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Arizona weekly unemployment continues to fall

A major unemployment program is closing down.

Arizona to receive fewer vaccine doses than expected next week, health department says

The state will receive about 30,000 fewer Pfizer COVID-19 vaccines than expected for the week of Dec. 20.

COVID-19 vaccine came quickly, but not at the expense of safety, expert says

A conversation with Deepta Bhattacharya, an immunobiologist at the University of Arizona.

Building confidence through mind and body, with psychologist Susan Miner.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Meet two volunteers - one in Tucson, one in Moscow - who participated in clinical trials for coronavirus vaccines; and Stories That Soar presents "My Mom and Me".

Pharmacies will help vaccinate long-term care residents

The government is partnering with the private sector.

State election fraud email gets hundreds of responses

Most of the emails chastised Republicans for not accepting election outcome

AZ Senate issues subpoenas to Maricopa County

The legislative subpoenas require a forensic audit of election equipment.

Pima County switches to mandatory curfew

Voluntary curfew was not working, according to supervisors.

State unveils draft legislation to create surface water protections

The process comes after the Trump administration's rollback of Clean Water Act protections.

Tucson nurse describes staff shortages, anti-mask sentiment amid COVID-19 surge

As cases are surging across Arizona, progressive care nurse pleads with the public to stay safe.

Arizona legislators hold election hearing

The Senate Judiciary Committee met for to learn about the general election.

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