Arizona says data problem reduced report of additional cases

Arizona on Tuesday reported 1,123 additional confirmed COVID-19 case, a figure well below the average of recent daily reports.

'Injustice has us here': In Nogales, faith leaders, migrant families call for an end to pandemic-era protocol, Title 42

18 months after the CDC protocol was enacted, migrants say they're COVID tested and vaccinated, but still waiting for asylum.

Writing style might spell the difference between success and failure when applying for a loan

University of Arizona researchers found that deception cues are evident in applications that receive unfavorable responses from investors.

State judge strikes down law banning schools from requiring students to wear masks

Legislature violated constitution by rolling mask law and other policies into the state budget, a judge ruled Monday.

Mexico, Sea Shepherd reach agreement to return patrol ships to Sea of Cortez

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s activist crews will once again patrol the Upper Gulf of California for fishing nets considered the leading threat to the vaquita marina porpoise.
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Tucson voters to decide on minimum wage, council seats and pay raise for city leaders

Ballots will go out to Tucson voters in early October. This week, The Buzz takes a closer look at the questions on those ballots.

How is Proposition 207 impacting Arizona?

The Buzz examines marijuana legalization, from the criminal justice system to tax revenue.

Statewide emergency rental assistance lags while Pima County outperforms most of the country

A D.C. nonprofit found the state of Arizona has distributed less than 10% of its federal funds, while Pima County is closing in on 80%.

Back to school during a pandemic in Sunnyside USD

Superintendent Steve Holmes tells Tony Paniagua how the district has managed despite the ongoing pandemic.
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