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New national exhibit highlights the only female Medal of Honor recipientThe Medal of Honor: there is no higher award given to members of the U.S. military.

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Good Samaritan killed helping crash victim described as an 'angel on Earth'36-year-old Ana Kincart was killed in a crash on I-275, early Monday morning. It turns out, she was acting as a Good Samaritan to another crash victim, when she was struck and killed by an oncoming vehicle.

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Live music venues struggling to survive amid COVID-19 crisisMusicians are opening up about what it's like playing in front of an audience during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen back in federal prisonPresident Donald Trump's former personal lawyer and fixer, Michael Cohen, has been returned to federal prison.

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Police: Man in custody after Fort Lowell Road standoff that lasted hoursTucson police took a midtown man into custody following a domestic violence-related standoff that lasted hours.

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Gov. Ducey plans 3 p.m. press conference on coronavirus in ArizonaDoug Ducey, right, speaks as Vice President Mike Pence, left, watches after the two held a meeting to discuss the surge in coronavirus cases in Arizona Wednesday, July 1, 2020, in Phoenix.

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LIVE: Joe Biden delivers speech over $700 billion 'Buy American' campaignDemocratic presidential candidate Joe Biden is proposing sweeping new uses of the federal government's regulatory and spending power to bolster U.S. manufacturing and technology firms.

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Man in Australia fights off one of the world's deadliest snakes while driving on highway, police sayIn a press release, police in Queensland, Australia said a 27-year-old Gladstone man identified as "Jimmy" was driving down Dawson Highway back in June at 100 kilometers per hour when he noticed a highly venomous eastern brown snake, which is one of the world's deadliest snakes, near his legs.

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Heading to Starbucks? Bring a maskIn a statement posted Thursday, Starbucks said they will require all customers to wear facial coverings beginning July 15.

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Overturned semi-trailer blocks traffic on Picture Rocks RoadAuthorities say traffic will be blocked in the area until the truck and trailer can be removed.

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Governor Doug Ducey to address coronavirus in Arizona amid continued rise in casesGovernor Doug Ducey is set to address coronavirus in Arizona at a press conference Thursday afternoon.

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here are the major Supreme Court decisions from this termThe Supreme Court released the last of its opinions on Thursday. Catch up on some of the most significant rulings from the term.

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Crews fighting brush fire on Thunderbird MountainFire officials are fighting a brush fire in the Thunderbird Mountain area.

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Desert Heats UpToo hot to think straight Does this verse have any chance Inspiration wilts Yesterday my evil twin posted the WTForecast for Buffalo, NY, complaining of the heat.

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Woman accused of driving into Indiana protesters arrested by policeA 66-year-old woman was arrested and preliminarily charged Wednesday with driving into protesters in downtown Bloomington, Indiana.

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Check out the latest ads from the Biden Campaign, Lincoln Project, and Republican Voters Against TrumpThe digital ads keep on coming. Please check out the below four: The first one, called "That's Joe" is a short effective 15 second one from the Biden team promoting his personabl...

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SCOTUS rejects presidential 'absolute immunity' from criminal processThe biggest loser today at the Supreme Court was Attorney General William "Coverup" Barr. His career-long advancement of an imperial presidency under the unitary executive theory, asserting that the president is above the law and not answerable to Congress or the courts, was soundly rejected by the Supreme Court in defense of constitutional...

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Man accused of shooting construction worker near MaricopaA Pinal County man is facing charges for allegedly shooting a construction worker.

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WNBA to honor memory of Spc. Vanessa Guillen in upcoming seasonThe Women's National Basketball Association plans to pay respect to Vanessa Guillen in their upcoming 2020 season.

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Arizona Marine license plates honor the past, invest in our futureEvery time Elisabeth Wisthoff looks at the license plate of her husband's Toyota Tacoma, it reminds her of where they met, the life they've shared and the children they've...

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These Arizona businesses got $860M to save jobs, but didn't report any jobs actually savedTwo people collaborating over a project at a desk with a tablet, computers, and paperwork.

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Country band Lady A files suit against singer with same nameGrammy-winning country group Lady A has filed a lawsuit against a Black singer who has been performing as Lady A as well.

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ACC delays competitive matches for some fall sports at colleges"The decision allows each campus to further focus on ensuring return to competition protocols are in place to facilitate the resocialization process," the statement reads.

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Greater Phoenix Chamber names new members to young professionals boardThe new board members will focus on identifying content, speakers, venues and partnerships as part of the program's mission to help Valley professionals aged 25-39 become leaders in the Valley and handle important local issues.

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Mesa announces eight railroad crossings will be 'quiet zones'The City of Mesa announced Wednesday that eight traffic crossings over a stretch of Union Pacific Railroad track on Dobson Road will now be designated as "quiet zones."

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Open letter signed by J.K. Rowling and others denounces cancel culture, so what is it?The piece, "A Letter on Justice and Open Debate" argues that being quick to cancel someone or something could lead to a silencing of viewpoints and less reforms.

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Georgia summer camp closes after staff tests positive for COVID-19An overnight YMCA camp with locations in north Georgia closed after a counselor tested positive for the coronavirus; other campers and staff have since tested positive.

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Summer camps in Arkansas, Missouri close after staff, campers test positive for COVID-19Three summer camps in two different states have closed after staff members and campers tested positive for COVID-19.

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Arizona: School Leaders Worry About Reopening as Virus SpreadsArizona Governor Doug Ducey—a zealot for charters and vouchers whose election was funded by Charles Koch and Betsy DeVos—has ordered the state's public schools to reopen on August 17 as the disease rages out of control in his state.

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Two Gun Safety Questions Answered by Pima County CandidatesCitizens for a Safer Pima County is a grass-roots group formed several years ago, specifically to eliminate gun sales to prohibited buyers on public property.

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Pima JTED makes COVID-19 safety changes for upcoming school yearPima JTED invests in new safety changes to welcome students back for new semester.

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Arizona coronavirus outbreak: Travel nurse, 27, shares experienceArizona is experiencing a surge in coronavirus cases, and it could reach the level of New York City's outbreak.

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Disney World 2020 ticket sales, hotel reservations resume July 9Good news, Disney fans! After previously being paused amid the coronavirus pandemic, 2020 theme park ticket sales and hotel reservations resume July 9.

