General Colin Powell, former U.S. Secretary of State, was in Phoenix on Tuesday to
talk about leadership and the importance of civil discussion.STEVE GOLDSTEIN: General Powell spoke in Phoenix as part of the O’Connor House
Distinguished Speakers Series.
Join KJZZ for an International Jazz Day bash recorded live at The Nash in Phoenix onTue., April 30 at 9 p.m. This Jazz in AZ production, which was emceed by KJZZ Music Director Blaise Lantana features an all-star quintet of Valley musicians paying tribute to the jazz greats who inspired them.
former Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas says he’s running for governor. He’ll
file the official paperwork Friday afternoon.In a
statement he released on Thursday evening, Thomas said he’ll be focusing on the
need to protect public safety, ensure border security and fight corruption.
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records the stories of everyday people and archives them at the Library of Congress.
A bill to allow Arizonans to pay for goods and services with
gold and silver is headed to Governor Brewer. From Phoenix, KJZZ’s Mark Brodie
The state Senate gave the measure its final approval
Tuesday, on a near party-line, 18-10 vote.
Senator Jeff Flake said he is not surprised a poll out this week called him one of the most unpopular senators in the United States. A Public Policy Polling survey shows a big drop in support because of Flake’s recent vote against universal background checks for gun purchases.
Some people in Arizona who cross the state line to work in Nevada may be required to pay a “commuter tax.” Supporters of the proposed fees say they would create revenues for Nevada road maintenance and construction.
something you don't hear everyday. Nestle is recalling some pizzas.
The company is recalling all of its frozen pizzas that have spinach on
them. David McAtee of the Yavapai County
Health Department says that's because clear fragments of foreign material with sharp edges have been found in
The Jodi Arias murder trial in Phoenix has dominated coverage on local television stations and national networks. Arizona Republic critic Bill Goodykoontz offered insights on why the case has attracted so much attention.
The Federal Aviation Administration is developing regulations to open the skies to drones by 2015. Agriculture is expected to be one of the largest potential markets for drones. Cronkite News reports companies like Yamaha have been selling unmanned aerial vehicles for years in Japan.
New research indicates that Arizona drivers are spending less time on the road. The study found that spikes in gas prices and increased use of mass transit are behind the trend.The report was released by the nonpartisan Arizona Public Interest Research Group.
The Phoenix City Council has approved a plan to outsource food and beverage operations and maintenance at five of the city owned municipal golf courses. The city lost $2 million in the last fiscal year operating the courses.
Arizona's run of price declines at the gas pump came to an end in the last week. The statewide average price Friday morning was $3.44 a gallon, up almost two cents from a week ago, but still 16 cents below the national average price.
The Ninth U.S.
Circuit Court of Appeals says there’s still an unresolved question about whether
a southern Arizona tribe was rightfully
awarded reservation status…for its planned casino site in Glendale.
Mesa Mayor Scott Smith said Arizona needs to prepare to deepen its fiscal strength when the economy fully recovers. He said the state has relied too much on growth to take it out of economic struggles.
A mistrial has been declared in the penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial. The now-dismissed jury says it was hopelessly deadlocked on the issue of whether Arias should spend the rest of her life in prison, or be put to death.
Lawmakers from northern states are saying “no” to a proposed study of a fee to enter the United States by land. They say it will hurt cities along the U.S. - Canadian border. Last month the Department of Homeland Security requested permission to study an entry fee at the nation's land border crossings.
p.m.– that is the deadline to collect the 335,000 signatures needed to recall the
self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff in America.”
The push to oust Arpaio from office got a boost Friday when a federal judge ruled his office had racially profiled Latinos.
The Arizona Supreme Court says it will give lawmakers another chance to argue they do not have to obey a voter mandate to increase funding for public schools. The 2000 voter-approved law hiked the state sales tax by six-tenths of a cent.
Pro's Ranch Markets chief financial
officer says the Latin American grocer will emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy within nine
months. Executives blame the economy
and immigration policy for their problems.