is applying to be designated a Dark Sky community. The City Council voted on Tuesday 5-2 in favor of applying to the International Dark-Sky Association for
the official designation. The label would recognize the community efforts to
preserve the dark skies and set guidelines to maintain the status.
The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Office is
introducing a new app for smartphones. ICE says it will allow you to join the
hunt for child predators. Spokeswoman
Amber Cargile says the first-of-its-kind app contains four user-friendly
US Airways and its prospective partner American Airlines set out Tuesday morning on a two-day summit to Washington, DC. The companies are sending 300 employees to argue in favor of an imperiled merger.
A former Phoenix
police officer has been convicted of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon,
but a jury could not agree on charge of second-degree murder. Richard Chrisman was on trial for killing a man in 2010.
( Eastern Arizona ) At 89% containment, the Wallow wildfire in Eastern Arizona continues to be a signficant story. KJZZ's Al Macias, Nick Blumberg and Paul Atkinson all reported from the Wallow fire area to bring the latest news from the largest wildfire in Arizona history.
Last week a transformer fire left 150,000 Arizona residents without power on one of the hottest days of the year. Here and Now host Steve Goldstein interviews two experts about why it happened and how to prevent outages in the future.
The All-Star Game brought visitors to the valley from across the country, giving the down Arizona economy a shot in the arm. KJZZ's Morning Edition Host Dennis Lambert spoke with Ray Artigue, former director of the sports business MBA program at ASU's W.