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180 city workers still not fully vaccinated

City prepares to terminate non-compliant employees.

In Jupiter's swirling Great Red Spot, NASA spacecraft finds hidden depths

Jupiter is well-known for being the biggest planet in our solar system, and it's also home to the biggest storm.

Arizona reports 3,118 new COVID-19 cases, 77 more deaths

Since the start of the pandemic, Arizona has now seen 1,195,483 cases and 21,486 deaths.

As crossing restrictions are lifted, Arizona border communities begin to reconnect

For the first time in nearly 20 months, visitors on non-essential trips started crossing into the United States along the border with Mexico on Monday.

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Tucson votes down proposal to raise pay for mayor, council

A final tally shows turnout in the election was around 32%.

Navajo organization received grant to increase COVID-19 vaccinations within the Navajo Nation

The $30,000 grant is one of 13 IllumiNative, an organization focused on deconstructing Indigenous stereotypes, awarded to bolster vaccination efforts.

What does Arizona get out of the infrastructure bill?

State is in line to get billions for highways, broadband and more.

Arizona reports 2,657 new COVID-19 cases but no new deaths

As of Sunday, 1,943 COVID-19 patients occupying hospital beds — the most since Sept. 20.

Sonora governor asks travelers make only ‘essential’ trips as border restrictions lift

The state’s governor is advising those who can to wait a little longer.

Arizona reports 3,000-plus COVID cases for 4th day in a row

As of Friday, 1,904 COVID-19 patients occupied hospital inpatient beds — the most since September.

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