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The role of community in supporting vulnerable groups during pandemic

A discussion with University of Arizona anthropologist Megan Carney.

Funeral home adapts, scales back ceremonies amid COVID-19 outbreak

How the pandemic is changing long-held traditions and rituals.

UA president discusses antibody testing, financial impact of pandemic

The university plans to distribute 250,000 antibody tests for health care workers and first responders across Arizona.

Fort Huachcua commander on COVID-19 precautions on post

The post confirmed its first case at the beginning of April.

Fort Huachuca pandemic precautions, UA president, funerals impacted

Plus, what role community has in supporting vulnerable groups during the pandemic.

Talking about coronavirus with children and how to manage at-home learning

A UA behavioral health expert addresses parents' concerns during the outbreak.

How Arizona’s tribal nations are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic

A discussion with AZPM Indigenous affairs reporter Emma Gibson.

Pima Animal Care Center preparing for influx of pets as outbreak takes toll on owners

The center is still facilitating pet adoptions by appointment only.

Furloughed workers also eligible for unemployment insurance benefits

A discussion with labor attorney Barney Holtzman on benefits available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Pima County launches new hotline, website to help displaced workers

Both aim to help people file for unemployment and get connected to job resources.

Local businesses adapt to pandemic-related restrictions

Plus, how the outbreak could continue to influence building designers and architects.

Businesses adapt to the pandemic, help for displaced workers, tribal nations impacted

Plus, how to discuss the outbreak and manage at-home learning with children.

Pima County Board of Supervisors’ next steps after death of Richard Elías

A discussion with Arizona Daily Star columnist Tim Steller about the process to fill the late chairman's seat.

TUSD expedites laptop order to support at-home online learning

Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo also discusses his hopes the district can hold graduation ceremonies in May.

Extended school closures expose digital divide among Arizona families

A discussion with schools chief Kathy Hoffman about the challenges students face.

Tucson police chief on enforcing stay-at-home order

Chief Chris Magnus also explains precautions in place to keep officers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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