KJZZ's Stories You Don't Want to Miss is a curated download of the week's best stories, brought to you by our news reporting team.
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.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Nov. 9, 2020
President-elect Joe Biden will inherit Donald Trump’s legacy in the Southwest: hundreds of miles of new border wall. Coronavirus cases spike again and Arizona is thinking about schooling. And searching for Arizona’s "sound" is trickier than it seems. Plus, the latest in science, business and tribal news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Nov. 2, 2020
Craft beer in Arizona has had to adapt to the coronavirus. In Mexico, the impacts of the border wall are also being felt. And a science-fiction author has changed the themes of his writing due to COVID-19. Plus, the latest in science, local and education news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Oct. 26, 2020
Arizonans continue to struggle with unemployment due to the coronavirus pandemic. The FTC is helping Native American communities access more reliable internet connections. And Mexicans plan to celebrate the Día de Muertos, or Day of the Dead, holidays.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Oct. 19, 2020
The McCain Institute joins efforts to condemn the QAnon conspiracy theory. What to do about the increased cases of COVID-19 in Arizona. And a twist on Halloween and the pandemic. Plus, the latest in business, Fronteras Desk and education news.
KJZZ Stories You Don't Want To Miss For The Week Of Oct. 12, 2020
Where did the name of Arizona's Kitty Joe Creek come from? Hear how performing artists are adapting to the new normal. Phoenix is breaking records in terms of heat. Plus, the latest in Fronteras Desk, business and Valley news.