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Ballot count complete in Arizona, but Republicans press ahead with challenges

Despite legal and political challenges, officials have vowed to certify results by the Nov. 30 deadline.

Ducey issues COVID video

As cases rise, Ducey takes to social media.

Napier concedes in Pima sheriff’s race

Napier said he waited until counting is finished.

COVID-19 testing available at Pima Community College

PCC, Pima County, and ASU are teaming up for drive-thru testing.

Arizona reports over 3K more COVID cases for 3rd day in week

The state saw the highest single-day spike since July.

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.

Child care scholarships available for Tucson and South Tucson families

The scholarships can be applied to past due child care bills, registration fees and ongoing tuition.

Pima County seeing 'alarming' rise in COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations

The county health department is urging the public to follow precautions, especially with the holidays approaching.

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.

Joe Biden inherits Trump's border wall — and its lawsuits

Candidate Biden said he would stop construction but never said he would tear down the new border wall.

A look at how zoning shapes Tucson development

Zoning is increasingly at the heart of conversations around housing affordability and environmental sustainability.

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

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