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U.S. Supreme Court likely to uphold Arizona voting restrictions

Conservative majority suggest they would throw out an appellate ruling that struck down the restrictions as racially discriminatory

Ducey gets vaccine as Arizona COVID death toll tops 16,000

The latest figures increase the state’s pandemic totals to 818,670 confirmed cases and 16,080 deaths.

News roundup: UA pushes for rural vaccines, USDA disrupts Oak Flat land transfer

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, March 1.

UA wants rural COVID-19 vaccines

The university is ready to expand operations to other counties.

Phoenix to dismantle Squaw Peak, Robert E. Lee street signs

Historically, “Squaw” is a slur used to describe Native American women

Navajo Nation Covid-19 cases continue to decline

Navajo Nation reports 7 new COVID-19 cases and 3 more deaths

Arizona Supreme Court task force refocuses on disinformation

The task force is focusing on helping the public recognize misinformation and disinformation

UA Survey: Arizona grocery workers worry about unmasked shoppers

Nearly 4,000 workers participated in the survey

2 more teens arrested in fatal shooting of UA student

Both face first-degree murder and drive-by shooting in the killing of sophomore Forrest Keys.

Arizona reports 1,179 additional COVID-19 cases, 70 deaths

Seven-day rolling averages of daily new cases and daily deaths both declined over the past two weeks

Education notebook: TUSD prepares for reopening, UA faces tragic student death

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

Reflecting on Arizona’s pandemic one year in

Experts weigh in on we've learned since last spring.

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