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Supreme Court allows NY prosecutors to see Trump financial records, but not CongressThe U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the Manhattan district attorney's office can see President Donald Trump's tax returns and other financial records, but Congress cannot, at least for now.

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Whispers In The Canyon: Quotes From ReviewersQuotes from Reviewers ON AMAZON: from Lainey: I stayed up all night and this morning to read this whole take in one go...

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Supreme Court rules much of eastern Oklahoma remains tribal reservationThe Supreme Court has ruled that Oklahoma prosecutors lack the authority to pursue criminal cases in a large chunk of eastern Oklahoma that remains an American Indian reservation.

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Arizona city repeals ordinance restricting police filming » Albuquerque JournalAn Arizona city repealed an ordinance restricting the public from filming police officers at crime scenes.

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Phoenix police: Man found dead in alley near 3rd Street and Whitton AvenuePolice are looking for information after a man was found dead in a Phoenix alley Wednesday afternoon.

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Arizona's COVID-19 numbers are a target for national media. It mattersIf you're going to sum up the way national media are covering the COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona, it boils down to this: What in the world is going on out there?

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Coronavirus Case Numbers Surge in Texas and ArizonaThe coronavirus is surging again in the Southwest, where hospitals are reaching capacity. And it's probably going to get worse.

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Pedestrian killed in crash near 1st Avenue and Indian School RoadPhoenix police are investigating a deadly pedestrian-involved crash early Thursday morning.

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Taking Stock 2020: How Arizona Wildcats swimming is looking under coach Augie BuschWe haven't had college sports for more than three months now due to the coronavirus pandemic, making this the longest offseason ever.

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Arizona first responders want workers' comp protection during pandemicThose who protect the public are now asking the state of Arizona to protect them after an alarming amount of first responders have tested positive for coronavirus.

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Arizona teachers struggled to adapt to distance learning, survey saysThe pivot to distance learning in the spring when Arizona schools closed due to the coronavirus happened so quickly that many teachers struggled to adjust, a new survey found.

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Charts show Bay Area's coronavirus surge vs. hot spots in Arizona, Florida and TexasArizona, Florida and Texas have become the new coronavirus epicenters of the country, and even the world.

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Will COVID-19 force Arizona high schools to cancel fall sports, too?Money and status give professional sports leagues and major colleges a fighting chance to begin, or restart, play during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Yuma couple accused of purposely coughing on Walmart workersA couple accused of intentionally coughing on employees at a Walmart store in Yuma and then trying to flee have been arrested, police said.

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ASU professor wants college football canceled: Part of a 'tragedy'Arizona State professor Victoria Jackson believes there should be no college football in 2020-21, and not just because of the coronavirus risks for players and staff.

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AZ Memo: Arizona churches and pastors open doors to LGBTQ; Best takeout french fries; How Navajo Nation leaders are allocating COVID-19 aidGood morning, Arizona. Here's what you need to know to start your day.

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Joe Biden may want to help Arizona, but he can't. Gov. Doug Ducey can. Why won't he?Former Vice President Joe Biden said scathing things about the president's handling of the coronavirus explosion in Arizona.

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Universities continue plans to reopen, Arizona colleges still scheduled for in-person classes among soaring COVID-19 casesEven as Arizona becomes the ninth state with over 100,000 cases of COVID-19, the state's three major universities, Arizona State, University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University are all still presently planning to reopen in-person classes in the fall.

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At the South Rim by JC SulzenkoA blind man goes to the Grand Canyon. NO, it's no joke. He really travels there, asks his friend, What do you see?

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Arizona advocates fear fallout from Supreme Court's contraception care rulingArizona health care advocates said they are bracing for a flood of people seeking contraceptive care after the Supreme Court ruled Wednesday that employers can deny the coverage on religious or moral grounds.

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Desperate measures in Arizona as COVID-19 overwhelms hospitalsDr. Theresa Cullen, public health director for Pima County, Arizona, talks with Rachel Maddow about the shocking rate of increase in new cases in her county and the mitigation measures being taken given limited options and scarce hospital bed space.

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Two-year-old dies after being pulled from Mesa poolA 2-year-old child has died after being found at the bottom of a Mesa pool Wednesday evening.

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USG Names Aubry Commercial Lines Producer in ArizonaUSG Insurance Services Inc. has named Amanda Aubry as a producer / broker in commercial lines in the Scottsdale, Ariz., office.

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Stuart Starky thinks America and Arizona Congressional District Four are Ready for Change2004 Senate Candidate and C O Greenfield School Principal Stuart Starky wants to help bring change to America and Arizona Congressional District Four on November 3, 2020, as the Democratic candidate for the House of Representatives.

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Arizona Dept of Education writes to Guv about postponing school reopening date amid COVIDThe Arizona Department of Education has written a letter to the governor to reconsider its decision on reopening schools amid the surge in COVID-19 cases.

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Reactionary Tucker Carlson and Draft Dodger Donald Trump try to Max Cleland Tammy DuckworthMost political historians and observers know who Max Cleland is. A Vietnam War Veteran that lost both legs and an arm while serving, he won a seat to the United States Senate representing Georgia i...

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Coronavirus in ArizonaShe gave me that look, haha. I remembered that look in my twenties. It brought someone from across the room like they were floating.

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Pressure mounts for police to release July 4th shooting videoFacing more pressure for transparency, Phoenix police pledge to release video of a deadly July 4 shooting sometime next week.

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Mike Pence sees COVID-19 improvement in Arizona. Who is he kidding?Vice President Mike Pence puts on his mask after a press conference with Gov. Doug Ducey at Sky Harbor International Airport in Phoenix on July 1, 2020.

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July 8, 2020, NewscastArizona as ‘global pandemic hotspot;' Pence addresses schools reopening; Suns' Deandre Ayton on NBA bubble.

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EoS, Life Time indicate they may reopen in Arizona before July 27A rack of weights at the EOS Fitness Phoenix location at Cactus Road and Tatum Boulevard.

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Joe Biden may want to help Arizona, but he can't. Gov. Doug Ducey can. Why won't he?In this June 25, 2020, file photo Democratic presidential candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden pauses while speaking during an event in Lancaster, Pa.

