Justin Pazera, KNXV

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Past articles by Justin:

Valley teen inspires others with diving skills

You might have seen this video in your social media feed, possibly on Sportscenter's Instagram page. → Read More

Russian politician poisoned by Putin remembers late Arizona Senator John McCain

The images coming out of Ukraine show what happens when anyone is in the direct line of Vladimir Putin's fury. One man has also been in Putin's direct line of fire for years. He's Vladimir Kara-Murza, a Russian politician from Moscow who Putin has tried to kill -- twice. → Read More

Downtown Phoenix continues to see housing boom

You don't have to go very far in downtown Phoenix before you see a new residential high rise under construction. Right now, just over 3,000 high-density residential units are under construction. This is quite the change from the 1970s when people left downtown Phoenix in droves. → Read More

Blade Butler: Yuma woman invents ceiling fan cleaning tool

The ceiling fan. It is one of the hardest things to clean in your house. → Read More

Pair starts Able Fit, a Phoenix gym to empower people with disabilities

The two started Able Fit with one client and by word-of-mouth, the gym has grown one by one. The coaches say they keep their expectations high at each person's level of fitness. → Read More

Colorado City hoping to transform into tourist destination after complicated past

Tucked away along the Arizona Strip, you'll find two adjoining towns, Colorado City, Arizona, and Hildale, Utah. → Read More

Small TouchPoints device may help lower anxiety

A Valley woman saw the need and invented a little device called TouchPoint. What she didn't see coming was an even bigger need during the pandemic. → Read More

Upskill: More employers providing additional training for staff in busy job market

The word of the day is "upskill." You'll probably be hearing a lot of it when it comes to employers as they provide additional training for their staff. "This is an employee market now," said Christine Mackay, the Phoenix Community, and Economic Director. "Much like it's a home sellers’ market, it's an employee market and the employees are in demand, and they know they're in demand." Mackay says… → Read More

Hiring program helping Arizonans connect with new careers after pandemic

It's a part of Joel's routine before he gets behind the wheel of a Valley Metro bus. → Read More

Three Arizona chefs talk about future of the industry and how Congress can help

Three of Arizona's most prominent chefs take a seat for a candid conversation about the restaurant industry, the support that they feel restaurateurs still need, where the industry is now, and most importantly, what it may look like on the other side of the pandemic. → Read More

North Phoenix company produces reusable masks for first responders, citizens

In a factory in North Phoenix, dozens of workers are stitching together masks. They're needed on the front lines, fighting COVID-19. → Read More

Valley student worried about family, friends in China dealing with coronavirus

The images coming out of China are concerning. Travel restrictions are leading to empty streets across major cities in China. → Read More

Number of homeless on Valley streets has jumped 200% over the last six years

According to the most recent homeless count done by the Maricopa County Association of Governments, or MAG, about 6,600 people are considered homeless in Maricopa County. → Read More

Gilbert girl gets snowy surprise thanks to Casa Grande PD

A Valley two year-old got a huge surprise Friday morning with five tons of snow dropped in her family's driveway. → Read More

Judge dismisses charges against lawyer arrested at ICE protest

A Valley attorney and community activist asked to help Phoenix police resolve issues between officers and the community was arrested by those very officers during a July protest. → Read More

Valley woman sets world record as oldest person to hike Mount Kilimanjaro

A Valley senior citizen is setting world records at the age of 89. → Read More

Rent around the Valley: How to find affordable housing amid soaring prices

If you've been apartment hunting around the Valley, you know that rent isn't cheap. → Read More

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey talks trade, border battle

Governor Doug Ducey touted all things trade Friday at the Arizona-Mexico Commission Summit. → Read More

How President Trump's tariffs aimed at Mexico will affect Arizona

Some of Arizona's top leaders have expressed their concern over President Trump's plan to impose a 5 percent tariff on Mexican imports starting June 10th. Governor Doug Ducey said he's been in touch with the White House to express his concern. → Read More

Valley World War II veteran Albert Malcos gets service medals decades later

At 98 years-old he's just now getting his service medals he was supposed to get more than 70 years ago. → Read More