Q&AZ

Q&AZ

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.

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Questions our reporters have answered:

Q&AZ: Stinknet is everywhere in Arizona. Where did it come from?
Drive around the Phoenix area — or just about anywhere in the state right now — and you’ll see tiny, yellow, globe-like flowers popping up just about anywhere. While, they might look like pretty wildflowers, they are not. They are stinknet.
April 8, 2024
Q&AZ: Why do ASU shuttle buses have Nebraska license plates?
Large charter buses have been spotted all over the Valley, sporting the ASU brand and advertisements for the university. One listener asked what they're for, and why are they all registered in Nebraska?
April 8, 2024
Q&AZ: What is the oldest Arizona ranch that is still operating?
Through KJZZ’s Q&AZ reporting project, a listener asked: “What is the oldest Arizona ranch that is still operating?” Sierra Bonita Ranch in Willcox was the first permanent American cattle ranch in the state, and it’s still going.
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Feb. 27, 2024
Q&AZ: Are Gila monsters legal as pets in Arizona?
Through KJZZ’s Q&AZ reporting project, a listener asked on social media if it's illegal to keep Gila monsters as pets and breed them in Arizona.
Feb. 23, 2024
Q&AZ: Should drivers worry about leaking water in the Deck Park Tunnel on I-10 in Phoenix?
The tunnel underneath Phoenix's Margaret T. Hance Park is known for leaking water onto vehicles driving through it, but ADOT says it has no effect on the structural integrity of the tunnel.
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Feb. 5, 2024