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As Biden's deportation moratorium fails in court, advocates look at other options
Immigration attorney in Tucson says the administration still has options for policy change.
Tucson approves minimum wage increase for city workers
The increase could effect more than 2,000 city employees
Learning in person during the pandemic
Tony Paniagua reports on how a school in Tucson is approaching the challenge.
Learning in person, vaccinating tribal members, immigration policy shifts
Arizona 360 visits a school in Tucson that has welcomed back most of its students for in-person learning.
News roundup: UA gives county vaccines, TUSD awaits parent responses for reopening
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Feb. 25.
TUSD prepares to reopen, but number of students remaining online is unclear
41 percent of parents still have not chosen which learning method they want for their students
Tucson may ban hair discrimination
CROWN Act will weave respect for natural hairstyles into city law.
UA gives Pima County COVID-19 vaccines
The Moderna doses will allow community outreach.
News roundup: Mobile vaccine clinics return, Navajo Nation surpasses Feb vaccine goal
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Feb. 24.
Apache Stronghold files emergency appeal in Oak Flat case
As the expected date of the land swap approaches, a nonprofit fights to save an Apache religious site from becoming a copper mine.
Conversation with health expert in the Navajo Nation about COVID-19
The head of the Navajo Department of Health also talks about her experiences advising then President-elect Joe Biden on COVID-19.
Mobile vaccination clinics return this weekend
Vaccine shortage canceled the pop-up sites,
Arizona changes 'use it or lose it' water law
A bill signed last week allows water users to voluntarily conserve water without risking loss of the rights to it.
News roundup: Ducey pushes for drilling on fed land, flags fly at half mast for COVID victims
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Feb. 23.
The Navajo Nation has its exceeded vaccination goal for February
Now, the sovereign nation is aiming to administer 120,00 doses by the end of the month.
Ducey “implores” Biden to allow oil leases on federal land
The governor joined 16 other Republican governors asking for an end to an executive order.
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