Today we begin an occasional series about raising kids in Arizona. We’ll look at some of the benefits and troubles associated with raising children in the state. In the coming months we’ll address issues like safety, education, culture, and this morning we look at a health issue. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer reports that kids in the Valley sometimes have a hard time finding clean air.
In Western Germany the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center is the largest US military medical facility outside the U.S. and gives care to both US and coalition forces, as well as their families. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer visited Landstuhl, and brings the voices of three Arizonans in the military medical system, with very different stories.
One performer in Tucson, Arizona is taking a new approach to the age-old immigration debate. He’s hoping hip-hop will give new breath to the issue. From member station KJZZ, Tony Ganzer reports.
So-called eXtreme sports are quickly moving from the fringes of the world sports scene, into higher-profile venues like the Olympics. Snowboarding made the jump to the mainstream in the Winter Olympics, and now BMX bicyclists will attempt to build that sport’s popularity at the Beijing Olympics in 2008. KJZZ’s Tony Ganzer brings us a look at one Valley Olympic hopeful.