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Community blood drive offers COVID-19 antibody test

Blood donors are needed during the pandemic, and Tucsonans can get an antibody test at the same time.

Overall Arizona weekly unemployment shows slight drop

Self-employed claims dropped but regular unemployment jumped last week.

Daily News Roundup: Ducey COVID-19 order, TPD transparency

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 29.

Ducey orders closure of bars, movie theaters and gyms, delays start of school

The temporary order, which also bans some mass gatherings, goes into effect Monday night.

White Mountain Apache Tribe shuts down reservation to stop coronavirus

About one-eighth of the 13,500 residents have tested positive for COVID-19.

With random calls, Sonora hopes to rout out COVID-19 cases

Residents of Sonora will start getting calls from the government seeking health information.

Tucson Police will disclose in-custody deaths immediately, Magnus says

The department will also release bodycam footage within 72 hours.

Bighorn Fire forces additional evacuations

The wildfire has burned more than 82,000 acres and is continuing to move north and east.

TUSD reopening plan adds money, space in hopes of mitigating COVID-19

The district has pledged to be ready for students.

Community, family members hold vigil for man who died in Tucson police custody

Carlos Adrian Ingram-Lopez, 27, died at his grandmother's house in April.

Mayor Romero says changes needed at TPD

The mayor defends the police chief and looks for changes, in this extended AZPM interview.

Federal court rules president's use of military funds for border wall is illegal

The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued their ruling Friday.

Arizona attorney general praises SCOTUS asylum decision

Brnovich said the ruling impacting the quick deportation of asylum seekers prevents a backlog in the immigration system.

UA President Robbins says if he had to reopen the university today, he wouldn't

The surge of COVID-19 cases is concerning University of Arizona officials.

TPD officers face state review

The officers involved in Carlos Ingram-Lopez’s death face review by a state board.

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