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Federal unemployment supplement dries up in Arizona
The payments tapping FEMA funds only lasted six weeks.
News Roundup: Indigenous activists arrested at protest, Pima County residents can text 911
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Sept. 10.
Pima County residents can now text 911 for help
Messages to 911 sent via text will be handled with the same priority as phone calls.
Arizona weekly unemployment jumps again
The numbers in the state keep rising while they fall nationally.
Rate of COVID-19 cases on UA campus 'alarming,' President Robbins says
University officials say harsh measures are coming in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus on campus.
"What I want the world to know about how I feel..." - young Tucson poets speak out.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet the ascending Tucson band Taco Sauce; and the conclusion of "Youth Crossing Gender Borders": understanding the roots of transphobia.
Court ruling mandating sunset of ICE hotel program for migrant children goes into effect
A Friday ruling by a Los Angeles U.S. District Court judge gave the government until September 15 to end the practice
News roundup: Pima County taking over Old Tucson, judge halts plan to speed census count
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Sept. 8.
Education notebook: Pima County meets criteria for hybrid learning, college cases spike
A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.
News roundup: High heat brings health risks, Arizona prepares for the election
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Sept. 4.
University of Arizona sees COVID-19 spike
Most of the cases are from students living off campus.
News roundup: Federal unemployment bonus likely to end soon, Navajo Nation sues over census changes
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Sept. 3.
Out-of-state and foreign groups defrauding Arizona unemployment system
Fraudulent claims have come from Arizona, multiple U.S. states and overseas.
Federal supplement likely to run out soon as Arizona unemployment dollars dwindle
The director of ADES says there will likely not be much warning when federal supplements stop.
Cochise County sued over polling place access
The complaint says the county is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Young Tucson poets share their feelings about life in the year 2020.
Also on Arizona Spotlight: The lifelong connection between a UA educator and the American Western; and part 4 of Youth Crossing Gender Borders: “Riding the Ambiguity Train”.
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