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Navajo doctor named Indian Health Service's chief medical officer

For the last several years, Dr. Loretta Christensen been one of IHS' leaders in the Navajo Nation.

Tenants' struggles are high rent, aid slowdown

Federal freeze on most evictions scheduled to expire Saturday

Arizona DACA recipient headed for the Olympics

Northern Arizona University track star Luis Grijalva came from Guatemala when he was 1-year-old

Tucson Police resume active killer trainings after pandemic pause

Plus, Arizona Daily Star reporter Caitlin Schmidt discusses the events that led up to a mass shooting on July 18.

TUSD's COVID mitigation, active shooter training, record rainfall

Plus, how to encourage mask wearing among children.

Arizona reports 1,965 new COVID-19 cases, 24 deaths

Number of new cases is most reported in a single day since March

COVID-19 top cause of death in Sonora in 2020

Virus was the cause of more than 6,000 deaths in the state

Study: Arizona didn't see exodus of teachers during pandemic

Fewer teachers in district schools, more at charter and online schools

July was wettest on record for Tucson

Drought persists but recent rain has impact across Arizona

Trump supporters raise $5.7M for Arizona election audit

The money from pro-Trump groups dwarfs the $150,000 contributed by the Arizona Senate

Mayor says masks will be required in Tucson city buildings

Romero cites new guidance from CDC amid growing caseload

Leaders push for Phoenix-Tucson train service

Amtrak route is part of infrastructure proposal.

Top Arizona health official stepping down

Dr. Cara Christ, public face of state's pandemic response, leaving Dept. of Health Services

Health officials urge vaccinated in some areas to mask up again

New CDC guidelines apply to Pima County, most of Arizona

Political spotlight pushes Arizona voters into independents

The number of people who do not prefer either major party is growing.

Newly introduced bill aims to increase access to clean water in tribal lands

If passed, the bill could provide billions across a variety of federal programs to improve water infrastructure and operation.

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