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150K Powerball ticket sold in Oro ValleyAccording to Arizona State Lottery officials, the winning ticket was sold at Circle K at 10410 N.

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Arizona logs 501 new coronavirus cases, 26 more deathsConfirmed cases went up to 17, 763, with 501 new cases. The data includes people who have recovered.

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Martha McSally is facing another double-digit disaster in ArizonaAlarm bells should be ringing wildly inside the Martha McSally's campaign HQ. Either that, or a funeral dirge.

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Arizona auto dealers see demand as they work to counter virusArizona auto dealers focus on cleanliness - and some vehicles are flying off the lots.

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Beaver Football Classics Features 2019 Win over Arizona StateOregon State University Athletics, in conjunction with Beaver Sports Properties, is excited to announce the fourth installment of the "Beaver Football Classics"

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Registration for "5 Slides: Responding to COVID-19 in Arizona″ is now open!State of Reform was proud to announce recently the launch of our new video series titled "5 Slides We're Discussing," where attendees will have the opportunity to hear from policymakers, health care executives, and the people driving decisions in health care today.

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Arizona's pro, college sports world reopening, an inch at a timeCars approach the starting line in front of empty grandstands to start Sunday's NASCAR Cup Series race at Darlington Raceway.

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CVS adds more COVID-19 testing locations in ArizonaBuilding on the company's comprehensive efforts to help slow the spread of the virus, CVS Health has expanded its COVID-19 testing program by announcing nine additional test sites at select CVS Pharmacy drive-thru locations across Arizona.

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Arizona high school, youth sports to proceed cautiously as they returnPath back to playing fields for Arizona high school, youth sports starts with baby steps.

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Arizona's K-12 students will return to schools rebuilt by the coronavirusWhen Arizona students return to school, it will likely be a very different experience from what they knew before the coronavirus.

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Arizona governor to present 'good news' on state virus fightThe governor offered a preview of the trends on Wednesday.

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Arizona staycation 2020: 5 tips if you're booking a hotel or resortMake sure to stay up to date with the latest travel advisories from the Arizona Health Department and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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The Family of George Floyd deserves JusticeThe tragic unnecessary death of George Floyd is the latest in a long line of police brutality injustices against African Americans.

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Caduceus Cellars 2017 "Judith" Orange MalvasiaWinery: Caduceus Cellars Vintage: 2017 Wine Name/Vineyard: Judith Wine Category: Orange Malvasia Grape blend: 100% Malvasia Bianca Bottle size: 750 ml Region: Jerome State or country: Arizona Price: $66.00 ABV: 12.5% Cases produced: N/A The Barrel Cellar Score: 93 points Review date: May 28, 2020 About the Winemaker: Caduceus Cellars' tasting...

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Daily Headlines: McClung Transfers, Arizona Lands Twin International RecruitsArizona took some major players towards replacing their major losses on the international market.

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US Census employees resume Arizona work following coronavirus hiatusU.S. Census deliveries to Arizona households that do not receive mail at their home address have resumed after a two-month halt due to the coronavirus.

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Arizona lawsuit claims Google illegally tracked Android smartphonesUsers had their location tracked without their knowledge through their phones, apps, and Google accounts through "deceptive and unfair practices"

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Arizona AG awards grant money to help human trafficking victimsThe Arizona Attorney General's Office on Wednesday announced it awarded about $275,000 in grant money to local organizations that provide support to human trafficking victims.

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Week 21: 52 Ancestors in 52 WeeksAncestor of the Week: Not an ancestor this week Prompt of the Week: Tombstone While I only live about 85 miles from the town of Tombstone, Ariz.

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5 things to keep in mind if you're booking a 2020 staycation in ArizonaGeorge Floyd's death sparks protests across US: 'No justice, no peace'

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Republic celebrates a brighter Arizona future emerging from pandemicIn a Scottsdale bar, a manager lines up tables with a tape measure, 6 feet apart.

