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Tucson election date challenged in court

The state Attorney General wants to force Tucson to change when its elections are held.

Navajo Nation residents sue Arizona over early ballot requirements

Six members of the Navajo Nation want a change in Arizona election law.

Arizona nonprofit focused on bridging students’ digital divide

Chicanos Por La Causa is providing refurbished computers to needy families.

Greater scrutiny on fraudulent unemployment claims in Arizona

DES has paid out more than $9 billion in unemployment insurance benefits during the pandemic.

Some Arizona bars, gyms and theaters can reopen with capacity limits

A complaint form allows the public to report those that don't follow the rules.

Unemployment fraud, bridging digital divides, Mexican consulate

Plus, a discussion about managing at-home stressors related to remote learning.

UA wastewater testing finds COVID-19 cases in dorm

Two asymptomatic students tested positive and were sent to a quarantine dorm, the university said.

News roundup: Unemployment, ASU coronavirus cases, UCSIS averts furloughs

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Aug. 26.

Indigenous activists protest wall contractor in Coolidge

Demonstrators gathered at Stinger Bridge & Iron to decry border wall construction across ancestral Indigenous border land.

UA to lead Center for Quantum Networks

Harvard, Yale and MIT are also part of the five-year, NSF-funded research into quantum computing.

Citizenship and Immigration Services averts mass staff furloughs

The agency says aggressive spending cutbacks have allowed it to stave off a plan furlough more than 13,000 employees.

Arizona unemployment continues to grow

The unemployment picture is improving nationally, but not in Arizona.

Rio Nuevo considering financial boost to keep some Tucson events afloat

A few of the city's popular music and sporting events may get a piece of up to $250,000 in aid.

UA slowing its plan to return to campus

The administration is waiting longer to bring more students back to classrooms.

Secretary of state: Postal Service ready for Arizona's mail-in ballots

Katie Hobbs says "the capacity is there" to handle an influx of ballots in the upcoming election.

News roundup: More counties could see businesses reopen, Flake endorses Biden

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Aug. 25.

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