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Balancing personal freedoms with pandemic safety mandates

An essay by three University of Arizona professors says the U.S. Constitution offers guidance.

Pima County COVID-19 trends improve, but risk remains too high for schools

A recent memo recommended schools wait until after Labor Day to offer traditional in-person learning.

Arizona schools chief anticipates delays to in-person learning

State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman supports schools providing targeted services for vulnerable students.

Primary results in Pima County yield some surprises

Plus, could a 'blue wave' sweep Arizona in November?

Primary election, learning remotely, COVID-19 and civil liberties

Education and health leaders raise their concerns about reopening schools too soon.

Pandemic creates added pressures for international students

The UA has about 3,700 international students.

ABOR issues guidance for universities ahead of new school year

A discussion with Arizona Board of Regents Chair Larry Penley.

Coalition concerned about UA furloughs, COVID-19 risks on campus

The Coalition for Academic Justice at the University of Arizona includes hundreds of faculty, staff and students.

Delayed season, limited fan capacity possibilities for UA fall sports

A discussion with athletic director Dave Heeke.

UA rolls out new protocols to guard against pandemic

How the university plans to minimize the risk of COVID-19 spreading on campus.

University of Arizona preps for reentry amid pandemic risk

Arizona 360 learns more about its strategy.

UA study looks into best materials for face masks

How effective are T-shirts and scarves?

Bighorn Fire damage adds to challenges for Summerhaven businesses

The pandemic had already hit the community's economy.

Arizonans facing drop in unemployment benefits with expiration of federal dollars

A discussion with KJZZ Radio's Katherine Davis-Young.

Tucson Councilman Kozachik on budget vote, police reform

Kozachik discussed how the police department currently integrates social services in its operations.

Tucson Councilwoman Santa Cruz on budget vote, police reform

Santa Cruz was the sole objector when the City Council voted to pass the budget.

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