A Republican state lawmaker is threatening to file a complaint against Phoenix with the Arizona attorney general if the city follows through on a plan to raise fees on rideshare companies at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.
Notorious Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán might be behind bars, but the cartels are still operating. And the U.S. government is now offering a reward to capture the leader of a criminal organization based in Mexico.
The House Judiciary Committee has approved two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. This makes President Trump the fourth president in American history to face impeachment by the House, which is expected to vote on it next week.
This week’s White Island volcanic eruption left 16 dead. Dozens more are being treated for severe burns throughout New Zealand and Australia. One method being used to treat some of the patients was pioneered here in the Valley.
Prosecutions of migrants coming across the U.S.-Mexico border have skyrocketed under the Trump administration. A new report from the Government Accountability Office shows that misdemeanor improper entry cases more than doubled from 2017 to 2018 — to about 62,000.
For the eighth year in a row, the Central Arizona Dental Society Foundation is hosting its Dental Mission of Mercy event. It’s a resource for those who can’t afford to go to the dentist or don’t have insurance.
Cartel Coffee Lab was founded in 2007 by Jason and Amy Silberschlag. In the decade since, they’ve expanded all over the state — and even to Austin, Texas, and Palm Springs, California. The draw? Their expertly sourced, expertly roasted coffee.
The Arizona State Board of Education approved plans by nearly 400 public schools to hire school counselors, social workers and police officers. The hires are part of an expansion of the existing school safety grant program, which received a $20 million boost to the program’s $12 million annual budget earlier this year.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of Phoestivus — the annual holiday event that serves up music, food and locally-made goods with a "Seinfeld" twist. The annual event around the holidays that kicked off this week at Phoenix Public Market in downtown Phoenix.
We all have someone from elementary school that we remember: a teacher, a lunch lady, or even a crossing guard. Billy Weldon — or Mr. Billy as the kids call him — is one of those people. He’s a crossing guard at Marshall Magnet Elementary School in Flagstaff, and he’s been nominated for "America’s Favorite Crossing Guard."
Vending machines in downtown Gilbert raised more than $800,000 for local and international charities last year. They’re back for the holiday season.On a recent night a crowd surrounds the four bright red “Giving Machines” near the base of the Gilbert water tower.
This week, Nick Fandos joined Politics with Amy Walter to share the latest about the House's impeachment vote. But while the national media has been saturated with impeachment, Democratic candidates are focused on Iowa, where voters will cast their ballots in the new year.
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with Marcus Dell’Artino, a partner at First Strategic, and former congressional staffer Roy Herrera.