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A Southwest Airlines flight takes off from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport on Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2023.
About 2.2 million Arizonans are expected to be traveling for the holidays, according to AAA Arizona. It will be one of the busiest holiday periods the organization has tracked in more than two decades.
Dec. 15, 2023
Accessing veterinary care in rural parts of Arizona can be difficult. It’s even more challenging in some tribal communities like the Navajo Nation. KJZZ talked to one vet who is bringing care to these places.
Dec. 15, 2023
Pills in prescription medication bottle
The Biden administration announced Thursday that the prices for dozens of drugs in the Medicare program rose faster than the rate of inflation. That’s in violation of a new federal law. Health and Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra said at a press conference in Phoenix those manufacturers will be penalized.
Dec. 15, 2023
Waymo vehicle
Waymo One is rolling out curbside pickup and dropoff to select riders at Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix during overnight hours.
Dec. 14, 2023
water system
The Show spoke with Sharon Megdal, director of the Water Resources Research Center at the University of Arizona, and Nancy Caywood, a farmer with Caywood Farms in Casa Grande, about water use by agriculture.
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Dec. 14, 2023
Vacant lot
The Phoenix City Council has council approved an ordinance creating a vacant property registry. Owners of vacant lots over 10,000 square feet — along with some vacant commercial and residential properties — must register online.
Dec. 13, 2023
Pumping gas in a truck
Arizona’s Republican lawmakers want to lower in-state gas prices by asking the EPA to allow the gas stations to sell a wider variety of fuel blends.
Dec. 13, 2023
Freeport-McMoRan mines in Miami
The U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources took up a pair of mining bills this week. One of them has called for changes to the mining law of 1872.
Dec. 13, 2023
Sedona
The city of Sedona is renewing a pilot program that incentivizes homeowners to rent to long-term, locally employed tenants rather than short-term rent platforms like Airbnb.
Dec. 13, 2023
Hand holding TV remote in front of screen
DIRECTV and TEGNA, which runs Channel 12, have not been able to come to an agreement on retransmission contracts that are up for renewal every few years. Channel 3 and YouTube TV are in a similar dispute.
Dec. 11, 2023
david cook
An Arizona lawmaker wants the state to crack down on the use of bots to buy up popular concert tickets and resell them to the public at sky-high prices.
Dec. 11, 2023
insulin bottle and needle
Swapna Reddy, a clinical associate professor in Arizona State University's College of Health Solutions, said the U.S. is an outlier in terms of how much money we spend on insulin.
Dec. 11, 2023
Three female volunteers wearing plastic smocks, gloves and face shields lean over a male patient wearing a black hoodie. He is laying down with his mouth open. They are doing dental work in his mouth.
The annual dental clinic sponsored by Arizona Dental Association Cares Foundation (AzDA Cares) at the State Fairgrounds had reached capacity by noon Friday. Organizers said many people under the federal poverty level put off dental care due to cost.
Dec. 8, 2023
Pills in prescription medication bottle
Medicare is meant to keep healthcare affordable for seniors. But new evidence suggests Part D participants are overpaying for drugs because private insurers are artificially inflating costs.
Dec. 8, 2023
Pile of gift cards
The holiday shopping season is underway, but buyers beware. Thousands of cloned gift cards have been seized in Arizona.
Dec. 8, 2023
Ukrainian Delegation Visits KJZZ
The sense of urgency behind a bill to fund the Ukraine war effort is reverberating all the way here to Arizona, where three members of the Ukrainian Parliament visited this month.
Dec. 7, 2023
A home sold in Phoenix
Imagine if your house, or land you owned, was put up for sale and then sold — without you ever being aware of any of it. That’s been happening in Arizona and elsewhere, where criminals steal identities and falsify documents.
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Dec. 7, 2023
Arizona Border Crossings
The Show spoke with Daisy Zavala Magaña with the Nogales International about the Lukeville Port of Entry closure.
Dec. 7, 2023
Mark Kelly
The GOSAFE Act, co-sponsored by Arizona Sen. Mark Kelly, would establish a list of prohibited firearms and limit the capacity of detachable magazines to 10 rounds, as well as prohibit the manufacture and assembly of "ghost guns."
Dec. 6, 2023
Sedona, Arizona sign
The Show spoke with Shannon Boone, housing manager for the cities of Sedona and Cottonwood, about how short-term rentals increase rent and what new deed restrictions are doing to counteract that.
Dec. 6, 2023

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