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Abandoned mines a potentially dangerous issue in ArizonaA 17-year-old boy who fell down a mineshaft last week continues to recover, and his rescue has brought attention to the issue of abandoned mines in Arizona.

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Mine rescue brings spotlight to Arizona's abandoned mine problemMany abandoned mines in Arizona have yet to be found by mine inspectors.

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Jason Terry, former NBA star, hired as assistant coach at ArizonaFormer NBA shooting guard Jason Terry has been hired as an assistant coach at his alma mater of Arizona, according to a report from The Athletic.

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Pro Football Focus has the Jalen Thompson as the Arizona Cardinals most underrated playerA fifth round compensatory pick ended up being one of the biggest hits of the past several drafts for Steve Keim.

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Arizona attorney general files lawsuit against Google for location trackingArizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed a lawsuit against Google for what he describes as "deceptive and unfair practices used to obtain users' location data".

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ASU President Michael Crow wants protection against COVID-19 lawsuits when students returnUniversities across the country are struggling to come up with the best course of action on how to allow students to return to campus, and in-person classes.

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Arizona sues Google for tracking users' location even when they turned tracking offArizona Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Google, alleging that the company kept tracking users' location even when they turned tracking off.

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College RecruitingArizona basketball kept adding international players while Georgia football landed a key 2022 commit and Auburn, Oregon and Michigan picked up 2021 commits.

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DPS: Impairment may be factor in wrong-way crash on I-17The Department of Public Safety says impairment may be to blame for a wrong-way crash on Interstate 17 Wednesday night.

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Coronavirus Arizona: COVID-19 pandemic could impact Amtrak serviceDramatic drops in rail passenger travel in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic could force Amtrak to cut back service on both of its cross-country routes through Arizona, a move that could trigger economic hardships in a half dozen small communities in the state.

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Arizona sues Google over 'deceptive' location trackingThe suit alleges Google violated the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act.

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Arizona judge to issue ruling on nursing homes' coronavirus dataA judge presiding over a lawsuit seeking the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths among residents at Arizona's nursing homes says he understands the public's need for disclosing such information but he also sees the state's concerns in withholding the data.

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Arizona Attorney General sues Google for misleading data collection practicesGoogle is facing a lawsuit from the Attorney General's office in Arizona, with the State suggesting it has been collecting personal data deceptively.

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Use of force protesters shut down LA highway following death of George FloydPeople protesting the use of force by law enforcement shut down part of an L.A. highway Wednesday.

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5 Slides: Responding to COVID-19 in ArizonaState of Reform is proud to announce the launch of our new video series titled "5 Slides We're Discussing," where attendees will have the opportunity to hear from policymakers, health care executives, and the people driving decisions in health care today.

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Coronavirus Arizona: Phoenix teens raise money for the Navajo NationFrom left to right: Caroline Purtill, Alex Goldstein, Sierra Goldstein Ben Richardson snd Max Goldstein in front of one of their supply hauls.

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Task force on missing Native Americans resumes sessionsA presidential task force charged with addressing an epidemic of missing and slain Native Americans has resumed listening sessions with tribes.

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Obituary: James C Rogers Sr.Passed away in Prescott, Arizona on May 20, 2020 at the age of 84. James was predeceased by his parents, Hugh C. Rogers and Eula A. Perdue Rogers; wife, Bobbie Sharron Giles Rogers; wife, Peggy J. Coldicutt Rogers and one son, William Lee Rogers.

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Obituary: Juanita Uribe MolinaJuanita Uribe Molina, 88, of Cottonwood, Arizona, passed away on May 18, 2020 in Phoenix, Arizona.

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Fry's at Grant and First closed due to power outageKGUN 9 reached out to the store. They told us they think they'll reopen by 8 p.m.

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Obituary Notice: Herbert Edward WilcoxHerbert Edward Wilcox, age 79, of Ash Fork, Arizona, passed away on May 21, 2020 in Prescott, Arizona.

