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Education notebook: Rising COVID cases drive schools toward remote learning

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

News roundup: Zoning rules shape Tucson, takeaways from the election

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Nov. 13.

Senate proposes budget with almost $2B in border wall funding

The Senate and House have until next month to agree on a short- or long-term budget.

McSally concedes to Kelly in Arizona Senate race

The Republican called her Democratic opponent on Friday morning and offered to help with the transition, according to a statement.

Pima County, state preparing COVID-19 vaccine plans

The Pfizer announcement that a vaccine may soon be available has put public focus on distribution.

TUSD: Hybrid classes won't start until virus transmission is ‘moderate’

District officials will focus on state of public health, not a specific date to bring back classes

Gov. Ducey urges caution as COVID-19 numbers surge

The governor reminds people to wear masks and social distance, but announces no business restrictions

TMC to build new hospital on Tucson's southeast side

The 60-bed facility is scheduled to open in 2023.

News roundup: COVID-19 cases surging, Biden win a relief to some 'Dreamers'

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Nov. 10.

'We have peace': After Biden win, DACA recipients reflect on the last decade

Arizona "Dreamers" helped get out the vote for Biden. Now they want to make sure he follows though.

School leaders, state officials implore public to reduce COVID-19 for sake of education

The rising cases of COVID-19 could mean more schools remain entirely online or return to remote instruction.

Arizona COVID-19 case counts reaching summer levels

As daily numbers continue to rise, the state has been silent on implementing any new restrictions.

Ballot cure deadline approaches

Counties have five business days after the election to handle bad ballot signatures.

State shares framework for new surface water quality protections

The Arizona Department of Environmental Quality is working on regulations to fill the gap left by changes to the Clean Water Act.

UA leaders praise students as COVID-19 numbers stay low

Most days see only single-digit numbers of new cases at the university.

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