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Pascua Yaqui Tribe receives roughly $27 million in coronavirus relief

The tribe says it’s allotting some of the money to immediate needs and will save a portion for coronavirus costs later this year.

Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 29

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: Council use of federal funds, Pascua Yaqui election, and more.

Rocky Point residents allowed to re-enter city

Anyone entering needs to show proof residency, be screened for a fever, and walk through a so-called sanitation tunnel.

Sonoran governor concerned about looming reopening

Claudia Pavlovich said she's troubled by a sizable jump in caseloads.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe pushes distanced voting in Monday’s council election

The tribe is offering a few voting options to minimize risk to voters during the pandemic.

Southern Arizona libraries get federal help

The CARES Act is helping libraries with cleaning supplies.

Departing Pima County health director thanks community for its response to crisis

Theresa Cullen is taking over for Interim Director Bob England, who became a face of the county's coronavirus response.

Tucson City Council splits over COVID-19 grant money

The council voted 4-3 to prioritize social issues.

Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 28

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: Return to school, sanitation tunnels, Grand Canyon.

Schools will reopen in fall, youth sports a go, says Gov. Ducey

The state is releasing guidance on youth activities and schools in the coming days.

Arizona cities, counties to get $441 million in direct COVID-19 relief funds

Gov. Ducey said the $441 million in the AZCares Fund should be in local governments’ hands as early as Thursday.

Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 27

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: ICE detention, UA, nursing home data.

UA continues preparations to bring students back

Officials have about two months to decide whether or not the university will hold in-person classes.

As holiday crowds packed tourist spots, fears rose of COVID-19 spread

One official called Arizona Memorial Day weekend crowds "off the charts," leading to worries over increased spread of the virus.

Immigration advocates: Exposure to COVID-19 higher than reported in ICE detention

Tucson legal aid group says a third of their clients tested positive for the virus once released.

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