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Arizona begins second year of COVID-19
Arizona’s first case of the virus was reported a year ago.
Escaped inmates still on the run
The inmates escaped from a prison in Florence on Saturday.
Proposed changes to Arizona citizen initiative process
Republican legislators want to change what can go in a citizen’s initiative.
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers weighs its authority over Rosemont Mine
The corps said it would consult with local tribes before making the decision, then it rescinded the invite.
New supervisor on Huckelberry contract vote, Pima County COVID restrictions
Discussions with District 2 Supervisor Matt Heinz and former Tucson Mayor Tom Volgy.
Arizona’s political landscape in the Biden era
The state is poised to once again enter the national spotlight for its next U.S. Senate election in 2022.
Pima County curfew on hold
A judge put the 10:00 p.m. curfew on hold, for now.
Legislature looks at voter roll maintenance
Republicans want to change how the rolls are checked.
Pima County faces COVID-19 vaccine shortage
Officials say there is about a week’s worth of vaccine left.
Pima County Administrator gets new contract, takes pay cut
Chuck Huckelberry had asked for a pay raise.
State keeping unemployment trust fund solvent
CARES Act dollars will keep unemployment fund in the black.
Ducey unveils budget proposal
The plan calls for $12.6 billion in spending.
Pima County moves to Prioritized 1B for COVID-19 vaccines
More than 20,000 people signed up in a couple hours today.
Pima County readies COVID-19 vaccine expansion
The county is preparing four additional vaccine sites.
New letter asks Mexican officials to help stop border wall construction
As Trump visits the border for the last time in his presidency, groups say they want Mexico to stand against more wall.
Pima County Attorney's office goes virtual after COVID outbreak
Staff rushed to make the move over the weekend.
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