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State to open 24/7 COVID-19 vaccination site in Maricopa County

Jan 8, 2021 More vaccine distribution sites are also ramping up in Pima County.

Jan. 8 Memorial dedicated

Jan 8, 2021 The new memorial was dedicated on the 10th anniversary of the mass shooting in Tucson.

Looking ahead 10 years after deadly Jan. 8 shooting

Jan 8, 2021 Survivors and advocates discuss progress on reducing gun violence and what still needs to be done.

Arizona reports over 11,000 virus cases, nearly 200 deaths

Jan 8, 2021 State has worst diagnosis rate in the nation

Tonto National Forest trying to discourage large gathering

Jan 7, 2021 Officials say COVID-19 restrictions prohibit this type of large gathering

Free COVID-19 antibody treatment available in Tucson

Jan 7, 2021 TMC offering treatment to COVID-19 patients

Electors, tribal leaders react to seizure of Capitol building

Jan 7, 2021 The heads of the Tohono O'odham and Navajo Nation condemned the violence in Washington D.C.

After first dose, Tucson nurse urges trust in COVID-19 vaccine

Jan 7, 2021 Pima County has one of the state's highest vaccination rates so far.

New year brings higher rates for TEP customers

Jan 7, 2021 The utility says it needs to recoup costs to help with its longer-term move to more renewable energy sources.

Local bars and restaurants sue Pima County over curfew

Jan 7, 2021 The lawsuit claims the county's 10 p.m. curfew is unlawful and discriminatory towards business deemed non-essential.

As Arizona becomes world hot spot, focus put on governor

Jan 7, 2021 Scrutiny on governor's resistance to more restrictive measures continues to spike

Arizona reports nearly 300 virus deaths, almost 10K cases

Jan 7, 2021 Stress on hospitals and health care professionals continues to rise sharply

Arizona electoral votes accepted after storming of the Capitol

Jan 6, 2021 Three AZ House members vote to reject Arizona's electoral votes.

Arizona deemed 'hot spot of the world' amid virus surge

Jan 6, 2021 The head of the Arizona Public Health Association predicts Arizona will soon look like Los Angeles

Navajo Nation reports 15 COVID deaths Tuesday

Jan 6, 2021 The increase in reported deaths was due to a lag in reporting and confirming cases, a spokesperson said.

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