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CBP head defends accelerated border expulsions, blames migrants for increasing COVID-19 risk

Commissioner Mark Morgan spoke to the media ahead of agency's release of July arrest data.

Pima County opens another free COVID-19 testing site

The county is opening its third, free site at the Morris K. Udall Center.

DES: State investigating hundreds of thousands of fraudulent unemployment claims

A new anti-fraud procedure led to a major drop in state unemployment numbers.

Arizona releases guidance for returning to classrooms

The promised benchmarks for returning to in-person learning outline county COVID-19 targets.

Agency: Anti-fraud measures lead to drop in Arizona unemployment numbers

The state says fraudulent activity in a benefit program for the self-employed was driving numbers up.

Nearly half the inmates at Tucson prison test positive for COVID-19

517 inmates have been infected at ASPC-Tucson Whetstone facility

Rogue Radio presents Kate Chopin's “Désirée's Baby”

Also on Arizona Spotlight: "I DREAM IN WIDESCREEN" 2020 has NOT been cancelled; and a look back at Tucson's drive-in history from Chris Dashiell.

Tucson man dies in police custody

The man was unresponsive when police found him and did not respond to efforts to resuscitate him.

News roundup: Primary election underway in AZ, UA group wants to unionize

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Aug. 4.

UA group critical of university's pandemic response wants a union

A group of faculty, staff and graduate students say it is time to push back against the administration.

Tucson moves ahead with public Wi-Fi

Access points funded by pandemic relief funds will serve neighborhoods without broadband.

Daily news roundup: Primary election almost here, voter safety measures in place

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, August 3.

Education Notebook: Kindergarten to university, Arizona back-to-school plans emerging

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state, Aug. 1.

Education funding initiative removed from Arizona ballot

A judge found the Invest in Ed initiative’s description misleading. Advocates plan to appeal the decision.

Border Patrol agents raid No More Deaths migrant aid camp

The group says the event is the first of its kind in over a year.

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