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Navajo Nation requiring workers to get a full dose of the COVID-19 vaccine

The mandate says employees from a variety of departements be fully vaccinated by late September.

UA welcomes largest incoming class yet

Monday is the first day of the semester from UA students and with it comes a few record breaking statistics.

Marana school district requires masks

Growing number of schools in Pima County requiring masks on campus.

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

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

Mexico’s president admits protections for journalists ineffective after recent murder

A journalist was gunned down Thursday in the Mexican state of Veracruz.

U.S. court will hear Mexican lawsuit against gun manufacturers

The Mexican government claims the practices of several U.S. gunmakers have allowed the illegal flow of weapons to drug cartels.

Tucson vaccination mandate upheld by county judge

Police officers association argued the new policy is against state law and that Tucson violated its contract with the union.

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.

Super-thin panels could change solar industry

UA researcher exploring impact of panels made from perovskite.

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.

Banner ICUs filling, but not with COVID patients

Patients who waited through the pandemic are finally going to the hospital.

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.

Mexican official: Border restrictions unlikely to ease over ‘short term’

Foreign secretary throws cold water on the prospect of northbound border crossing restrictions easing soon.

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.

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