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Arizona reports 3,820 new COVID-19 cases and 28 more deaths

The latest numbers pushed Arizona’s totals to 1,292,054 cases and 22,589 known deaths since the pandemic began.

Asylum officers union: 'Remain in Mexico' revamp is a 'source of shame'

Union official says reinstating the policy will also strain resources and exacerbate an already years-long backlog for asylum cases.

December has arrived but in much of the West, snowfall has not

In most of Arizona, Utah, and New Mexico, snowpack is only around a quarter or a third of normal.

Biden canceled the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, but an Indigenous protester is still on trial

A trial continues for one Indigenous protester facing federal charges for blocking construction machinery at a wall site in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

Tribal leaders raise concerns about redistricting

Legislative Democrats say proposed maps would leave Latinos underrepresented.

Protesters urge Sen. Kelly to support bill to protect sacred Oak Flat

The land holds religious and cultural significance to Indigenous communities.

Governor touts return-to-work bonuses, end of pandemic jobless aid

After the mid-November application deadline, the bonus program had paid less than half of the 26,000 applicants

Threat from hazardous space debris is getting worse

A University of Arizona scientist says tracking rogue objects is harder than ever.

University of Arizona kicks off scholarship fundraiser for Indigenous law students

The Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program's goal this year is $30,000, and they're almost there.

CBP establishes new care guidelines for pregnant women in custody

Under the guidelines, CBP has to do a better job of managing the care of infants, pregnant women and new mothers.

Nonprofit helps homeowners find good price for solar panels

The organization is launching its second co-op in Tucson.

International bioscience company announces new laboratory in Tucson

The company will join several other bioscience facilities in the University of Arizona Tech Park.

Proposed DACA change draws drew more than 9,000 comments

The policy has been in near-constant legal limbo for years.

Local tribes have expanded access to COVID-19 vaccine cash incentive programs

The Tohono O'odham Nation and Pascua Yaqui Tribe are offering $400 and $100, respectively, to tribal members who prove they're fully vaccinated.

Feminist organizer among 3 killed in attack on protest in Guaymas, Sonora

Marisol Cuadras, 18, belonged to the local collective Feministas del Mar.

Homeland Security says 98% of CBP employees are vaccine mandate 'compliant'

Almost 12,000 CBP employees have contracted COVID-19 since the onset of the pandemic and more than 50 have died.

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