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Journal of the Plague Year 2020: Enjoy the Bossy MachoThis afternoon, I suddenly felt quite happy. I've noticed that both happiness and misery spring from trivial causes, but that it's wiser to notice the former, and to treat the latter with lordly indifference.

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Daily news roundup: Arizona COVID-19 cases, educators on reopening callsOne of the nation's coronavirus hot spots got a sliver a good news Wednesday. An Arizona State University researcher and the White House's coronavirus response coordinator both say an exponential rise in the percentage of people testing positive for the virus appears to have leveled off.

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As Trump pushes to reopen schools, Arizona school leaders face more uncertaintyIn this June 1, 2020 file photo, Kristina Washington, special education staff member at Desert Heights Preparatory Academy, walks past a series of desks and chairs at the school in Phoenix, returning to her classroom for only the second time since the coronavirus outbreak closed schools.

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Former Vice President Joe Biden calls out Arizona's coronavirus 'testing failures'Former Vice President and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden released a statement Wednesday criticizing Arizona's "testing failures" and calling on President Donald Trump to take action.

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Epidemiologist speaks out as Arizona surpasses New York's all-time peak in daily COVID-19 cases per capitaAn epidemiologist is speaking out as Arizona rapidly becomes an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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PD: Man and woman arrested after coughing on Walmart employees in YumaYuma police say they've arrested a man and woman who intentionally coughed on employees at a Walmart, and then tried to run from officers.

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COVID-19 in Arizona: State leads U.S. in growth of new casesDoctors and health experts worry about the future of Arizona under COVID-19.

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Dewey-Humboldt extends emergency proclamationAs coronavirus cases continue to surge in Arizona at an alarming rate, the Town of Dewey-Humboldt issued a statement on July 1, declaring that it is extending its emergency proclamation through July 31.

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ASU Soccer: Sun Devil alum Jemma Purfield signs two-year deal with Bristol City WFCFormer Arizona State forward / defender Jemma Purfield has signed a two-year contract with the Bristol City Women's Football Club in southwest England.

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Healthy Oliver Ekman-Larsson ready to help Arizona CoyotesOliver Ekman-Larsson had knee surgery last summer, fully expecting it to help him have a healthy 2019-20 season.

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Police looking for information after Phoenix teen shot and killed outside homePhoenix police are asking the public for any information on a deadly shooting that happened on June 25.

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Coronavirus task force member shows off mask from Arizona's Salt River tribeMasks can be a fashion statement, Dr. Deborah Birx said, as she showed off the face mask gifted to her from the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community during the White House coronavirus press briefing Wednesday morning.

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Where could Arizona Wildcats play if fall sports are crammed into the spring and facility space is an issue?The Ivy League announced Wednesday that it has postponed all sporting events until at least January 1 due to the coronavirus pandemic, effectively postponing fall sports like football, volleyball and soccer.

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Northern Arizona Suns leave Prescott Valley for Phoenix areaCiting economic challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Northern Arizona Suns announced they will leave Prescott Valley for a location closer to the Phoenix metropolitan area.

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Fruity Pebble Rice Crispy TreatsI just love an old classic with a twist. These rice crispy treats are so gooey and good.

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AG urges federal judge to examine governor's powers in emergenciesThe state's top lawyer is telling a federal judge that there may be legitimate claims that Gov.

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Cook off the hook, ethics probe droppedThe House Ethics Committee will not pursue any action against Rep. David Cook at least at this time, special chair Rep.

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Arizona ranks 1st for U.S. staycationsAZ Big Media Arizona ranks 1st for U.S. staycations - AZ Big Media.

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128 workers, 244 detainees have tested positive for COVID-19 at Eloy ICE detention centerThe 128 workers who tested positive comprise nearly half of all contract workers at the facility.

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Taylor Morrison sees 'strongest' home sales in virus hot-spot statesTaylor Morrison saw home sales almost double in June from a year ago. The strong showing was aided by the company's new virtual appointment system amid the pandemic.

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Tribes say delay in release of COVID-19 funds hurt coronavirus relief, other effortsAt a time when some Native American communities continue to struggle with the most basic needs, tribal leaders Wednesday called it "an outrage" that tribes had to wait months for coronavirus relief funds.

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Phoenix district cuts school resource officers, saying time is right to actAdvocates called Phoenix Union High School District's decision to do away with school resource officers a good first step toward ending police presence on school campuses, but only a first step.

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Virus infections soaring, DHS expects positive results next weekArizona's rate of new infections of COVID-19 is skyrocketing.

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White House calls for quick return to school; some Arizona parents, educators balkSome teachers and parents in Arizona said they worry that schools here will not be able to find safe ways to reopen.

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Record-breaking heat expected over the weekendWith temperatures reaching record and dangerous levels starting Friday, the ABC15 Forecasters have issued ABC15 Weather Action Days to give you a heads up to the incoming excessive heat.

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Arizona could be the new COVID-19 capital of the worldThe state of Arizona leads the world in new Coronavirus cases in the last 7 days according to a study by Johns Hopkins University.

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US soars past 3m coronavirus cases after 1m added within a monthWarning ‘serious situation' in months ahead, Anthony Fauci faces criticism from Donald Trump as president lashes out.

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Unite Here Holds Protest at Arizona Capitol for More Unemployment BenefitsWhat happens in the next few months will make a big difference for Meschelle Hornstein and her 3-year-old daughter, Noah.

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Airport testing digital identity, more touchless optionsThat digital "identity", called Glide, will also include biometric data and be used for passengers to show their health status using a badge on their cell phone.

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THAT SeasonIt's the "why do we live here" season. Officially it's summer but that's kind of a vague term here considering I have seen 100 degree temps the weekend before Thanksgiving.

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297 days: take a bowThey say the world is a stage. But obviously the play is unrehearsed and everybody is ad-libbing his lines.

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Baketivity Launches Positivity Cookie Kit: Teaching Cultural Diversity To ChildrenBaketivity is at it again with another amazing launch! The Positivity Cookie Kit limited release box is designed to encourage conversations about children's diversity despite our differences.

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NHL Blackhawks not looking to change team nameThe announcement comes after the Washington Redskins and Cleveland Indians said they would re-evaluate their nicknames.

