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News roundup: County enters next vaccine phase, health officials push for more COVID safety measures
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Jan. 14.
Pima County moves to Prioritized 1B for COVID-19 vaccines
More than 20,000 people signed up in a couple hours today.
Arizona to open 2nd state-run COVID-19 vaccination site
New vaccine eligibility coming next week for additional older Arizona residents
Gov. Ducey to attend Biden inauguration
Governor calls president-elect 'a good man who wants to serve his country.'
Pima County readies COVID-19 vaccine expansion
The county is preparing four additional vaccine sites.
Possibility of COVID-19 triage care looms over Arizona hospitals
Physicians believe at least 1 in 10 people in Arizona is infected with the virus
Arizona redistricting commission to hold its first meeting
Swearing in will take place tomorrow
Judge: Arizona Senate, Maricopa County need to settle fight over election data
GOP-led senate had asked for the court to compel compliance from the county
News roundup: AZ hospitals consider triage, land swap of Oak Flat approaches
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Jan. 13.
Trump administration faces lawsuit to stop land transfer of Indigenous religious site to mining company
The lawsuit says the destruction of Oak Flat violates the Apaches' right to religious freedom.
Arizona reports 5,269 additional COVID-19 cases, 191 deaths
Arizona had the worst state COVID-19 diagnosis rate over the past week
New letter asks Mexican officials to help stop border wall construction
As Trump visits the border for the last time in his presidency, groups say they want Mexico to stand against more wall.
Land swap of Oak Flat due to start Friday
The transfer is opposed by San Carlos Apache tribal members who do not want it become a copper mine.
News roundup: Tucson nurses fight for better conditions, daily death toll again breaks record
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, Jan. 12.
Racist slurs interrupt online funeral for Arizona civil rights icon
Memorial service for civil rights and city leader Calvin Coolidge Goode disrupted
Arizona sets virus deaths record, hospitalizations top 5,000
Virus surge shows no signs of slowing
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