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New model lays out different possibilities for COVID-19 in Arizona

How people will behave remains a great unknown for those trying to model the spread of the virus.

Already fraught census count further challenged by pandemic

Though the pandemic has delayed parts of the census process, various groups are working to make sure everyone is counted.

Tucson teachers find new ways to celebrate graduating students

Central Tucson's Carrillo Elementary School says goodbye to students heading to middle school.

Publicly traded Arizona companies receive millions in federal pandemic loans

Seven publicly traded companies in the state got paycheck protection funding.

Unemployment help available on the weekend as Arizona claims continue to rise

The Department of Economic Security has expanded its call center days through the weekend.

Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 20

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: "Dreamers" on the front lines, UA return to campus, state reopening.

Professor, former surgeon general to run incident command center for UA return

UA President Robert Robbins and Dr. Richard Carmona discuss the plan for the return to campus.

Gov. Ducey: Arizona continuing phased-in return

The governor said he's working on a plan to resume summer camps and school activities.

Sonoran factories prepare for possible June 1 reopening

The Mexican government recently expanded its definition of essential businesses, and some Nogales plants may qualify.

New college grads face uncertain job market

A UA official advises flexibility for new degree holders navigating a job market disrupted by COVID-19.

As Supreme Court nears decision, thousands of DACA recipients are on the COVID-19 front lines

The court could rule on the future of the Obama-era policy and some 650,000 current recipients in the coming weeks.

Arizona gets more federal money for coronavirus testing

The $150 million will go to expanding testing, lab work and contact tracing.

Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 19

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: Unemployment, federal funds for Arizona testing, casinos and more.

North American border closures extended to June

The closure to nonessential travel started two months ago to slow the spread of the coronavirus.

House-backed HEROES Act proposes additional stimulus funds for tribes

If signed into law, the bill would include $20 billion for tribal governments plus funds for other tribal provisions.

Poll: Half of Arizonans think state is reopening too soon

More often than not, those polled expressed concern about the state moving too quickly to reopen.

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