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$36M going to select utility companies for temporary assistance

The pilot program includes Tucson Electric Power and Southwest Gas, but the Arizona Department of Economic Security it intends to take it statewide.

Mexico expresses concerns about possible reinstatement of Remain in Mexico program

The Biden administration is preparing to restart a program known as “Remain in Mexico” after a federal judge ordered its reinstatement.

University of Arizona engineering students demonstrate solar cooking skills

Over five hundred freshman tested home-made solar ovens on the mall.

U.S. will lift border travel restrictions on Nov. 8 for fully vaccinated visitors

Those traveling for essential reasons — including truck drivers, people crossing to go to school or work or for medical reasons — will have until January to become fully vaccinated.

Arizona Senate's election review records again ruled public

A judge has ruled in favor of the release of communications between leaders in the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate and private contractors.

Ahead of hearing on Oak Flat, a 'spiritual convoy' travels to court

The nonprofit Apache Stronghold is traveling to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in California to try and block copper mining at the Apache sacred site.

University of Arizona employees must be vaccinated by Dec. 8, president says

ASU, NAU will also require vaccination, citing new policies for federal contractors.

Arizona reports more than 2,300 new COVID-19 cases, six additional deaths

The state’s COVID-19 hospitalizations have plateaued between 1,700 and 1,800 in recent weeks

Brnovich, other state AGs urge court to let Texas abortion law stand

Republican state attorneys general from Indiana, Florida, Oklahoma and elsewhere say the Biden administration overstepped by bringing a lawsuit against Texas.

Corporation Commissioner Justin Olson running for U.S. Senate

Olson is the fifth candidate in what is turning into a crowded Republican primary for the party’s nomination.

Mexico businesses, residents breathe sigh of relief with impending end of crossing restrictions

Arizona border businesses that depend on Mexican shoppers are breathing a sigh of relief with the impending loosening of restrictions on so-called “nonessential” trips.

University of Arizona researchers search for meaning behind idle thoughts

The study's results might help physicians diagnose and treat mental illness.

Arizona virus hospitalizations remain on plateau below 1,800

Only about 8% of intensive care unit beds were available across the state on Tuesday.

Kelly open to income limits for new social programs

Senator says he can "see the value" in limiting eligibility for some programs as lawmakers argue for income limits in Biden administration's Build Back Better plan.

Biden administration ends workplace ICE agency raids

The administration will instead focus on targeting employers who exploit workers and pay below standard.

U.S. to reopen land borders in November for fully vaccinated

All international visitors will need to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

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