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Ranking Arizona: Top 10 real estate agents for 2020AZ Big Media Ranking Arizona: Top 10 real estate agents for 2020 - AZ Big Media.

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Early voting begins for 2020 Arizona primaryBallots for the primary election in August are being mailed out, according to officials with the Secretary of State's Office.

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Study of property taxes nationwide finds racial inequalitiesTwo economists analyzed more than a decade of tax assessment and sales information for nearly 120 million homes across the country.

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Love As A Heartbreak VI: Kevin Ramirez"Excuse my Spanish, but its no más. I been working hard for no prize, But I'm still grateful though I show pride,"Dwayne Carter There I was, waking up early on a Saturday morning preparing for an interview with Kevin because that's when he said he was available.

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Official: Tulsa rally likely led to surge in coronavirus casesPresident Donald Trump supporters listen to Trump speak during a campaign rally at the BOK Center, Saturday, June 20, 2020, in Tulsa, Okla.

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1 officer charged in George Floyd death releases body cam transcripts as he seeks case dismissalOne of four former Minneapolis police officers charged in the death of George Floyd released body cam transcripts from the incident as he asks to have his case dismissed.

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AZ Drone Fest accepting submissions from amateur, pro filmmakersThe second-annual AZDroneFest, a film festival and family event for drone enthusiasts, is now accepting early submissions from amateur and professional filmmakers from throughout the state and beyond.

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Tyler Perry to pay funeral expenses for girl shot in AtlantaA representative for Tyler Perry says the filmmaker and actor has offered to pay the funeral expenses for an 8-year-old girl who was fatally shot in Atlanta.

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The 24 Hour Plays to Partner With Arizona Theatre CompanyA special edition of the 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues series will benefit Arizona Theatre Company.

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Reid Park Zoo welcomes baby Grevy's zebra"We are excited about the foal's arrival, as he adds to the other African species born this spring at the Zoo including our 5 meerkat pups and elephant calf, Penzi," said Dr. Sue Tygielski, Director of Zoo Operations.

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Bed Bath and Beyond to close 200 locations nationwideThe news comes after the company temporarily closed 90% of its locations nationwide during the coronavirus pandemic, which resulted in a 77% of in-store sales in the spring quarter of 2020.

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Arizona Community Foundation raises over $316,000 to help nonprofits respond to COVID-19Thanks to the generosity of foundation and corporate partners, businesses, and individual donors and families, the Arizona Community Foundation of Yavapai County has raised $316,427 to help nonprofit organizations across Yavapai County respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Facebook removes fake accounts posing as Floridians linked to Roger Stone"The people behind this activity used fake accounts - some of which had already been detected and disabled by our automated systems - to pose as residents of Florida, post and comment on their own content to make it appear more popular than it is, evade enforcement, and manage Pages," Facebook said in a posted statement.

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Virginia governor calls on districts to eliminate Confederate school names, mascotsThe governor of Virginia is calling on the state's school districts to change school names and mascots that honor Confederate leaders.

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John Legend tweets about Pima County Attorney raceIn Pima County, Legend says he supports Laura Conover as the top prosecutor, saying she "will focus prosecution resources on the most serious cases as Pima County District Attorney, while redirecting those in need to the right services rather than jailing them."

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Oprah, Lionsgate to help adapt The 1619 Project for film, TVOprah Winfrey and Lionsgate are partnering with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Nikole Hannah-Jones to adapt The New York Times' 1619 Project for film and television.

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Shepard Smith hired by CNBC, will host evening newscast"The News with Shepard Smith" will launch this fall, and CNBC said that Smith will also serve as the network's chief general news anchor and managing editor of the breaking news division.

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AZ hospitals want some state rules waived as COVID-19 cases soarAs COVID-19 escalates, Arizona hospitals want state to waive some patient protections.

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As Trump pushes to reopen schools, Arizona school leaders face more uncertaintyArizona school and public health leaders are processing calls from the Trump administration to reopen schools, as pandemic continues its surge through state.

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Man launches fundraiser to buy Black history books for libraryA Colorado man is focusing on changing the next chapter of history by helping his local library buy more books about Black history and cultural diversity.

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Baltimore man known as 'Funnel Cake King' investing in future as Black business ownerIn Baltimore There's a man named Dwayne Benbow Jr., but you probably know him better as "The Funnel Cake King".

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Trouble in ArizonaThere is no country in the world where confirmed coronavirus cases are growing as rapidly as they are in Arizona, Florida or South Carolina.

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New: AZ Teacher's Reflect On Spring's Transition To Distance LearningExpect More Arizona has released additional results from a May 2020 survey. This second phase of data highlight teachers' reflections on school closures and distance learning last spring.

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Rock and Roll Hall of Fame cancels in-person 2020 Induction CeremonyCelebrating the newest Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees will look a different this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Walgreens opening full-service doctor's offices at 500 to 700 of its drugstoresWalgreens announced Wednesday that it will open full-service doctor's offices at 500 to 700 of its drugstores in the next five years.

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Arizona Wildcats prioritizing 5-star center Nathan BittleThe Arizona Wildcats are one of five programs prioritizing five-star center Nathan Bittle, the 2021 prospect recently told StockRisers.com.

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Phoenix Pride updates policy in support of LGBTQ People of ColorPhoenix Pride says it is changing its policies regarding the participation of local police agencies in the annual Phoenix Pride Festival and Parade.

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Arizona Reaction to Trump's Monstrous Pressuring of Governors to Reopen SchoolsEveryone agrees with the goals of the American Academy of Pediatrics which says students fare better with in-person instruction and classroom attendance.

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EPA: Some Lysol products can kill COVID-19 on surfaces in 2 minutesThe Environmental Protection Agency announced on Monday that some Lysol products could kill COVID-19 on surfaces in just two minutes.

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The COVID Testing Debacle Shows America Isn't Great Again, It's FlailingPhoto by Polina Tankilevitch on Pexels.com Last week, my uncle went to the hospital. He tested positive for COVID-19 after having had the virus in March and recovering.

