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Judge refuses to block new Arizona sports betting law

Monday evening's decision means sports betting can start Thursday barring a successful appeal.

Arizona interest in anti-mask school vouchers outpaces funds

Gov. Doug Ducey's plan will give $7,000 a year to each student to pay for private school tuition.

Arizona reports 2,378 COVID-19 cases, 1 addition death

Fifty-six percent of people in have been vaccinated for the virus.

Arizona reports more than 3,000 new COVID cases for 4th day in row

The number of ICU beds used by COVID-19 patients increased by two to 563. That’s the most since mid-February.

Arizona on pace of reporting over 3,000 virus cases per day

The state reported 3,424 additional cases and 38 virus-related deaths on Saturday.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife rejects Rosemont Copper petition to shrink critical jaguar habitat

Canadian mining company Hudbay Minerals sought to deem a portion of the Santa Rita range no longer essential for jaguars.

Kelly says better plan needed for Afghanistan withdrawal

The Arizona senator said things moved more quickly than expected.

As Biden's resettlement plan begins, Arizona aid groups prepare to welcome Afghan families

It's been almost a week since Gov. Doug Ducey announced the first group of Afghan evacuees had arrived in the state.

Banner UMC opens new exam site for survivors of sexual violence

The new site increases access to forensic exam sites, which were previously only available at Tucson Medical Center.

1 arrest after men confront school principal over COVID-19 mandates

School officials say several men threatened to make a citizen’s arrest of a Vail Unified School District principal while at least one brandished cable ties.

Atifa Rawan on Afghanistan

Atifa Rawan, an Afghan American and UA Library Sciences professor emerita, shares insight on her upbringing in Afghanistan and her most recent work in the region.

What does the US withdrawal from Afghanistan mean for the Middle East?

Daniel Rothenberg, ASU professor of practice in School of Politics and Global Studies and Co-Director of the Center on the Future of War, talks to Arizona 360.

How the child tax credit is impacting Arizonans

Georgina Monsalvo, the Arizona Organizing Director for Stand for Children Arizona, talks to Arizona 360 about the program.

Building through a pandemic

Habitat for Humanity, a longtime organization dedicated to supporting families in Arizona, has continued to meet housing needs despite the pandemic.

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