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Justices asked to let Arizona enforce ban on some abortions

The request from Attorney General Mark Brnovich comes as the high court is weighing rolling back abortion rights nationwide.

Arizona reports 3,775 additional COVID cases, 74 more deaths

Hospitalizations remain at near peak level.

Arizona reports 3,924 additional COVID cases, 93 more deaths

The rolling average of cases and deaths continues to rise.

Arizona hospitals strained by COVID

Hospital crowding in Arizona reaches pandemic high

Local tribes have expanded access to COVID-19 vaccine cash incentive programs

The Tohono O'odham Nation and Pascua Yaqui Tribe are offering $400 and $100, respectively, to tribal members who prove they're fully vaccinated.

Arizona reports 3,655 additional COVID cases

The state also added 47 deaths.

Arizona reports 3,322 more COVID cases; hospitalizations dip

Health officials fear surge after Thanksgiving travel.

Juul will pay $14.5 million to settle lawsuit with Arizona

AG said marketing practices "eerily similar" to old tactics of the tobacco industry.

Bisbee hospital in crisis care

COVID has forced the hospital into crisis standards of care.

University of Arizona research shows disparity in breast cancer treatments for Indigenous women

The data shows more Indigenous women get mastectomies versus lumpectomies than non-Native women.

Pima County recommends boosters for every eligible person over 18

Health officials cite increased COVID-19 transmission rates within the county.

Blood donations in southern Arizona remain low heading into the holidays

Medical experts worry the shortage could cause a slowdown in patient care

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.

Pima County orders COVID-19 vaccines for children

Federal officials are moving towards approving the vaccine for children ages 5 to 11.

It’s been nearly a year. Why aren’t more Arizonans vaccinated?

This week, The Buzz revisits the rollout of vaccinations in Arizona, boosters and the barriers that stand between the state's residents and getting the shot — or the second and third.

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