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Coronavirus cases in Arizona climb, first death reported

Members of the Arizona National Guard have been activated to help with food distribution.

Arizona coronavirus news briefs, March 18

AZPM and AP coverage of COVID-19 impacting Tucson and the state: Cities restrict businesses, Arizona primary and more.

Arizona coronavirus news briefs, March 17

Local and AP coverage of COVID-19 impacting the state: Tucson economic impact, Flagstaff restricts businesses, and more.

Arizona coronavirus news briefs, March 13

AZPM and AP coverage of COVID-19 impacting the state and country: Pima County steps, UA basketball, how to clean your phone, and more.

Arizona House joins Senate in approving school voucher bill

The proposal allows students on Native American reservations to attend schools in neighboring states if they're within 2 miles of the Arizona border.

Arizona coronavirus news, March 12

Phoenix presidential debate switched to DC, polling places moved, and more AP headlines.

Arizona governor declares emergency as virus cases hit 9

Ducey said his emergency declaration and a separate order would ensure the state has the resources to fight the outbreak.

Arizona reports 3 more cases of coronavirus for total of 9

The ADHS website indicates the three additional cases are believed to have resulted from person-to-person contact.

U.S. Rep. Gosar says he, staff have quarantined themselves

A Capitol physician said "several" members of Congress had contact with a person who subsequently developed the illness caused by the new coronavirus.

Arizona teachers significantly less diverse than students

Experts say a diverse teacher pool can have an impact on student achievement.

Initiative filed to block Arizona school voucher expansions

The voter initiative would cap growth on the state's school voucher program and put in place several other limits.

Phoenix Council votes 5-4 for civilian oversight of police

The vote came after dozens of mostly Hispanic and African American community members spoke for a citizen review board with investigative powers.

Crackdown on immigrants who use public benefits takes effect

Advocates say as a result many immigrants are dropping government social services, including citizens and legal residents.

Homeland Security waives contracting laws for border wall

The move is expected to speed construction and bring the president closer to his pledge of 450 miles by year's end.

Arizona House panel OKs ban on new airport ride-hailing fees

The 4-3 vote fell along party lines, with majority Republicans in support.

Arizona lawmakers to fight military plan to retire some A-10 jets

Sen. McSally and Rep. Kirkpatrick both vowed to fight the move to retire dozens of A-10s, a mainstay at Tucson's Davis-Monthan.

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