 2023
Phoenix City Hall
Phoenix ended its last fiscal year on June 30, 2023, with a budget surplus of nearly $19 million but its economic forecast is gloomy.
Sep. 28, 2023
Someone holding a film slate on a movie set.
After nearly five months on the picket lines, the Writer’s Guild of America has struck a tentative deal with film studios. But union actors are still on strike. And the standstill in Hollywood is having some impact on Arizona.
Sep. 26, 2023
The Show spoke with director of Food Entrepreneurship for Local First Arizona Gabe Gardner about the new development his group is working on with the city of Mesa.
Sep. 25, 2023
Mark Kelly
Scottsdale-based economist Danny Court with Elliot D. Pollack and Company noted that along with striking auto workers at Ford, General Motors and Stellantis, a government shutdown would be another detriment to the U.S. economy.
Sep. 24, 2023
MGM Grand Las Vegas
MGM Resorts brought to an end a 10-day computer shutdown prompted by efforts to shield data from a cyberattack on Wednesday, casino officials said. Rival casino owner Caesars Entertainment also disclosed last week to federal regulators that it was hit by a cyberattack Sept. 7.
Sep. 23, 2023
a sign pointing to a hospital entrance
A rezoning referendum for building a new Flagstaff hospital campus near Fort Tuthill County Park will be decided by residents in November. Northern Arizona Healthcare, the organization in support of the campus’s development, will hold a forum to take questions about the project.
Sep. 23, 2023
Fair rides
This year's Arizona State Fair runs Sept. 22 through Oct. 29, with the usual range of rides and games in the Midway to the Coliseum concert series to demolition derby and rodeos in the grandstand.
Find more things to do this weekend with KJZZ Hotspots
Sep. 22, 2023
Eggo Brunch in a Jar Sippin’ Cream
Now you can get alcoholic coffee and tea drinks from Dunkin’ Donuts. Or if breakfast food is more your thing, you can try the frozen waffle-inspired offering from Eggo.
Sep. 21, 2023
Unleaded gas price read-out of $4.99
AAA Arizona spokesman Julian Paredes says the high prices are tied to the out-of-state refineries that supply our gas, in Texas and California.
Sep. 21, 2023
tracy dempsey
The Show continues its Saguaro Land series with chef Tracy Dempsey and how her desserts are intertwined with the Sonoran Desert.
Hear more stories from Saguaro Land
Sep. 21, 2023
Planes wait to depart from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2023.
It was a dramatic scene on Wednesday outside of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, where more than 100 workers gathered to protest low wages and poor benefits. Six people were arrested. The Show spoke with the Arizona Republic's Perry Vandell about the protests.
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Sep. 21, 2023
Grand Canyon
Arizona’s governor vowed Wednesday to use an executive order to keep the Grand Canyon open if the U.S. government shuts down.
Sep. 20, 2023
Graduates walk in downtown Phoenix
Since welcoming the Translational Genomics Research Institute downtown, Phoenix has seen significant growth in bioscience and healthcare related companies.
Sep. 19, 2023
marijuana leaf
The Show spoke with Eddie Celaya, cannabis writer for the Arizona Daily Star and host of the Here Weed Go podcast, about potential cannabis cafes in California.
Sep. 19, 2023
A hydrogen fuel-cell semitruck made by Nikola Motors.
Arizona-based Nikola Motors says it’s recently started producing hydrogen fuel-cell semitrucks and expects to begin delivering them this fall. The company said it’s had more than 200 orders for the trucks, which have a range of up to 500 miles.
Sep. 19, 2023
housing construction
Many older adults live in communities with monthly or quarterly homeowners association fees. These HOA dues are typically used for the maintenance of a community — things like landscaping or upkeep of the pool. But seniors on fixed incomes could run into trouble if they can’t pay their mandatory dues.
Sep. 18, 2023
MGM Grand Las Vegas
Casino operator MGM Resorts International said Tuesday that resorts are open and an investigation is continuing after what it called a “cybersecurity issue” led to the shutdown of computer systems at company properties across the U.S.
Sep. 14, 2023


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