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SCOTUS again tears down a section of the wall of separation of church and stateFirst Amendment religious liberty was intended to be a shield from government control over religion in response to the state religions of Europe, and the centuries of sectarian conflict from which many colonists had fled Europe.

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Check out this ad about Martha McSally Criticizing Pregnant Women in the Military from American BridgeLike the Lincoln Project, the American Bridge PAC does not hold back any punches. In their latest ad, "McSally: Wrong for Arizona," the digital ad-makers released clips of when an activ...

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Coronavirus concerns costing commercial real estate industry big bucksCommercial real estate investor Steve Schwab is looking to sign tenants to leases at a new development in downtown Denver but he's running into troubles linked to the pandemic.

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Why these adorable photos of gorillas are causing such a commotionThis subspecies of gorilla is one of the most endangered, with only an estimated 300 individual animals believed to exist.

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Boat tours of Pearl Harbor's USS Arizona Memorial to resumeSome boat tours to the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii's Pearl Harbor will resume this week, the National Park Service said.

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Arizona is now No. 1 in the world for coronavirus but some Arizonans say it's no big dealCongratulations, Arizona. We did it! When it comes to the coronavirus, we're No.

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The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues Partners With Arizona Theatre Company For All-new EditionThe 24 Hour Plays announced today that they will partner with Arizona Theatre Company on an exciting edition of The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues, available July 14th on IGTV @24hourplays, and on The 24 Hour Plays' Facebook and YouTube channels.

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Father of boy who died in hot car advocating for bill that would save other childrenThe father of a boy who died of heat stroke in the back of his SUV is advocating for a bill recently passed by the House that would require all new cars to come with technology that can detect when a child is left in the backseat when the vehicle isn't running.

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Arizona virus deaths nearing 2,000, local confirmed cases triple since June 1The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona shows no sign of easing Wednesday, July 8, as hospitals report treating the largest number of patients yet in their emergency departments and the most ever in both their intensive care and regular beds.

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Ohio lawmaker urges people to 'stop getting tested' for COVID-19Republican State Rep. Nino Vitale made the request on his state representative Facebook page Tuesday after the state announced that counties determined to be "high-risk" for COVID-19 would require face coverings be worn in public.

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Chris Streveler Tries To Find NFL Home With CardinalsThe move came at the end of the second week of March, which was going to be perfect for Chris Streveler to get situated after the former Canadian Football League quarterback signed with the Cardinals.

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Where to get free COVID-19 tests in Arizona with or without insuranceAs COVID-19 case numbers continue to skyrocket across Arizona, the demand for free, quick coronavirus testing has exploded.

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Arizona gyms close after losing court challenge against governor's ordersMountainside Fitness closed their 18 locations across Arizona Tuesday after a Maricopa County Superior Court judge upheld Gov.

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Working parents concerned about back-to-school plansClayton says employers will have to be flexible with employees who may be at the will of their child's return-to-school plan.

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Coronavirus has left hospitals in a state of financial insecurity"Half of hospitals' budgets, over half, is devoted to labor costs. So, of course, when all regular operations are shut down and you're incurring additional expenses to prepare for treating the virus for the community, you have to find ways to cut costs," explained Pollack.

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Teen who died of COVID-19 may have contracted virus at church party, report showsA medical examiner's report shows a 17-year-old girl who died of COVID-19 may have contracted the coronavirus at a church party in Florida.

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Recreating Chase Stadium's Churro DogThis may be the dessert to end all desserts. The Churro Dog was first introduced to Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona in 2015.

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U.S. government processing request for surge testing site in west PhoenixDuring a news conference Wednesday by the White House coronavirus task force it was revealed that a request for a COVID-19 surge testing site in west Phoenix is being processed.

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Police involved in shooting near Interstate 17 and Peoria AvenueOfficers were involved in a shooting in Phoenix Wednesday morning.

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SCOTUS upholds law that allows employers to refuse birth control coverage on religious groundsThe Supreme Court has upheld Trump administration rules allowing some employers to refuse to provide free contraceptive coverage on religious grounds.

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Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds says driver who hit Black Lives Matter protester, 'acted appropriately'In a press conference on Tuesday, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said the driver who hit the Black Lives Matter protester while driving her away from an event "acted appropriately."

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Maricopa County officials to give coronavirus update Wednesday afternoon amid growing number of casesDr. Rebecca Sunenshine, the Medical Director for the Maricopa County Department of Public Health, will be providing details at 1 p.m.

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Coronavirus hits Arizona ICE detention center, hundreds of employees and migrants test positive: reportNearly half the employees and hundreds of immigrants at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center in Arizona tested positive for coronavirus.

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Arizona health officials report virus deaths nearing 2,000PHOENIX — The number of new coronavirus cases in Arizona shows no sign of easing Wednesday as hospitals report treating the largest number of patients yet in their emergency departments and...

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United Airlines sends layoff notices to 45% of US employeesUnited officials said Wednesday that they still hope to limit the number of layoffs by offering early retirement, but they have to send notices this month to comply with a law requiring that workers get 60 days' notice ahead of mass job cuts.

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In 'rambling' interview, Kanye West discusses presidential run and dropping Trump supportDuring a "rambling" interview with Forbes, rapper Kanye West elaborated on his decision to run for president and made several more head scratching comments.

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Country music star Blake Shelton airing concert at drive-in theaters across U.S.Blake Shelton, Gwen Stefani and Trace Adkins have been announced as the first act in a brand-new drive-in movie theater concert series.

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Handful of Texas sheriffs say they will not enforce executive order requiring masks in publicSheriffs in at least eight counties in Texas have said that they will not fine or cite those who violate Gov.

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Baby bear burned in wildfire recovering 'very well,' will be released soonColorado Parks and Wildlife said that a yearling bear that was burned during the East Canyon Fire last month is recovering well and should be released in coming weeks.

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Maricopa County Attorney's Office to investigate if charges warranted in shooting death of Dion JohnsonThe Phoenix Police Department submitted their investigation into the death of Dion Johnson to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office on Tuesday afternoon.

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Backwoods wildlife sanctuaryOne evening toward the end of our first month in Sedona, we found ourselves debating the advisability of putting up bird feeders.

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Facebook civil rights audit: 'Serious setbacks' mar progressA two-year audit of Facebook's civil rights record found "serious setbacks" that have marred the social network's progress on matters such as hate speech, misinformation, and bias.

