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Navajo council votes to send big checks to tribal members

The money comes from coronavirus relief funds.

Trump schedules Jan. 15 rally in Arizona

The former president was last in Arizona in July.

Water cutbacks coming to Arizona

A decades-long drought means less water from the Colorado River in 2022.

Flagstaff hotel cancels pine cone drops due to virus threat

Close to 6,000 new cases of COVID-19 were reported Thursday in Arizona.

Arizona minimum wage going up to $12.80 an hour on Jan. 1

Tucson voters approved another minimum wage increase earlier this year.

New specialty license plates put Arizona's lineup over 80

Most of the plate's extra cost goes to charity or a non-profit.

Bill allows Indigenous students to wear cultural clothing at graduation

Advocates say after a year of protests over racial injustice, it's a meaningful change.

Autonomous trucker TuSimple logs first no-human road test

The self-driving truck cruised through southern Arizona.

Arizona reports 3,411 additional COVID cases, 27 more deaths

Virus related hospitalizations are down.

The Boneyard spends 75 years adding to history books

The planes at AMARG are a history of U.S. air power.

Arizona hospital official: Avoid New Year's gatherings

The state added nearly 2,000 new cases of COVID-19 on Tuesday.

Construction industry struggling to hire amid demand for housing

The number of construction workers in Arizona took a big hit in the financial crisis and still had not fully recovered when the pandemic set in.

Update: Arizona Bowl canceled

Boise State pulled out of the game due to the number of players with COVID.

New Arizona COVID-19 cases over 7,600 due to holiday lag

Daily numbers will be high for the next few days as reporting catches up after Christmas break.

Leading water experts explore the future of managing a shrinking water supply from the Colorado River

New report says the best water policies are borne out of a few driving factors.

Traffic fatalities in Arizona on track this year to surpass 2020

The number of people killed in automobile crashes around Arizona during 2021 could reach the highest level in over a decade.

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