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A return of Arizona sports: how the pandemic is impacting the industry

Apr 2, 2021 Spring season means big things for Arizona’s economy as fans are slowly allowed back at games.

Global vaccine disparities pose unique challenges for border communities

Apr 2, 2021 Vaccinations are humming along in Arizona. But in neighboring Sonora, the pace is much slower.

Gov. Ducey eases more restrictions as virus cases wane

Apr 1, 2021 Executive order lifts some limits on elective surgeries and visitation at long-term care facilities

New coalition pushes for Arizona to shift to clean energy by 2050

Apr 1, 2021 Dozens of businesses, cities and organizations have joined the effort to reduce carbon emissions.

Unemployment continues slow drop

Apr 1, 2021 The number of people seeking unemployment benefits is going down.

Arizona vaccination rate for COVID passes 30% of population

Apr 1, 2021 Nearly 2.2 million Arizonans have received at least one dose, with nearly 1.4 million fully vaccinated

Colorado River tribes aim to establish ‘one unified voice’ in policy talks

Apr 1, 2021 Those reliant on the river’s flows for agricultural, municipal and industrial use are gearing up for years of negotiation over future policies.

State Senate panel moves to ban COVID-19 vaccine requirements

Mar 31, 2021 Local government and business would be banned from requiring vaccines for employees and customers.

State Senate committee takes aim at abortion

Mar 31, 2021 The bill would ban abortions after about six weeks of pregnancy.

HEROES study: COVID vaccines 90% effective

Mar 31, 2021 First responders rank among workers with the highest risk

Pima County keeps mask mandate

Mar 31, 2021 County officials say the Governor has overreached his power.

News roundup: Groundwater protection bills stall in legislature, county and UA retains mask mandates

Mar 30, 2021 Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, March 30.

Governor establishes Navajo Code Talker holiday

Mar 30, 2021 Now every August 14, the state of Arizona will recognize the Navajo U.S Marines in World War II who created an unbreakable code.

No movement on groundwater protection bills

Mar 30, 2021 This year's efforts to bring more regulation to Arizona's groundwater use have failed in the state legislature.

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