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State virus hospitalizations below 1K for 1st time in months

CDC ranks Arizona eighth in the nation for COVID-19 deaths per capita over the last seven days and 22nd in cases

UA releases NCAA's Notice of Allegations

The violations include a lack of institutional control by the men’s basketball and swimming programs, including men's basketball coach Sean Miller

Education notebook: Ducey accelerates the return to classrooms

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

Pima County wants to know where the money is

Officials say they still haven’t received promised money for COVID-19 testing.

Arizona National Guard adjutant general to retire in April

Maj. Gen.. Michael McGuire became the state’s top military officer in 2013

Ducey ends COVID-19 business capacity restrictions

The Governor issued an Executive Order ending many restrictions on businesses.

Arizona Supreme Court to hear challenge to new education tax

The decision comes a month after a trial court judge refused to temporarily block Proposition 208 from taking effect

TUSD is ready for in-person classes

The area’s largest school district isn’t worried about Governor Ducey’s order.

How gem & mineral dealers are coping with the pandemic's impact.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How "Blax Friday" is building community to help black-owned businesses thrive; Adiba Nelson versus her 11-year-old's "tween 'tude"; and a song from John Coinman.

Arizona seeks to create surface water protections after Clean Water Act rollback

The legislation aims to fill the gap left by the rollback of federal protections, but not everyone is pleased with the current proposal.

Essential workers are COVID-19 vaccine eligible

The state has changed vaccine phases to age based.

Ducey orders in-person classes by March 15

The order allows schools to continue offering a mix of in-person and virtual classes

State Senate changes Permanent Early Voting List

Staying on the list would require voting under new legislation passed by the Senate.

In rapidly warming Colorado River Basin, the negotiating table is being set

A new round of talks could define how the river system adapts to a changing climate for the next generation.

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