Jamie Warren, KNXV

Jamie Warren

KNXV

Las Cruces, NM, United States

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Recent:
  • KNXV
Past:
  • ABC 13 Las Vegas
  • ABC-7 News

Recent articles by Jamie:

Phoenix considering expanding trail closures in extreme heat

Right now, Piestewa Peak and Camelback Mountain close from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on days that the National Weather Service issues a heat warning. → Read More

Is your phone listening to you? Data expert explains targeted ads

We’ve all had it happen to us — you’re having a conversation about something and then while you’re scrolling through social media, you see an ad about the thing you were just talking about. → Read More

Phoenix ranks #44 on list of best 100 cities to celebrate New Year's Eve

In 2022, the US hit the highest inflation rate in 40 years and that has some changing up their New Year's Eve plans. So where does Phoenix rank in terms of affordable things to do? → Read More

First Place Phoenix featured in award-winning documentary

It's one-of-a-kind housing bringing hope and independence to those with autism and other intellectual disabilities. A segment about the film is expected to air Monday morning on Good Morning America. → Read More

Cyber Monday is here! Here's what you need to know

It's Cyber Monday and experts say retailers know customers will be budgeting more this year, so you can expect them to keep prices down. → Read More

Thanksgiving one of busiest times for veterinarians and plumbers

Veterinarians and plumbers say Thanksgiving is one of their busiest times of the year. Here are some tips to avoid problems in the kitchen and the kennel. → Read More

More people turning to discount stores amid inflation

People like Beth, who came to Arizona to retire, know just how much every penny counts. That's why you'll often find her at Peoria Discount Grocery. → Read More

As prices remain high, food banks seeing increased need

Feeding America says 90% of their food banks have reported an increase in clients over the past month. More people are also googling the words "food" and "prices" online. → Read More

Kids can 'vote' on Election Day at Valley of the Sun YMCA

The program is called Arizona Youth and Government and they've set up mock voting booths at 10 YMCA locations across the Valley. → Read More

Rent prices remain high: Group asks candidates to take action

The cost of rent has skyrocketed within the past year and while the average price in Phoenix has gone down slightly this month, it is still not enough for many to make ends meet. → Read More

Cholla Trail reopens on Camelback Mountain

After being shut down for two and a half years, Cholla Trail at Camelback Mountain reopens on Friday. → Read More

High cost to tailgate: inflation not stopping fans from game day fun

Swing by the tailgate at State Farm stadium before an Arizona Cardinals game and you will see that fans know how to party. But all of that food, merchandise and fun is costing a lot more this year. → Read More

Glendale thrift shop owner gives back to the community

When Jacquelyn Valrie walks around downtown Glendale, she sees endless opportunities. About a year ago, she created Jax House Boutique. It's a thrift store with designer clothing. → Read More

Valley residents to make big money renting out their homes week of Super Bowl

According to Airbnb, the last time the Super Bowl was in Glendale in 2015, hosts earned collectively over $1 million. → Read More

After 9-week decline, gas prices rise slightly in Arizona

We usually see gas prices go down after Labor Day, but for the second night in a row, prices statewide have risen slightly while dropping in other states. → Read More

ASU kicks off against NAU for season opener

Thursday night is the first Arizona State University football game of the season. The Sun Devils are set to kick off against the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks at Sun Devil Stadium. → Read More

Will student debt relief make inflation worse? Two Valley economists weigh in

With inflation at a record high, many are wondering what impact President Biden's student loan forgiveness plan will have on the economy. → Read More

Considering a side hustle? Phoenix couple finds success renting backyard

Record high inflation and rising costs on just about everything could be hurting your wallet. It could also have you thinking about picking up a side gig for some extra cash. → Read More

Chandler Unified, among other districts, still short on school bus drivers

Across the country and throughout Arizona, school districts are experiencing a shortage of bus drivers. That includes the Chandler Unified School District. → Read More

Inflation delaying retirement plans? Try these budgeting tips

A recent survey by BMO Harris Bank found a quarter of Americans are delaying their retirement plans because of inflation. → Read More