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New border apprehension numbers need context, advocates say

CBP data shows more than 170,000 total apprehensions at the border in March, including record number of children.

COVID-19 vaccine clinic for Native Americans in downtown Tucson

If registered for the event, members of federally recognized tribes can get a shot at the Tucson Indian Center Saturday.

News roundup: UA lets go of Sean Miller, allows guests at graduation

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, April 7.

TMC COVID-19 vaccination site moving to Udall Park

With the temperatures increasing, TMC's outdoor COVID-19 vaccination clinic moves inside.

UA opening COVID-19 vaccines daily

Available vaccine slots will be announced daily.

Navajo Nation records case of California COVID-19 variant

The news comes a week after the tribe identified another variant first found in the United Kingdom.

Guests allowed at UA graduation

Graduates can have four family members at ceremonies.

Gov. Ducey signs COVID-19 liability shield into law

Critics say measure would reward bad actors who flouted health guidance and endangered their workers or the public

News roundup: Sports return in Arizona, updates on local mask mandates

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, April 2.

Fact Check: Governor Ducey’s letter to Phoenix Mayor

Ducey’s letter contains mistakes when it comes to COVID-19 vaccine numbers

Pima County opens up COVID-19 vaccine eligibility

Beginning April 5, anyone 16 or older is eligible for a vaccine.

Gov. Ducey eases more restrictions as virus cases wane

Executive order lifts some limits on elective surgeries and visitation at long-term care facilities

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