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Border Patrol line-of-duty deaths are up sharply during the pandemic

A spokesperson said all Border Patrol deaths from COVID-19 are considered line of duty deaths.

Arizona reports 3,240 additional COVID cases, 83 more deaths

The state reported that 2,274 COVID-19 patients occupied inpatient hospital beds.

Pima County recommends boosters for every eligible person over 18

Health officials cite increased COVID-19 transmission rates within the county.

University of Arizona says about 75% of employees are vaccinated

All employees must be vaccinated or get an exemption under rules for federal contractors.

Arizona will likely add about 700,000 jobs in the next ten years

The state is projected to outpace growth in most of the country.

Holiday shopping adds to strain on retail hiring

Stores that are already understaffed are struggling to hire seasonal workers.

Natural gas bills will likely be 30% higher this winter

Southwest Gas recommends that customers conserve energy to keep bills low.

Infrastructure package includes millions for Arizona border ports

About $400 million will go toward what’s known as the “two-port solution” in Douglas.

University of Arizona has the highest number of Indigenous students graduating with doctoral degrees, survey says

The same survey ranked the UA seventh for awarding doctorate degrees to Hispanic students.

Fired Senate staffer awarded millions in discrimination suit

The aide said she was fired from her job as a policy adviser for state Senate Democrats because of discrimination based on her race and gender.

The Boneyard helps create a digital twin of a fighter jet

The Air Force and Wichita State students are working together on the project.

Infrastructure bill includes billions of dollars for Western water projects

$300 million will help implement drought contingency plans in the Colorado River Basin.

Judge denies request to block vaccination requirements for federal workers, contractors

Lawyers for the state attorney general's office argued the requirements violate the government's procurement rules.

Arizona public health official: 'Pandemic not done with us'

The state on Wednesday reported over 3,000 additional confirmed cases for the sixth time in seven days.

Study focuses on competitiveness and the gender wage gap

University of Arizona-backed research finds women look for fairness in outcomes.

Blood donations in southern Arizona remain low heading into the holidays

Medical experts worry the shortage could cause a slowdown in patient care

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