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Obituary Notice: Boyce Wayne DavisBoyce Wayne Davis, age 87, of Prescott Valley, Arizona, passed away on May 23, 2020 in Prescott Valley.

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Arizona sues Google over 'deceptive' location trackingArizona's attorney general has filed a lawsuit accusing Google of misleading customers into thinking their location isn't being tracked.

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Pima County to host eviction prevention resource fairPima County residents facing eviction can take advantage of an eviction prevention resource fair on Thursday, May 28.

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COVID-19: Will judge order release of long-term care info?A Maricopa County Superior Court judge said he will likely issue a ruling by the end of the week in a lawsuit challenging Arizona's refusal to release the names of long-term care facilities with COVID-19 outbreaks.

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Arizona basketball's hiring of Jason Terry to become official Thursday, per reportIt's no secret that the Arizona Wildcats plan to hire Jason Terry to fill their assistant coaching vacancy, but now we have some clarity as to when the move will be made official.

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Woman is first person with Down syndrome to graduate from Rowan UniversityOnce at Rownan, Rubright's mother, Lin, told Forbes that her daughter didn't have much free time because schoolwork can take significantly longer to complete for those with Down syndrome.

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UArizona reentry task force talks about plans for openingThe clock is ticking for the University of Arizona. They have about three months to prepare to open the campus.

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Jason Terry reportedly accepts assistant coach job with Arizona basketballFormer Arizona Wildcats point guard Jason Terry has accepted an assistant coach position on Sean Miller's staff, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.

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Cities, counties to get $441 million in direct COVID-19 relief fundsArizona cities and counties will get access to nearly $600 million in COVID-19 relief funding, part of the more than $1.8 billion awarded two months ago to Arizona under the federal CARES Act.

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Environmentalists lose bid to halt uranium mine in ArizonaA federal judge has ruled against environmental groups and a tribe in their bid to keep a uranium mine south of the Grand Canyon from operating.

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Arizona sues Google for 'misleading' users by secretly tracking their personal data on smartphonesGoogle has been accused of collecting data on people's whereabouts and their searches even when they disabled these options on their mobile devices.

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Arizona mining company ordered to pay $5 million for arsenic leakAn Arizona mining company has been ordered to pay two separate payments totaling more than $5 million after an arsenic leak went unfixed for years.

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Despite slight dip, Phoenix still ranks high for solar power in citiesPhoenix dipped slightly in a national ranking of solar power capacity, even as the total amount of power generated and the power per person increased from last year, according to a national report released Wednesday.

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Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 27Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: ICE detention, UA, nursing home data.

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Arizona sues Google over claims it illegally tracked location of Android usersArizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich has filed a lawsuit against Google over allegations the company illegally tracked Android users' location without their consent and even when the location tracking features had been manually disabled, according to a report from The Washington Post.

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Electric Co-op Sues To Ensure Access To Power Line Installed In 1950sOn May 4, SSVEC filed a lawsuit against Elquen LLC seeking a formal easement to a narrow strip of land in St. David between the San Pedro River and Apache Powder Road.

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Unloading! Postpartum Mom During QuarantineYou guys! I am SIX WEEKS postpartum and I feel like it was just a couple days ago I was freaking out about having to deliver Baby J by myself due to quickly changing COVID-19 procedures.

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Environmentalists lose bid to halt uranium mine in ArizonaFLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A federal judge has ruled against environmental groups and a tribe in their bid to keep a uranium mine south of the Grand Canyon from operating.

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Arizona Wildcats offer Tucson-area native D'Marco DunnThe Arizona Wildcats' 2020 recruiting class will go down as the most global in school history, with six of the seven commits hailing from outside the U.S. It's still early, but the 2021 class could...

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Arizona local governments get $440 million for coronavirusArizona cities and counties will get $440 million in federal money to help them deal with budget issues stemming from the coronavirus outbreak.

