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KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Jan. 11, 2021
Arizona Gov. Ducey’s State of the State had some controversial language about schools and funding. Efforts to distribute vaccines across Arizona are moving quickly, but some experts worry that this may not be a silver bullet. And a fallen soldier was buried this week, a soldier from the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941. Plus the latest business, Fronteras Desk, tribal and Valley news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Jan. 4, 2021
Aizona Gov. Ducey faces challenges as a lame duck governor that are both ordinary and, in face of the coronavirus pandemic, extraordinarily unique. Cycling has enjoyed steadily growing popularity in Sonora. Arizona is facing a teacher shortage that is being made worse by the pandemic. Plus, the latest business, science and Valley news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Dec. 14, 2020
Arizona is starting to distribute the coronavirus vaccine and prioritizing people who live and work in prisons. Sending a holiday card this season brings higher sales to businesses. And an elementary school surprises a student teacher who didn't get to celebrate her graduation. Plus the latest in tribal, Fronteras Desk and Valley news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Dec. 7, 2020
Is it time to reset as Arizona loses control of the coronavirus? Tucson is trying to woo more remoter workers. And Phoenix's irrigation system for parks could use an overhaul. Plus the latest in Valley, Fronteras Desk and education news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Nov. 30, 2020
A COVID-19 vaccine may soon be available. Metrocenter Mall is auctioning off all of the remaining items within its walls to the public. And the traditional Eating Christmas event switches to a virtual event. Plus, the latest in science, Fronteras Desk, tribal and education news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Nov. 16, 2020
The Navajo people have relied on medicine men for many types of wellness, but the pandemic is threatening them. Youth sports are known as superspreader events of COVID-19. And why some Arizona Republicans voted Democrat. Plus, the latest in business, education, Fronteras Desk and Valley news.