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Arizona ports of entry offering COVID vaccines to Mexican residents

Tony Paniagua visited one event and spoke to vaccine recipients.

Border vaccinations, travel restrictions, A-10 jet’s history

How ongoing travel restrictions between the U.S., Mexico and Canada continue to strain border communities in Arizona.

Delta variant cases on the rise in Pima County

County health officials put the number of cases between 30-60

Local nurses protest staffing shortages

Nurses at St. Mary's Hospital take to the streets to voice their concerns.

Biden nominates Flake

The President wants the former Arizona senator to be Ambassador to Turkey.

Frequent rain sets 2021 monsoon off to a fast start

Southern Arizona can expect more precipitation through mid-July.

More federal COVID-19 money for Arizona

Rural hospitals are getting millions from the federal government.

Tucson businessman in Senate race

The race for the GOP nomination is getting crowded.

Spread of delta variant underscores importance of COVID vaccine

About 60% of eligible adults in Pima County are fully vaccinated against the disease.

PCC expands programs for in-demand trade jobs

Tony Paniagua also hears from people about why they chose careers in trade professions.

Trade labor, COVID variant, new spending plans

Plus, industries in Arizona experiencing labor shortages.

Tucsonan anticipating Richard Branson's rocket launch Sunday

Retiree already has a ticket to ride aboard Virgin Galactic spaceship.

White Mountain Apache Tribe announces first Delta variant cases

The small tribe has been hit hard throughout the pandemic with over 4,000 cases since April 2020.

Ducey appoints ex-aide to fill state Supreme Court vacancy

Kathryn Hackett King, a Phoenix lawyer, was Ducey’s deputy general counsel from 2015 to 2017.

Insects benefiting from early monsoon rains

Termites and mosquitoes are among those going through seasonal life cycles.

UA issues statement acknowledging Indigenous lands

The university said it hopes to use the statement to guide education, partnerships, and community service.

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