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PAC-12 Oks In-Person Workouts, Tries To Solve Puzzle Of COVID-19 State RulesSumlin is one of two coaches in the Pac-12 who was able to complete several spring practices.

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Trump says he has asked DOJ, FBI to expedite George Floyd death investigationPresident Donald Trump said Wednesday that he has asked the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation to expedite the investigation into the death of George Floyd.

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Customers upset over lack of refund for Chandler 5K race ticketsSince the cancellation, hundreds of customers have been attempting to get a refund from organizers of the The Great Inflatable Race, an event that was supposed to take place at the Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park in March.

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Charges announced in 3 COVID-19 related fraud cases in ArizonaMillions of dollars paid out in false insurance claims. That's what the Department of Justice says has a handful of Arizona business owners facing charges.

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Coachwhip EncountersThis morning we were out walking along a farm road. At 8:30 the sun was already becoming oppressive, and I was thinking, "Oh, now that the ground is getting so dry, there just isn't so much to see on these walks!"

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Evacuations underway for 'Ranch Fire' burning in Yavapai CountyOfficials say the 100-acre fire is burning on OX Ranch. The Yavapai County Sheriff's Office says they have issued a Code Red "Get Ready" to evacuate message to residents in the area.

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Top Arizona health official says to continue avoiding mass gatheringsArizona's top health official said Wednesday that she is still encouraging people to avoid mass gatherings despite recent social media posts that showed crowded venues during Memorial Day weekend.

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NCAA extends college recruiting dead period through July 31While student-athletes will be able to return to campus in June for voluntary workouts, the NCAA a Division I Council Coordination Committee announced Wednesday that it has extended the recruiting dead period through July 31 due to the coronavirus.

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Mexico changes renewable energy rules, citing COVID-19 pandemicNew regulations introduced by the government favor the fossil fuel industry and may stifle the renewable energy market in Mexico, critics say.

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Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane pushes for new safety measures in bars and clubsScottsdale Mayor Jim Lane said Wednesday he's working with owners of bars and clubs in Old Town's Entertainment District after videos and images showed packed spots over Memorial Day weekend.

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Joe Biden shows the Nation how a President should be a Consoler in ChiefWith the nation, unfortunately, crossing the threshold of 100,000 fatalities due to the Coronavirus, Joe Biden delivered a short address to the American People, expressing condolences and attempting to comfort grieving families and friends who have lost loved ones.

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Report: Hurley accused Arizona State AD in booster scandalArizona State men's basketball coach Bobby Hurley sent an email to Ray Anderson last season alleging the Arizona State athletic director minimized sexual harassment allegations by the wives of three athletic staff members against a school booster.

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Charges against Westgate shooting suspect upgradedCharges against the accused Westgate mass shooter now include attempt to commit first degree murder.

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Assessing Arizona basketball's scholarship situation after adding Tubelis twinsWith the addition of Lithuanian twins Azuolas and Tautvilas Tubelis to the 2020-21 roster, the Arizona Wildcats have exceeded their scholarship limit for next season by one.

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Will UArizona Sell the Campus Farm to Make Ends Meet?From an email from local organizer Bonnie Poulos regarding the Campus Farms Neighborhood Association. Reprinted with permission.

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Arizona governor to present 'good news' on state virus fightArizona Gov. Doug Ducey is expected to brief the public Thursday on the state's efforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and he says the news will be good.

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Arizona sues Google over claims it illegally collected location data from smartphone users even after they opted outThe state said Google violated users' privacy by tracking their location even when they had turned the setting off.

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Arizona attorney general sues Google over 'deceptive' location trackingGoogle kept tabs on the whereabouts of its users even if they had turned off location tracking, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich alleged Wednesday.

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Swoon over Full Strawberry Moon and other June sights in Arizona skiesThere is still a good month of decent dark and clear skies in Arizona before the monsoon weather pattern moves into our region.

