KJZZ News

The Senators
The Senators are not just a group of people who hang out in capitol buildings – it’s also the name of a Valley band.
March 27, 2015
STEM Guitar Project Strikes A Chord With Arizona Teachers
When we picture education for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, or STEM, we often think of scientific instruments like test tubes, robots and calculators. But how about musical instruments?
March 27, 2015
Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center And ASU To Study And Prevent Falling Among Older Adults
Every year, millions of Americans over the age of 65 fall. For some, falling can be attributed to a neurological condition like Parkinson’s disease. But for others, falling is the result of aging. Now, a new study is underway to study falls and ways to prevent them.
March 27, 2015
Take A Trip Up The Central Avenue Corridor
KJZZ's The Show is featuring communities, businesses, people and other spots around Central Avenue to explore the unique and interesting culture of central Phoenix. The Central Avenue corridor spans from North Mountain to South Mountain and is home to historic neighborhoods, major financial and business institutions and a thriving local culture.
March 27, 2015
 Take A Trip Up The Central Avenue Corridor
KJZZ's The Show is featuring communities, businesses, people and other spots around Central avenue to explore the unique and interesting culture of central Phoenix. The Central avenue corridor spans from North Mountain to South Mountain and is home to historic neighborhoods, major financial and business institutions and a thriving local culture.
March 27, 2015
Peoria Unified School District Still Considering Four-Day Week
Teachers, students and legislators all spoke about school funding at Thursday night’s Peoria Unified School District’s board meeting.
March 27, 2015
DEA: $4.5M Indianapolis Drug Bust Has Arizona Ties
Thanks to a tip from the Phoenix office of the Drug Enforcement Administration, a multi-million dollar drug cartel originating in Tempe, has been dismantled in Indianapolis.
March 27, 2015
The unauthorized immigrant workforce in the U.S. has remained relatively stable since the Great Recession began in 2007 to 2012, but there have been shifts in employment, according to new research. The data reveals the impact on industries in Arizona.
March 27, 2015
2 Arizona Bills Would Make It Harder For Neighborhoods To Block Liquor Stores
The Arizona Legislature is pushing two bills that would make it harder for residents to prevent stores that sell liquor from moving into their neighborhood.
March 27, 2015
Arizona Bill Would Prohibit Plastic-Bag Ordinances
Backed by grocery stores, restaurants and retailers, the Arizona House on Thursday voted to block cities and counties from getting in the way of the ultimate question: paper or plastic?
March 27, 2015
Navajo Nation Lawmaker Wants Chief Justice Removed
A bill to remove Herb Yazzie comes shortly after the high court reaffirmed an order requiring the tribe's belated presidential election to be held without further delay.
March 27, 2015
New Ruling To Allow Equity Crowdfunding In US
A entirely new way to invest in businesses is on the horizon after the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission decided this week to allow equity crowdfunding, which gives private companies the ability to raise money from the general public nationwide.
March 27, 2015
The Arizona Department of Transportation closed a 23-mile section of the highway near Page and paved an alternate route on the Navajo Nation.
March 26, 2015
Dairy farms in southern New Mexico have submitted a plan to the state that will help prevent groundwater contamination beneath their properties.
March 26, 2015
Local Pollen And Honey May Help Fight Allergies
It’s that time of year — allergy season. In fact, Phoenix has some of the highest pollen levels in the country right now. While you may be reaching for the nasal spray and allergy medication, many people swear by an allergy remedy that comes courtesy of mother nature: bees.
March 26, 2015
Arizona Cart Services Handles Stray Shopping Carts Across The Valley
Shopping carts — the work horse of our economy. Despite their utilitarian design and wobbly wheels, consumers tend to hold on to them longer than they should.
March 26, 2015
New Novel Mixes Romance With Arizona Politics
The western romance story is nothing new. But we’ll tell you what is - a western romance with a woman who’s an Arizona senator as the lead. In a new book titled "Seducing His Senator," Elle Marlow couples a western romance with the Arizona State Capitol.
March 26, 2015
UA Grant Encourages Recruiting American Indians Into Medical Careers
The University of Arizona College of Medicine’s Native American Research and Training Center has gotten a $975,000 grant from the Indian Health Service to recruit more American Indians into medicine and healthcare careers. It was one of two university-based grants awarded by IHS.
March 26, 2015
Grand Canyon Distance Learning Project Lets Students Visit The Park From The Classroom
Students across the country have been visiting the Grand Canyon without having to fill out a permission slip. It’s part of the national park’s distance learning program.
March 26, 2015
Sports Journalist Brad Cesmat Discusses ASU Mens Basketball Struggles
Arizona State University’s men’s basketball program has become the place where head coaches’ careers go to die — or at least become very ill.
March 26, 2015

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