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Ducey orders flag honor for pilot killed in wildfire fightGov. Doug Ducey has ordered flags on state buildings be flown at half-staff Wednesday for a pilot killed in a helicopter crash while helping fight a wildfire.

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University of California Board of Regents appoints first Black presidentDr. Michael Drake became the University of California's first Black president on Tuesday, the Board of Regents announced in a press release.

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AZ Project 11 Intends to Oust Republicans in LD11The Arizona Ground Game is focusing on Legislative District 11 from now through the election because it is a lower-turnout area and all three state legislators consistently act against the issues Democrats support.

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Former Marine who played wide receiver in college catches a three-year-old boy thrown from burning buildingI don't see myself as a hero. A person trained to do my job is trained to protect people,' says Phillip Blanks.

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Phoenix distributing millions of dollars to microbusinesses amid pandemicThe city of Phoenix and Phoenix IDA have approximately $10 million in grants available to distribute through the Phoenix Small Business Resiliency Grant Program.

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Arizona reports 3,520 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, 36 more deathsArizona health officials reported 3,520 additional coronavirus cases Wednesday and 36 more known deaths.

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LIVE Blog: Coronavirus in ArizonaThe latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.

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AZ Daily Star endorses Jonathan Mosher for Pima County AttorneyThe AZ Daily Star editorial board held an online candidate forum for the 3 Democrats running to replace long time Pima County Attorney Democrat Barbara LaWall, who is retiring.

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Arizona teachers want to tax the rich for their studentsThe Arizona Chamber of Commerce and the ultra-right wing state legislature were hoping that the COVID-19 pandemic would save them from those pesky citizen initiatives that regular citizens can place on the ballot to be voted into law.

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Arizona is on the brink of a humanitarian catastropheDuring a live interview streamed on Facebook, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the top infectious disease expert in the U.S., said Monday that the U.S. is "still knee-deep in the first wave" of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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81,000 Arizona Businesses Get Coronavirus LoansJust over 81,000 Arizona small businesses were approved for loans worth $8.6 billion under a government program meant to keep people employed during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to data released Monday by the federal government.

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Javier Ramos wants to Improve the lives of the People of Congressional District Five as their next House RepresentativeWhile the current incumbent champions policies that take care of the wealthy and ignore those afflicted with COVID 19, sees preventive health care like wearing masks as the folly of a tyrannical government and thinks Donald Trump is an agent of restoration, Mr.

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Bob Olsen wants to represent all the People in Congressional District EightBob Olsen has dedicated his life to serving others. For most of his adult life, he has been either a member of the military, a police officer, a firefighter, or an attorney.

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Arizona school counselors gear up to meet students' emotional needsStudents may need extra social-emotional support when Arizona schools reopen in August, and counselors are preparing to help.

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Five U.S. states reach record numbers of new daily Covid-19 casesCNBC's Meg Tirrell reports the latest Covid-19 case numbers in the United States.

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These Arizona bar owners are holding out. Here's why they won't reopenIn response to increasing cases of COVID-19 in Arizona, on Monday, June 29, Gov. Doug Ducey put an executive order in place to shut down bars once again.

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Arizona Democratic Reaction to the House Passage of the Invest in America-Moving Forward Infrastructure BillWith attempts to negotiate a bipartisan agreement with Democrats fell apart because of both Trump pouting because of House investigations and backing off the dollar figure of the plan, political observers consigned this promise in the dustbin with the many other broken pledges the 2016 Popular Vote Loser has made like Mexico paying for the wall...

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Arizona is No. 1 global pandemic hotspot, New York Times reportsOver the last week, Arizona's explosion in coronavirus cases has made it the No. 1 global pandemic hot spot.

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Covid-19 numbersAverage # of Deaths New Jersey 1718 per million =.17 mortality rate New York 1651 per million Florida 172 per million =.017 mortality rate Texas 91 per million Average of all states in the U.S. 400 per million =.04 mortality rate.

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U.S. Cases Rise 2%, Topping Average Daily Increase: Virus UpdateBloomberg) - The number of confirmed cases in the U.S. rose 2% compared to a day earlier, with the total now surpassing 3 million.

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5 Arizona lawmakers push to postpone Bar exam over COVID-19 concernsArizona lawmakers say plan to move ahead with Arizona Bar Exam later this month is 'dangerous'

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Spaceship Earth reviewThis absorbing documentary tracks how participants in the Biosphere 2 project lived, grew food and disagreed in giant biodomes.

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North Brunswick reaches out to communities in Arizona and Florida to spread messages of hopeNorth Brunswick's Initiative of Hope is an effort to help other states impacted by COVID-19.

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Why Arizona's Covid-19 epidemic became the worst in the USArizona's coronavirus outbreak came after the state let its guard down.

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Arizona coronavirus positive test rate is highest in US: What it meansOne in four COVID-19 tests in Arizona is coming back positive, the highest percentage in the country, according to Johns Hopkins University, and an indicator that there isn't enough testing to keep up with the new coronavirus' spread in the state.

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Trump's troubles in Arizona mount with coronavirus surgeReuters) - Arizona has served as a southwestern bulwark for Republicans for decades, voting for a Democratic presidential candidate only once since 1948.

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Texas and Arizona ER doctors say they are losing hope as hospitals reach capacityCNN)As concerns over the capacity of hospitals resurface amid surging Covid-19 cases, two emergency room doctors say they worry about where the pandemic could take them next.

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More hurdles for marijuana MSO MedMen in Arizona, CaliforniaBad news continues to pile up for California-based MedMen Enterprises. After the multistate operator\'s founders stepped down from leadership roles in January, their replacements have continued to struggle to right the ship, and just last month, MedMen lost a medical marijuana business license in Virginia.

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Coronavirus deaths rising in hotspots like Arizona, Florida and TexasCoronavirus deaths are ticking up in the new hotspots of Florida, Texas and Arizona, even as they continue to trend down nationally.

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Tech alliance urges Israeli companies to look to Arizona as a gateway into the U.S. marketFor many Israeli companies, The Grand Canyon State offers room for innovation and an open invitation to collaborate with locals.

