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Canadian consul general discusses USMCA’s impact on Arizona-Canada relations

The new trade deal went into effect this month and replaces the 26-year-old NAFTA.

Journalists roundtable: Election season ramps up amid hectic 2020

How issues related to the pandemic and civil unrest could influence voters and candidates.

Pima County health director describes 'stable crisis' as pandemic strains hospitals

She says more resources are coming to the region but encourages residents to do their part.

Small town in Maricopa County steps up fight against COVID-19

The town of Guadalupe is less than a square mile but has a higher rate of positive cases than the county.

Pandemic hits small town, elections ramp up, USMCA enacted

Plus, Pima County Health Department director on the current strain hospitals face.

After Supreme Court rulings on DACA, LGBTQ rights, what’s next for those impacted?

Tony Paniagua spoke to Arizonans affected by the rulings.

Restaurants struggling to rebound from pandemic setbacks

The industry typically generates $13 billion annually in Arizona.

Surge in cases prompts mask ordinance in Nogales

Mayor Arturo Garino said cases increased following holidays in May.

Marana mayor on why he won’t enforce Pima County’s mask ordinance

Mayor Ed Honea said he does encourage town residents to wear a mask in public.

More fuel, dry weather create perfect storm for Bighorn Fire crews

A discussion with UA professor and fire ecology expert Don Falk.

Wildfire season, mask ordinances, SCOTUS rulings

Plus, President Trump made his third visit to Arizona in 2020.

Growing Arizona metros look to rural communities for water

Private companies are also hoping to profit off the demand.

Tucson developments forge ahead during pandemic

Construction has remained steady amid the current economic downturn.

Former ADHS director advocating for statewide mask requirement

Will Humble has been vocal in his criticism of how the state is handling the current surge in COVID-19 cases.

What’s next for DACA recipients after SCOTUS decision

A discussion with Tucson immigration attorney Jose Vazquez.

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