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Tohono O'odham Nation rolling out vaccine incentive program

The nation is offering qualified tribal members $400 if they can prove they're fully vaccinated by mid-November.

Arizona reports 2,609 new COVID-19 cases, 117 deaths

Number of new deaths is the most in a single day since February.

Sonora's new governor slams predecessors, promises major changes

Alfonso Durazo was sworn into office Monday.

Episode 294: New research links COVID-19 to Arizona rattlesnakes

Resarchers are testing a connection between an enzyme similar to rattlesnake venom and deadly cases of COVID-19.

Downtown Tucson gets boost for TV and film projects

The Rio Nuevo District board said it wants to encourage more major TV and film production downtown.

Housing services organizations struggle to keep up with extraordinary demand

Organizations in Tucson are working to keep up with higher demand for services, while the pandemic prevents them from fundraising in person as often as before. They say the eviction moratorium will likely add to the strain.

University of Arizona offering take home COVID-19 tests

More than half of campus is vaccinated against COVID-19.

Statewide emergency rental assistance lags while Pima County outperforms most of the country

A D.C. nonprofit found the state of Arizona has distributed less than 10% of its federal funds, while Pima County is closing in on 80%.

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Audit: Arizona database flaws may put public safety at risk

State auditors are casting a critical eye at the Arizona database used for conducting background checks.

Arizona again reports over 3,000 additional COVID-19 cases

The additional 3,355 cases and 36 deaths increased the state’s pandemic totals to nearly 1,046,000 cases and nearly 19,200.

ICE detention center response to COVID-19 a look at future pandemic handling

The Office of Inspector General found ICE detention centers weren’t following guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Monsoon season's toll on Southern Arizona roads

Following months of monsoon activity, roadways throughout the region are undergoing repair.

AZPM Celebrates Hispanic and Latin heritage during Mes de la Cultura with special programming

Premieres Include AMERICAN MASTERS “Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It,” LA FRONTERA WITH PATI JINICH, New Episodes of POV and VOCES, and The 34TH HISPANIC HERITAGE AWARDS

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