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Nearly half the employees at an Arizona ICE detention center have tested positive for COVID-19At the Eloy ICE Detention Center in Arizona, 127 employees have tested positive since the coronavirus pandemic began, as have 222 migrant detainees.

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My New BicycleGlasses have these new features. They have neat names. Except. No one can clearly describe their advantages over well, anything.

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Former Arizona Wildcats star Derrick Williams signs with Spain's Valencia, per reportDerrick Williams' pro career will take him to another part of the globe, as it was announced Wednesday that he is signing with Valencia of Liga ACB, Spain's top league.

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Arizona Voters' Guide is Out!2020 ARIZONA VOTERS' GUIDE Ok, listen up Arizona brothers and sisters! Did you know it is our duty to vote?

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5 Arizona lawmakers push to postpone Arizona Bar exam over COVID-19 concernsArizona lawmakers say plan to move ahead with Arizona Bar Exam later this month is 'dangerous'

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Angry Arizona man spreads lies, says resident has a 'pound of weed' in drug dealing house: Strongsville Police BlotterSTRONGSVILLE, Ohio Suspicious behavior, Drake Road: On June 20, police were dispatched to a Drake Road residence after a caller said a man - who had a "pound of weed" - was dealing drugs from the home.

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Arizona records its highest number of newly reported coronavirus deaths on Tuesday"We're at the point of — we basically have no ICU beds left in the state of Arizona," Dr. Matthew Heinz said.

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Thousands of Arizona companies, churches, non-profits and more received PPP money"The PPP is providing much-needed relief to millions of American small businesses, supporting more than 51 million jobs and over 80 percent of all small business employees, who are the drivers of economic growth in our country," said Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said in a statement.

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The Latest: Young people most of Arizona's confirmed casesArizona state health officials say the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Arizona has now surpassed 100,000 and younger people, not the elderly, have comprised more than half of them.

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Court Of Appeals Rules COVID-19 Concerns Not Grounds For Inmate's ReleaseLarry Donnell Dunlap is serving a 69.5-year sentence with the Arizona Department of Corrections after being convicted in 1996 of five counts of child molestation and one count of sexual abuse of a child.

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Family of James Garcia calls for release of all body camera footage, questions police accountSaturday, officers shot and killed James Garcia as he sat in his car. Conflicting narratives have emerged about the moments that led up to his death, but Phoenix police say he had a gun and refused to put it down.

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Dozens of Florida intensive care units are full. Texas and Arizona hospitals are quickly filling up, too.At least 56 intensive care units in Florida hospitals have reached capacity, another 35 Florida hospital ICUs are at least 90 percent full, and 17 more hospitals have run out of regular beds, Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration said Tuesday night.

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Previously Deported Attempted Child Sex Abuser Arrested By BP AgentsAccording to U.S. Customs and Border Protection , agents encountered Chavez-Garcia, who is a previously deported convicted felon, and two other people near the international border around 7 p.m.

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AZ POST says reform is coming to Arizona police trainingArizona's police oversight board is rewriting officer training programs with new scrutiny on how force is used, and board officials say they want more input from the community.

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Arizona ICE detention center employees test positive for virusNearly half the employees at an Arizona ICE detention center have tested positive for COVID-19, with a guard dying of the disease, according to new reporting from reporters Julia Ainsley and Jacob Soboroff.

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White House calls for quick return to school; some Arizona parents, educators balkA White House panel of parents, teachers and school administrators said Tuesday that reopening schools this fall should be the nation's top priority, but some teachers and parents in Arizona said they worry that schools here will not be able to find safe ways to do it.

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Arizona's Aug. 4 primary election: What to know about early votingA woman walks with her ballot to vote in the Democratic presidential primary on March 17, 2020, at the Madison Park School polling location in Phoenix.

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Why Arizona's percent of positive tests is highest in the countryOne in four COVID-19 tests in Arizona is coming back positive, the highest percentage in the country, according to Johns Hopkins University, and an indicator that there isn't enough testing to keep up with the new coronavirus' spread in the state.

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Arizona Superintendent Kathy Hoffman speaks out about President Trump's school reopening plansKathy Hoffman, the Superintendent of the Arizona Department of Education, has responded to President Trump's statements on reopening schools during the coronavirus pandemic.

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NAZ Suns to leave Prescott Valley for new home in Phoenix areaAfter playing the past three-plus seasons at the Findlay Toyota Center in Prescott Valley, the Northern Arizona Suns are relocating to Phoenix because of economic impacts tied to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NBA G League franchise's brass announced on Tuesday, July 7.

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Sierra Vista Man Could Still Get Probation Despite Failing To Appear For SentencingA Sierra Vista man slated to be sentenced later this month in three felony cases remains in the Cochise County jail after failing to appear for a May hearing and becoming the subject of an arrest warrant which required $50,000 bail.

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Obituary notice: Peter Lee HumphreysPeter Lee Humphreys was born on May 23, 1958 in Palmdale, California and passed away on June 30, 2020 in Prescott, Arizona.

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Editorial: Education needs help; is ballot measure the answer?A perennial issue in the State of Arizona is education, specifically education funding.

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Obituary notice: Christine Rebecca McBrideChristine Rebecca McBride was born on September 28, 1915 in Upper Marlboro, Maryland. She passed away on July 4, 2020 in Prescott, Arizona.

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Obituary notice: Barbara Jean BuccilleBarbara Jean Buccille was born on December 18, 1925 in Bozeman, Montana and died on June 30, 2020 in Prescott Arizona.

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Obituary notice: Maria GrilleaMaria Grillea was born on December 14, 1935 in Oppido Mamertina, Italy and passed away on July 3, 2020 in Mayer, Arizona.

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Obituary notice: Todd Elliott BeardenTodd Elliott Bearden was born on May 17, 1965 in Mesa, Arizona and passed away on June 30, 2020 in Prescott Valley, Arizona.

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Obituary notice: Roointon Erach PavriRoointon Erach Pavri, age 75, of Prescott, Arizona, passed away on July 2, 2020 in Prescott.

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Obituary notice: Harriet Alice HauserHarriet Alice Hauser, age 92, of Prescott, Arizona, passed away on July 1, 2020 in Prescott.

