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Arizona reports steady decline of new COVID-19 hospitalizations

4,417 new virus cases, 176 more deaths reported

Federal court hears case for preliminary injunction at Oak Flat

The judge said he will decide if he's going to temporarily stop progress on the mine by Feb. 12.

BLM plans prescribed burn in San Pedro conservation area

The agency is planning to conduct a prescribed burn in the San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area sometime this month.

Maricopa county discarded more than 500 doses of virus vaccine

Gov. Ducey characterized vaccine doses being wasted as shocking and unacceptable.

US ends deal with Arizona designed to restrict Biden on immigration

Deal was reached in the final days of the Trump adminstration

Arizona wants more people vaccinated against COVID-19

The state wants to increase vaccine outreach efforts.

New report cast doubt on Border Patrol search and rescue efforts for migrants

No More Deaths analyzed hundreds of distress calls made to aid groups and 911 dispatchers requesting help from the agency

Rights advocates applaud Biden's planned review of public charge rule

The 2019 change made it harder for immigrants to obtain visas and green cards if they used, or might use, government assistance

Border wall scars: 'It feels like if someone got a knife and dragged it across my heart.'

Tribal leaders and Borderlands communities reflect on their fruitless struggle to stop the wall.

County, State officials talk past each other on COVID vaccines, aid

Huckelberry says the state is holding back $80 million

Second president of Navajo Nation dies after COVID-19 battle

Albert Hale, who also served on the Arizona Legislature, died Tuesday.

State's top educator wants steady funding for education

Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman wants lawmakers to dip into the rainy-day fund.

San Carlos Tribal members run to advocate for Oak Flat

The group is running from the religious site to Phoenix before a court hearing discussing the area's future.

After months of border wall construction, a look at the damage done

As President Biden takes the helm, conservation groups take stock of the border wall’s environmental impacts.

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