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Arizona reacts as Biden's 'Remain in Mexico' rollback begins

Governor Doug Ducey and Representative Raúl Grijalva addressed the new plan in letters to DHS this week.

Apache Stronghold files appeal in fight over Oak Flat

A law firm with an undefeated record in the U.S. Supreme Court will be representing the group in the religious liberties case.

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Answers for common COVID-19 vaccine questions

Expertise from Dr. Joshua LaBaer who leads ASU's COVID-19 research.

County vaccine supply should recover next week

Weather delays and decreased allotments led to cancelations this week, but more vaccine should arrive in the coming days.

COVID-19 vaccine FAQ, Arizona National Guard, mobile vaccinations

Plus, how the vaccine is being distributed in rural communities.

PFAS contamination draws local, national cleanup efforts

The so-called “forever chemicals” accumulate in bodies and can have numerous health impacts.

State releases more COVID-19 testing funds to counties

The state health department announced that $100 million is now available.

Report: Arizona on track for 11% jobs increase over 2 years

Arizona’s economy lost 155,000 jobs during the two years that ended in the second quarter of 2020, with nearly all of the job losses attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic

Pima County may stop COVID-19 testing

Officials said they don’t have the money to continue.

Navajo plant closure to cost Arizona county $40M in taxes

The plant's owners decided to close it as natural gas became a cheaper source of energy.

COVID-19 vaccines postponed in Pima County

Winter weather in the rest of the country is causing a vaccine shortage in southern Arizona.

Research looks for links between COVID-19 and 'forever chemicals'

The chemicals, which have been found in Tucson's groundwater, may impact vaccine efficacy.

Arizona reports 1,143 virus cases, 213 deaths; shots delayed

Bitter winter weather in much of the country is wreaking havoc with vaccine deliveries

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