KJZZ News

StoryCorps Phoenix: Zachary and Claire Robertin
We are pleased to begin sharing the conversations from StoryCorps Phoenix, the project that records the stories from everyday people. Zachary and Claire Robertin (Photo courtesy of StoryCorps) The StoryCorps Mobile Booth is parked at the Phoenix Art Museum and has been very busy.
Sept. 20, 2013
Arizona universities ask for tuition increases
Students at Arizona’s three public universities would pay three to five percent more in tuition next year, under requests made by the schools. ASU and UofA are each asking for three percent increases, while NAU is asking for a five percent hike.
Sept. 20, 2013
Arizona teenagers can expect a tight summer job market
Arizona teenagers looking for a summer job might have to settle for volunteer work or an unpaid internship.  The state’s job market is expected to be very tight for young people who want to make some cash during their school break.
Sept. 20, 2013
StoryCorps Phoenix: Sandra Day OConnor and Scott OConnor
We are pleased to begin sharing the conversations from StoryCorps Phoenix, the project that records the stories from everyday people. Sandra Day O'Connor and her son, Scott O'Connor (Photo courtesy of StoryCorps) The StoryCorps Mobile Booth is parked at the Phoenix Art Museum and has been very busy.
Sept. 20, 2013
Will climate change crush Phoenixs future?
Author and conservationist William deBuys argued in a recent Los Angeles Times Op-Ed that the future of Phoenix is unsustainable, largely because of the impact of climate change. deBuys and Grady Gammage, attorney and Morrison Institute Senior Research Fellow, debated whether Phoenix has done enough to prepare for a hotter future.
Sept. 20, 2013
Arizona judge rules pregnant man cant divorce wife
A transgender Arizona man who made headlines for being pregnant as a man has been denied a divorce from his current wife. A Maricopa County Superior Court judge decided their marriage can't be legally recognized or dissolved in Arizona.
Sept. 20, 2013
Border Patrol warns of Arizona desert dangers
The Border Patrol is warning of the dangers of crossing the Arizona desert as temperatures shoot up this month. Spokesman Brent Cagen says there were 177 deaths in the southern Arizona desert last year and that border crossers are faced with many hazards.
Sept. 20, 2013
Marana council decides not to sign tourism deal
The town of Marana may develop its own tourism bureau. The Marana Town Council could not reach an agreement with the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau. Council members voted Tuesday to seek other options to promote tourism.
Sept. 20, 2013
Mercury collection programs are failing, toxic compounds ending up in trash
A new report says voluntary programs to keep mercury thermostats out of the trash in Arizona, and across the country, are failing. Michael Bender of the Mercury Policy Project says the programs, run by manufacturers, have captured just a small portion of the thermostats that have come out of service in the last ten years.
Sept. 20, 2013
The Evolution Of The Taco
Sept. 20, 2013
Joshua trees in the Southwest are blooming beyond expectation this year
The iconic Joshua trees of the Mojave and Sonoran deserts are blooming beyond expectation this year. Joshua trees throughout the Southwest are blooming with millions of greenish-white flowers, and many biologists are trying to understand why.
Sept. 20, 2013

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