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Sci-fi Author and Wife Found Dead in Foothills Home
12 HRS AGO - A science fiction author and his wife were found dead from gunshot wounds after Pima County Expand
Community health centers struggle to serve and survive during pandemic
15 HRS AGO - Financial aid from last spring's federal CARES Act allowed Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health Expand
Southern AZ COVID-19 AM Roundup for Monday, Nov. 23: Total Number of Confirmed Cases in AZ Tops 300K; State Officials Urge Mask Wearing, Vigilance; Free Test Centers Open
17 HRS AGO - With more than 2,659 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus Expand
Flagstaff’s Snowbowl Ski Resort ready to open with COVID-19 restrictions
3 DAYS AGO - Snow in the Valley? Unlikely, but Arizonans can make their way about two hours north from Phoenix Expand
Movie Roundup: The Very Definition of an Art Film Now Playing, and the Annual Loft Short Film Fest Goes Virtual
3 DAYS AGO - The biggest cinema news this week was regarding Wonder Woman 1984 and its new status as the latest Expand
AIA Postpones High School Winter Sports Season until January
3 DAYS AGO - The Arizona Interscholastic Association’s executive board voted during a special meeting Thursday Expand
Kelly Transition Team Discusses COVID-19 with Public Health Experts
4 DAYS AGO - Arizona’s U.S. Senator-elect Mark Kelly held a COVID-19 briefing Thursday with public health Expand
School Districts Take Different Paths on Handling COVID-19 Risks
11 HRS AGO - As coronavirus cases increase state and countywide, school districts offering differing levels of Expand
California high school athletes travel to Arizona to keep playing through COVID-19
13 HRS AGO - SAN CLEMENTE, California – High school athletes can’t play competitively this fall semester due to Expand
University Blvd. becoming Holiday Blvd. through Jan. 3
16 HRS AGO - University Boulevard and Main Gate Square are continuing their annual tradition of decorating for Expand
Coconino official backs bill to burn forest waste for renewable energy
19 HRS AGO - WASHINGTON – Coconino County Supervisor Art Babbott urged senators last week to pass a bill that Expand
Tucson Mayor Calls for Statewide Mask Mandate
3 DAYS AGO - Tucson Mayor Regina Romero joined three other Arizona mayors on Friday to discuss the surge in Expand
Arizona mayors say Ducey needs to do more to combat Covid-19 - Phoenix Business Journal
3 DAYS AGO - Arizona mayors say Ducey needs to do more to combat Covid-19  Phoenix Business Journal
Southern AZ COVID-19 AM Roundup for Friday, Nov. 20: State Cases Near 300K; Banner Reinstates No-Visitor Policy; Federal Prison a 'Hot Spot'; Free Test Centers Open
3 DAYS AGO - Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases climbed to nearly 300,000 as of Friday, Nov. 20, with Expand
Bank of America awards $1M grants to ASU, Pima CC to support students of color - Phoenix Business Journal
4 DAYS AGO - Bank of America awards $1M grants to ASU, Pima CC to support students of color  Phoenix Expand
Arizona comes up short on report on lung cancer screening, treatment
4 DAYS AGO - WASHINGTON – Arizona was in the bottom tier in three of six categories in a new American Lung Expand
With Pima County Cases Skyrocketing, UA Returning to Remote Classes After Fall Break
12 HRS AGO - In its final week of in-person instruction for the fall semester, the University of Arizona is Expand
Tempe brain tumor therapy company garners $16M in capital raise - Phoenix Business Journal
17 HRS AGO - Tempe brain tumor therapy company garners $16M in capital raise  Phoenix Business Journal
Area School Districts Lack Consistent Policies in reporting COVID cases
3 DAYS AGO - Currently, there is no policy for alerting the public about positive COVID-19 cases in local Expand
Arizona Corporation Commission plan: State energy will be carbon-free by 2050
3 DAYS AGO - PHOENIX – States across the Southwest have adopted clean energy plans that regulate utility Expand
Mayor and Council Vote to Remove Glass from Curbside Recycling
4 DAYS AGO - Starting Monday, Feb. 1, 2021, glass will no longer be accepted in blue bins, and will instead Expand
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