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Arizona rolling averages of COVID cases, deaths drop sharply

According to Johns Hopkins University data, the seven-day rolling average of daily cases plummeted

Arizona officials warn of bad 2021 wildfire season

This year's wildfire season has the potential to be devastating due to widespread drought

Local officials talk about new federal stimulus package

The $1.9 trillion dollar package includes funding for schools, local and tribal governments.

Researchers developing sensor testing for COVID-19

New method could detect PCR test-evading COVID variants.

State opens COVID-19 vaccines to all adults

People age 16 and up are now eligible for COVID-19 vaccines at state pods.

In Douglas visit, Gov. Doug Ducey calls rising apprehensions a 'man-made crisis' by Biden administriaton

Ducey toured the U.S.-Mexico border with Florida Senator Rick Scott and local law officers, aid groups say they were left out.

State Sen. Engel running for Congress

The three-term lawmaker is hoping to replace Rep. Ann Kirkpatrick.

Education notebook: Deadline for reopening schools arrives, UA shows pandemic optimism

A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.

State health officials getting ready to move COVID vaccine sites inside.

Rising temperatures mean outdoor locations will soon move.

AZ turns down FEMA COVID vaccine sites, Pima County unhappy

The county is still trying to get the federal help.

Local businesses and schools adapt to changes in COVID restrictions

Following orders from Gov. Doug Ducey, schools will offer in-person classes starting this week.

A Colorado River showdown is looming. Let the posturing begin

The states that draw water from it are about to undertake a new round of negotiations over the river’s future.

Gila County first to expand vaccine eligibility to residents, workers 18 and up

Tony Paniagua visited a recent vaccination event to learn more about the county's approach.

Southern Arizona growth, Gila County vaccinations, understanding variants

As more companies and people relocate to the state, what does sustainable growth look like?

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