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UA expands COVID-19 antibody testing to more groups

Jun 10, 2020 Hospital workers, first responders and some state employees are eligible to see if they have COVID-19 antibodies.

Signs suggest Arizona could fare better than expected in recession, UA economist says

Jun 10, 2020 Sales tax revenue for the state is not so low as feared.

Border wall construction results in 'loss of trust' from community

Jun 10, 2020 While many locals are disturbed by the actual construction, they say being ignored in the process has been equally frustrating.

Daily News Roundup

Jun 9, 2020 Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 9.

Tucson City Council to revisit ordinance on recording police

Jun 9, 2020 Members of the council said they'll be looking for more feedback on the ordinance, which garnered a wave of attention on social media.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe appoints new leadership

Jun 9, 2020 The council appointed Peter S. Yucupicio to his fourth term as the head of the tribe.

Drone flights cost firefighters time in north Tucson mountain blaze

Jun 9, 2020 Drone operators could face prison time and fines if they are caught interfering with airborne crews.

Arizona Democrats among those backing sweeping police reform bill

Jun 9, 2020 The bill would ban the use of chokeholds and make it easier to hold officers accountable.

Arizona weekly unemployment continues to rise

Jun 9, 2020 More than 100,000 people filed first-time unemployment claims

Arizona secretary of state calls for removal of confederate monument near Capitol

Jun 9, 2020 The move comes as the nation struggles with race relations.

State reminds hospitals to activate emergency plans

Jun 8, 2020 The letter from the ADHS director came after Banner Health announced Friday it was nearing capacity.

Daily News Roundup: Long-term care facilities, curfew over

Jun 8, 2020 Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 8.

Black Lives Matter event draws thousands to UA; group says police presence broke agreement

Jun 8, 2020 The organization says it will no longer host events in collaboration with the university.

Fire in Pusch Ridge area grows over the weekend

Jun 8, 2020 The lightning-caused Bighorn Fire came within a mile of some Oro Valley communities on Saturday.

Federal data shows COVID-19 spread in some Arizona long-term care facilities

Jun 8, 2020 Arizona is increasing testing in long-term care facilities, but some say the state was slow to act early on.

Pusch Ridge burns near Oro Valley

Jun 6, 2020 The lightning-caused fire began Friday night.

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