More Arizona Stories

Arizona reports nearly 3,900 COVID cases as surge continues

The state’s number of virus-related hospitalizations in recent days ranged between 1,900 and 2,000.

After census comes redistricting for battleground state

Independent commission will redraw Arizona's political map.

Arizona surpasses milestone of 1 million COVID-19 cases

Health officials on Friday reported 3,707 additional COVID-19 cases on Friday.

Governor taps new leader for health department; Carmona to serve as advisor

Dr. Cara Christ, face of state's pandemic response, will step down Aug. 27.

The Rogue Theatre presents "A White Heron".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The Bisbee Bloomers' annual garden tour returns; and remembering drumming legend Charlie Watts.

Arizona reports 3,234 new COVID cases, 10 deaths

The state's seven-day rolling average of daily new cases rose over the past two weeks.

Federal judge says Customs and Border Protection broke environmental law

Lawsuit accused the agency of failing to assess how ramped up border enforcement would impact the borderlands and endangered species that live there.

Arizona COVID-19 cases remain above 3,000 per day

Health officials reported 3,307 new cases on Sunday and three new deaths.

Arizona reports 3,109 new COVID-19 cases, 53 deaths

Head of county health department says rising case numbers, especially among young people, are troubling.

Border by numbers: all Border Patrol sectors aren't equal

Data show who crosses the border depends on location.

Arizona county seeks reimbursement for new voting machines

Maricopa County demands state Senate pay $2.8M to cover the costs of replacing vote-counting machines used in Legislature's election review.

Arizona Supreme Court won’t block new tax on high-earners

The state’s voters approved the tax as part of Prop. 208 in November.

Legal settlement is a win for Pascua Yaqui voting rights.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Understanding Lewy Body Dementia; and remembering NPR broadcaster Neal Conan through his love of comic books.

Education secretary warns Arizona over mask law

Secretary says blocking school districts from requiring masks may violate the terms of federal funding.

Tucson police union challenges city’s vaccine requirement

The Tucson Police Officers Association alleges the policy breaches its labor contract.

Arizona initiative would require ID with mail ballots

Conservative groups and Republican lawmakers say they will ask voters to approve a voter-identification requirement for mail-in ballots.

Selected Archive Filters

Arizona
Arizona Public Media is a service of the University of Arizona and our broadcast stations are licensed to the Arizona Board of Regents who hold the trademarks for Arizona Public Media and AZPM. We respectfully acknowledge the University of Arizona is on the land and territories of Indigenous peoples.
The University of Arizona