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Arizona secretary of state calls for removal of confederate monument near Capitol

The move comes as the nation struggles with race relations.

Black Lives Matter event draws thousands to UA; group says police presence broke agreement

The organization says it will no longer host events in collaboration with the university.

Governor imposes weeklong curfew after protests; Tucson officials say they weren't notified

The Tucson Police chief says he welcomes the 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew, and TPD will focus on "criminal behavior."

Arizona under statewide curfew

The order from Gov. Ducey will last for a week.

Southern Arizona libraries get federal help

The CARES Act is helping libraries with cleaning supplies.

Arizona sues Google over location tracking practices

The state says the tech giant illegally collected location data.

Arizona Legislature ends session

Senate leaders had planned to take up several bills, but the final day didn’t go as planned.

Continued unemployment claims still climbing in Arizona

Self-employed filers continue to drive claims up.

Redistricting fraught with legal pitfalls

Arizona’s system is gaining popularity around the country.

Survey: Latino families, businesses say they were left out by CARES Act

The survey found that 48% of Latino households making under $25,000 did not receive any support

Already fraught census count further challenged by pandemic

Though the pandemic has delayed parts of the census process, various groups are working to make sure everyone is counted.

As Supreme Court nears decision, thousands of DACA recipients are on the COVID-19 front lines

The court could rule on the future of the Obama-era policy and some 650,000 current recipients in the coming weeks.

Arizona gets more federal money for coronavirus testing

The $150 million will go to expanding testing, lab work and contact tracing.

Federal program for self-employed leads to jump in Arizona unemployment numbers

First-time claims rose as the program opened up benefits to the self-employed, contractors and workers in the gig economy.

Arizona Supreme Court says no to electronic signature gathering for citizen petitions

The state’s highest court will not let citizen initiatives access the online system used by candidates.

Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf's Arizona visit covers wall construction, PPE for Border Patrol

The secretary's visit included a trip to the border wall and a Border Patrol facility in Tucson.

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