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Navajo Nation reports 122 new COVID-19 cases, 10 more deaths
Nation renews stay-at-home mandate
Total COVID-19 cases in Arizona now more than 500,000
Pandemic shows no signs of abating
Some Arizona hospitals have exceeded their normal capacity
Hospital beds are in short supply
Arizona reports 6th day of over 100 virus deaths in 9 days
Many hospital are operating above normal capacity
Ducey appoints Furuya to fill vacancy on Court of Appeals
Furuya will replace retired Judge Kenton D. Jones
Judge will not force Maricopa county to obey Republican subpoena on Arizona vote
Plaintiffs did not did not follow the appropriate procedure to enforce a legislative subpoena
Arizona civil rights leader, former councilman dies at 93
Goode fought to improve low-income black neighborhoods
Ducey still not doing enough, says Banner top clinical leader
The state's largest health care chain is over capacity at several facilities.
Mixed immigration families could be eligible for the next COVID-19 relief benefits
U.S. citizens who live with an undocumented person have previously been barred from receiving any federal aid.
Arizona weekly unemployment drops
The last week of PUA shows a drop in claims.
UA names Jedd Fisch new football head coach
The announcement came less than two weeks after the university fired head coach Kevin Sumlin.
Arizona reports over 5,000 new known virus cases for 7th day
Only 8% of all hospital beds and 7% of adult intensive care unit beds were not in use and available, according to the state.
Congress approves almost $1.4 billion for border wall
The money was brought to the floor Monday along with a broader COVID-19 relief bill.
Hermosillo among hardest hit Mexican capitals economically during pandemic
Among capital cities, Hermosillo had the fourth-largest loss of formal jobs and businesses, one group said.
Arizona virus death roll tops 8K with 2nd-largest daily rise
The Pima County Health Department on Monday warned that Tucson’s health care system was in danger of being overwhelmed.
New state benchmarks mean bars, restaurants can stay open
Relaxed rules were enacted last week with little notice.
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