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As Training Camp Nears, Arizona Coyotes Must Take On Playoff MentalityPlayoff hockey is arguably the most electric postseason in all of sports, a grueling four rounds and best-of-seven series that culminate with lifting the Stanley Cup.

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Obituary notice: Andrea Clare SilvaAndrea Clare Silva, age 74, of Chino Valley, Arizona, passed away on June 30, 2020 in Chino Valley.

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Arizona health care changes may go to votersArizona voters could get to decide on some major changes in health care policies and new mandates on hospitals even as the state continues to grapple with COVID-19.

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International students face deportation if they don't take in-person classesAs millions of students prepare to return to college, whether online or in-person, some are having to face some drastic challenges during the pandemic: the possibility of deportation.

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COVID-19 In Arizona: Judge Refuses To Block Ducey Order Closing GymsA Maricopa County judge on Tuesday refused to block Gov. Doug Ducey's order closing gyms across the state, ruling that Mountainside Fitness could not show that the abrupt shutdown order violated the law.

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Exclusive one-on-one with U.S Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Robert WilkieFrom failing to most improved, U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert Wilkie says a lot of changes have been made over the last six years to better operations at the hospitals and clinics that serve our veterans.

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Arizona Is Awash in COVID-19 and Testing Is a 'Shitshow'Two weeks ago, Brett Barry walked into a CVS near his home in Phoenix to get a coronavirus test.

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Set up to fail? What's to blame for unemployment delays?For weeks, the Let Joe Know team has been piecing together just what is happening behind the scenes at the Arizona Department of Economic Security.

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Vacationers on Arizona-Mexico route turned away over holiday weekendFears about possible coronavirus infections from hard-hit Arizona mixed together with local politics south of the U.S.-Mexico border saw American vacationers turned back on the road to the popular resort of Puerto Peñasco over the long July 4 weekend.

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Hobbs alleges Goldwater illegally lobbies at LegislatureArizona Secretary of State Katie Hobbs alleges The Goldwater Institute is illegally lobbying and wants Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate his former employer.

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Arizona's eviction moratorium to end July 23, renters and courts prepare for evictionsRenters and courts are preparing for an uptick in eviction filings due to Gov. Ducey's moratorium ending on July 23.

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Montana parochial scholarship ruling cements Arizona systemPHOENIX — A new U.S. Supreme Court ruling allowing state funds to be used for parochial school scholarships in Montana cements in place a system that has existed here for years, all with the blessing of courts.

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Analyzing new Arizona Wildcats running back commit Montrell Johnson Jr.Gabe Encinas: Arizona really didn't need a running back in this class but they go ahead and get an extremely nice talent out of Louisiana, an area that they have been steadily recruiting now.

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Phoenix police chief asks for FBI review in officer-involved shooting death of James GarciaThe chief of Phoenix police is asking for the FBI's assistance with an independent review of an officer-involved shooting on Saturday that left a man dead.

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Arizona doctor fears closing and reopening trend if COVID-19 spread isn't slowedAn Arizona doctor says the state will be in a limbo of closing and reopening if health officials don't gain a handle on the COVID-19 spread.

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A Few Words from Project Smile AZWe are two brothers have started the initiative called Project Smile AZ. Our goal is to spread smiles and hope to patients who have been fighting COVID-19 all alone in the hospitals and anyone who is in need of a smile!

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See the Arizona businesses, churches and nonprofits that got Paycheck Protection Program loansMore than 11,326 small businesses, large companies, casinos, and nonprofits in Arizona received an estimated $7.08 billion from the federal government's small business lending program intended to provide some reprieve from the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Suspect sketch released in investigation of driver pointing gun at woman at Tempe MarketplaceTempe police officials have released a sketch of a woman who pulled a gun on a patron in the Tempe Marketplace parking lot in June.

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Serious-injury crash closes WB traffic on Grant at ArcadiaThe Tucson Police Department is currently investigating a serious-injury motorcycle crash Tuesday near midtown.

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Nearly half of calls to Phoenix FD now COVID-19 related as dozens of firefighters test positiveA growing sense of urgency not just in Arizona hospitals, but for the country's fifth-largest fire department as nearly 50% of service calls are suspected COVID-19 or COVID-19 positive cases.

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Arizona should close restaurant dining rooms to slow COVID-19 spreadGov. Doug Ducey should close restaurant dining rooms or punt to mayors to make the call.

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Health club chain loses challenge to Ducey's executive orderBut Thomason said that, at least at this point, there is not enough evidence to show that Ducey acted illegally in shutting down not just Mountainside Fitness but also other chain and mom-and-pop operations - at least not enough at this point to quash the governor's June 29 executive order.

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Pima County partners with ASU Biodesign Institute to expand on local COVID-19 testingThe Pima County Health Department has partnered with Arizona State University.

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More positive tests, canceled workouts add to MLB uneaseLast week, MLB and the MLBPA jointly announced on Friday that 31 players tested positive for COVID-19 amid the first round of tests as players resume training ahead of this year's shortened season.

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Helicopter helping to fight wildfire near Payson crashesAuthorities say a helicopter helping to fight a wildfire near Payson has crashed under unknown circumstances.

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Arizona man accused of plotting to kill wife with fentanylDallas Anthony Michaels face charges of conspiracy to commit murder and solicitation to possess narcotics.

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Tucson mayor says Arizona coronavirus patients may have to be sent to other states for ICU careThe coronavirus pandemic has brought countries to a standstill. In many places, as countries reopen, Covid-19 cases are on the rise.

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Hospitalizations up in Arizona, Texas, Florida as US nears 3 million COVID-19 casesHospital and ICU beds in Arizona, Texas, and Florida are filling at an alarming rate.

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COVID-19 in Arizona: Judge refuses to block Ducey order closing gymsA Maricopa County judge on Tuesday refused to block Gov. Doug Ducey's order closing gyms across the state, ruling that Mountainside Fitness could not show that the abrupt shutdown order violated the law.

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Virus fears, regional spats snarl Arizona-Mexico routeFears about possible coronavirus infections from hard-hit Arizona mixed together with local politics south of the U.S.-Mexico border saw American vacationers turned back on the road to the popular resort of Puerto Peñasco over the long July 4 weekend.

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