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Arizona COVID-19 death toll tops 14K; caution urged for Super Bowl

Case numbers have been dropping, but health officials remain concerned.

Endangered wolves sent from Arizona to Texas to aid species

The move is designed to help increase the population of these endangered predators

Education notebook: State superintendent tackles education funding, educator vaccinations continue

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

Forecasters: Arizona faces above-normal wildfire threats

Severe drought raises the danger in 2021

Oak Flat: Opposing op-eds try to sway public opinion

While Resolution Copper brought up the positive economic impacts of a mine, the San Carlos Apache Tribe calls out desecration.

Pandemic puts added pressures on Tucson’s homeless and impoverished

We see how volunteers and nonprofit leaders are doing their part to help.

What protocols to follow after getting the COVID-19 vaccine

Insight from UA public health researcher Dr. Joe Gerald.

Equitable vaccine distribution, homelessness during COVID, State of Education

Plus, what protocols people should follow after they've received the vaccine.

Local officials discuss changes to prosecution, police funding

A new county sheriff and attorney bring different perspectives to criminal justice as criticism of police funding continues.

Former Coconino County Supervisor named to USDA senior staff position

Liz Archuleta accepts senior staff position in the U.S. Department of Agriculture

Biden halted border wall construction. Now what?

Environmental and human rights advocates hope to steer the administration toward a new vision at the border.

Pima County getting fewer COVID-19 vaccines

The head of the Board of Supervisors is reaching out for more inoculations.

Political strife, pandemic causing public discourse to plunge even lower

UA researcher says civility suffered a setback during the January insurrection.

Arizona reports steady decline of new COVID-19 hospitalizations

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