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Rabbits at risk from deadly virus

PACC lost 15 animals to the RHDV2 virus.

Arizona House votes to ban abortion after 15 weeks

Senate Bill 1164 heads to Gov. Ducey's desk for his signature or veto.

The drivers of the Women's Formula 1 racing circuit test their speed & skill in the Sonoran Desert.

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University of Arizona drops mask requirement for most people

But Robbins urges campus community to show compassion to vulnerable people.

Indian Health Service head nominated amid tough challenges

Roselyn Tso most recently served as director of the health service's Navajo region.

First Lady Jill Biden promotes cancer moonshot in visit to Southern Arizona

Biden administration aiming to cut the cancer death rate in half over the next 25 years.

COVID transmission rates drop in southern Arizona

The CDC has lowered the transmission level in most of the state.

Arizona health agency reduces frequency of pandemic updates

The state announced it would switch to weekly updates because the outbreak is slowing and to be consistent with other infectious disease that are reported.

Most of Southern Arizona still must wear masks

The CDC has changed the guidance for when people need to wear masks.

Robbins urges students to test before, after Spring break

COVID-19 cases fall to new lows on campus.

Arizona will stop daily COVID updates

State health officials will soon go from releasing new COVID-19 statistics every day to every week.

University of Arizona-backed research is finding the source for feelings of hunger

The part of the inner brain that produces sensations of hunger and fullness is familiar to neuroscientists.

Arizona hospitals still crowded despite fewer COVID patients

COVID-19 patients still account for about 70% of emergency room usage.

Two years into the COVID-19 pandemic

This week, The Buzz examines what researchers and others in Arizona have learned in the years since the first cases emerged.

Medical team going to Sierra Vista to battle COVID-19 surge

Arizona authorities requested the federal help to respond to a rise of COVID-19 hospitalizations in the Sierra Vista area.

Arizona gets mixed grades on tobacco policy

American Lung Association gives state an F for tobacco taxes, regulating flavored products and funding prevention programs.

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