Q&AZ

Q&AZ

You’ve got questions, we’ve got reporters.

Q&AZ

Whether you were born in Arizona or came here from somewhere else, chances are you’ve wondered about the people, places and things in the Grand Canyon State.

We think great stories start with curious questions, and KJZZ wants to investigate your questions — big or small — from the Valley or across the state.

Submit a question below. Please note: We won't be able to answer every question, but we will answer as many as we can.

For questions about programming, membership or anything else about KJZZ, please visit kjzz.org/contact.

Q and AZ

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Questions our reporters have answered:

Should Kids Under 12 Go To School In Person?
Arizona students are heading back to school as concerns grow over rising COVID-19 cases and the Delta variant. Through KJZZ's Q&AZ project, one listener asked what infectious disease experts recommend for children not old enough to get a vaccine: remote or in-person classes?
More Q&AZ Questions Answered
July 24, 2021
Q&AZ: Why Are There 2 KJZZs?
In 1985, KMCR became KJZZ, using call letters to reference the station’s late-night jazz programming. In 1993, a TV station in Utah adopted the same name, for a different reason. Through KJZZ's Q&AZ project, one listener asked: Why is there a TV station in Utah with the same call letters as this radio station?
July 10, 2021
Q&AZ: Why Has San Carlos Lake Gone Dry?
While Arizona’s farmers have been preparing for extreme drought conditions, water shortages in some areas have reached drastic lows. Through KJZZ’s Q&AZ Project, a listener asked: Why has San Carlos Lake behind Coolidge Dam gone dry?
July 2, 2021