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Daily News Roundup: New COVID-19 case record, Pima County requires masks

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 19.

Trump tweet signals administration could again try to dismantle DACA

The Supreme Court shot down the administration's 2017 attempt to shut down the policy.

Arizona voting deadlines will stay the same

The secretary of state settled a lawsuit that sought to change when early ballots are due.

Forecasters say Arizona's budget outlook is improving

The shortfall could be significantly smaller than originally predicted, legislative analysts say.

Growing Arizona metros look to rural communities for water

Private companies are also hoping to profit off the demand.

Tucson developments forge ahead during pandemic

Construction has remained steady amid the current economic downturn.

Former ADHS director advocating for statewide mask requirement

Will Humble has been vocal in his criticism of how the state is handling the current surge in COVID-19 cases.

What’s next for DACA recipients after SCOTUS decision

A discussion with Tucson immigration attorney Jose Vazquez.

DACA upheld, COVID-19 surge, selling water rights

Plus, a look at ongoing development in the city of Tucson.

Celebrating Juneteenth during a pandemic

Though Tucson had to cancel its event, an organizer says the day is still an opportunity to honor Black independence, culture and family.

Arizona DACA recipients celebrate US Supreme Court ruling

The ruling has brought some temporary relief to thousands of immigrants in Arizona who were brought to the country as children.

Arizona sets another record for increases in COVID-19 cases

The state set a third record in four days for daily high numbers of reported new cases.

Daily News Roundup: Tucson mask mandate, DACA decision

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 18.

How testing and tracing can help combat COVID-19

As cases rise dramatically in the state, public health experts look to expand virus detection.

Tucson Mayor Romero makes masks mandatory in public

A city proclamation requires face coverings in settings where physical distancing is "difficult or impossible" starting Saturday morning.

UA still grappling with how to 'return' in August

Officials are still working to figure out how to bring students safely back to campus.

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