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Arizona reports over 70 more COVID deaths 2nd day in a row

The number of COVID-19 hospitalizations remained below 2,000 for the fifth straight day.

Frank Pratt, longtime Arizona GOP lawmaker, dies at 79

Governor orders flags at state buildings lowered to half-staff on Wednesday to honor lawmaker from Casa Grande.

Arizona reports dip in new virus cases; pace of deaths rises

Data showed the seven-day rolling average of daily deaths rising during the past two weeks from 35.5 on Sept. 5 to 46.6 on Sunday.

Arizona reports 2,020 new COVID-19 cases but no new deaths

More live music venues around the state are requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.

Arizona reports over 100 virus deaths amid signs of slowing

Arizona has reported a total of 1.06 million confirmed cases and 19,487 confirmed deaths since the start of the pandemic.

Lawyer: Arizona Senate's 2020 election review out next week

Comments came during hearing on lawsuit over records from Senate's election review.

Arizona Supreme Court allows release of Senate records from election review

The watchdog group American Oversight sued in an effort to bring more transparency to the so-called election audit.

Audit: Arizona database flaws may put public safety at risk

State auditors are casting a critical eye at the Arizona database used for conducting background checks.

Arizona again reports over 3,000 additional COVID-19 cases

The additional 3,355 cases and 36 deaths increased the state’s pandemic totals to nearly 1,046,000 cases and nearly 19,200.

Arizona reports 2,988 additional COVID cases, 6 more deaths

Friday was the fifth straight day that the state reported fewer than 3,000 additional cases.

Ducey: Arizona must push back against Biden vaccine mandate

Ducey has encouraged people to get vaccinated but has worked aggressively to block mandates of all kinds.

Arizona virus-related hospitalizations top 2K over 10 days

The state’s seven-day rolling averages of daily new cases and daily deaths both rose over past two weeks.

Company to close pecan harvesting plant in southern Arizona

Farmers Investment Co. said processing pecans at the Sahuarita plant wasn't sustainable due to tariffs, low-cost competition from Mexican processors and financial impacts of COVID-19.

Sports betting to start in Arizona in time for NFL season

Betting will be allowed starting Thursday online and at locations in the Phoenix area.

State Rep. Roberts abruptly announces resignation

The Republican from Maricopa filed to run for reelection just two weeks ago.

Judge refuses to block new Arizona sports betting law

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

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