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Lawyers for Arizona inmates seek hearing in health care suit

The lawyers said Judge Roslyn Silver hasn’t held a status conference in the lawsuit since December 2018

Weather-delayed vaccines impacting Arizona's rural counties

Health officials report extreme winter weather is behind a lag of roughly 89,000 doses of the Moderna vaccine

ACLU AZ files records request for Trump-era DHS agreement made with Arizona

Arizona was one of a handful of states and districts to sign on to the agreements just before Biden entered office.

Arizona reacts as Biden's 'Remain in Mexico' rollback begins

Governor Doug Ducey and Representative Raúl Grijalva addressed the new plan in letters to DHS this week.

State releases more COVID-19 testing funds to counties

The state health department announced that $100 million is now available.

Report: Arizona on track for 11% jobs increase over 2 years

Arizona’s economy lost 155,000 jobs during the two years that ended in the second quarter of 2020, with nearly all of the job losses attributed to the COVID-19 pandemic

Pima County may stop COVID-19 testing

Officials said they don’t have the money to continue.

Navajo plant closure to cost Arizona county $40M in taxes

The plant's owners decided to close it as natural gas became a cheaper source of energy.

COVID-19 vaccines postponed in Pima County

Winter weather in the rest of the country is causing a vaccine shortage in southern Arizona.

Arizona reports 1,143 virus cases, 213 deaths; shots delayed

Bitter winter weather in much of the country is wreaking havoc with vaccine deliveries

"Who Framed Rosa Parks?" - Brenna Wynn Greer on the history of Black imagemakers.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Geraldine Brooks reflects on her novel "Year of Wonders"; and a tale of love and loss written by a 6th grade student.

Bill to purge Arizona permanent early-voting list fails

The measure drew harsh criticism from voting rights advocates

AZ Federal Prosecutor resigning

Arizona's chief federal law enforcement officer to resign with new administration in Washington, D.C.

Arizona COVID-19 toll tops 15,000 deaths, more than 800,000 cases

1,315 additional confirmed cases and 82 new deaths today, but new confirmed cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to decline.

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