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'Die-in' protests UA reopening plans

Demonstrators want science-based plans and more transparency.

Cold case office for missing and murdered Indigenous peoples opens in Phoenix

The office is one of seven connected to a national MMIP task force called Operation Lady Justice.

Arizona plans to use federal unemployment supplement, but not add to it

A presidential order would add $300 dollars to state unemployment benefits.

Tucson International Airport sees revenues fall as air travel decreases

The airport has also invested in new upgrades designed to keep passengers and workers safe from COVID-19.

Arizona construction contracts on the rise despite pandemic

Contracting revenue is up 20% from last year.

A look at Vail teacher’s first day of school in virtual environment

Arizona 360 visited a fifth grade classroom at Mesquite Elementary.

Online learning, flying during the pandemic, OSIRIS-REx update

Plus, a discussion with outgoing Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall.

OSIRIS-REx completes successful rehearsal above asteroid's surface

The mission is scheduled to collect a sample of material from the asteroid Bennu in October.

UA President Robbins optimistic about university COVID-19 test results

In a media briefing, Robbins also defended the UA's purchase of for-profit Ashford University.

As Congress stalls on another stimulus bill, a look back at the last round of federal aid

Many businesses have struggled since the start of the pandemic, but federal funds have helped some.

Nearly 20,000 Arizona businesses received federal PPP loans

Construction and health care companies were some of the biggest beneficiaries.

Sonoran capital Hermosillo further loosens COVID-19 restrictions

The city is lifting a curfew on vehicle travel and allowing many nonessential businesses to reopen at reduced capacity.

Improving Arizona COVID-19 trends could drive testing declines, complacency

Experts say states need higher testing rates to gauge and improve COVID-19 responses.

Health experts: Proposed asylum change would fail to protect both public health and human rights

The proposed policy change would allow officials to turn away migrants deemed at risk of spreading disease.

Covid Watch app part of UA reentry plan

The smartphone app aids in contact tracing.

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