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Arizona Cardinals' receiving corps ranks mid-level in NFL, per PFFThere are still plenty of questions about the Arizona Cardinals' offensive weaponry after they made DeAndre Hopkins their clear No.

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Judge to mull whether Arizona must reveal nursing home dataA judge is set to hear arguments over whether Arizona must publicly reveal the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths among residents of nursing homes.

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Apple reopens all of its stores in ArizonaApple confirmed Tuesday that it would reopen all six of its retail stores in Arizona this week for in-store service, technology support, and curbside pickup.

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Judge to mull whether Arizona must reveal nursing home dataPHOENIX — A judge was scheduled to hear arguments Wednesday over whether Arizona must publicly reveal the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths among residents of the state's nursing...

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Police: Fort Leavenworth soldier stops active shooter on bridgeLeavenworth Police Chief Pat Kitchens says an active-duty solider at Fort Leavenworth helped stop an active shooter Wednesday on the Centennial Bridge over the Missouri River.

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Pac-12 OKs in-person workouts, tries to solve puzzle of COVID-19 state rulesAlthough the Pac-12 delivered news that suggested an on-time start to the college football season is possible, it must wait to see how the six states that house the conference teams will handle the pandemic.

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Mayor: Officer who put knee on man's neck should be chargedThe mayor of Minneapolis called for charges to be filed against the white police officer who pressed his knee into the neck of a black man during an arrest, even after the man stopped moving.

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Decomposing body of missing Florida woman found in serial rape suspect's carST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. - Authorities in Florida revealed gruesome new details Wednesday in the case of a serial rape suspect arrested last week.

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Documents show dissension between Bobby Hurley, Arizona State AD over booster controversyHurley and his AD are at odds over the handling of harassment allegations tied to a prominent booster.

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Martha McSally and Sylvia Allen to the Unemployed: You do not need anymore HelpThe Arizona Unemployment System, as this writer wrote earlier on May 5, 2020, is "broken and needs to be fixed." Nothing has really changed in the last 22 days.

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Court should support jury verdicts, businesses over trial attorneysAs a conservative Republican who has dedicated my life to public service, I have always appreciated the importance of government partnering with business.

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'Liability protection' does not make legal or economic senseMichael Bryan has addressed in earlier posts the misguided emphasis by the Chamber of Commerce and their Republican allies to give businesses what will essentially result in immunity from legal liability for their actions, or inaction, in protecting their employees or their customers from the spread of the coronavirus.

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PBS to air documentary about Mae West titled 'Dirty Blonde'A documentary about legendary film star Mae West is set to air on PBS in June.

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Let's think about mental health problems and deadly weaponsA gunman opened fire at the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale with a long rifle on May 20.

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Arizona State basketball coach Hurley says AD minimized sex harassmentArizona State men's basketball coach Bobby Hurley last December sent a blistering email to athletics director Ray Anderson, accusing his boss of minimizing allegations that a prominent booster had sexually harassed "multiple wives" of school employees.

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Arizona man with viral obituary to get O.S.H.O beer in his honorThe obituary introduced Jacobs as a Phoenix man who died at 65, "having lived a life that would have sent a lesser man to his grave decades earlier." It ran in The Republic on May 10 and recently went viral, resonating with thousands on Twitter, Reddit and Instagram.

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Experts: Art can be a source of therapy during pandemic, even for those without artistic skillAs the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted our normal lives and led to anxiety and depression, some people are turning to art as a way to heal.

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Coronavirus in Arizona update: 17,262 cases, 831 known deathsArizona cases of COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, now approach 17,300 with 831 known deaths, according to numbers released on Wednesday by the Arizona Department of Health Services.

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Boeing slashes 12,000 jobs as virus seizes travel industryBoeing is cutting more than 12,000 jobs through layoffs and buyouts, with several thousand more jobs expected to be cut over the next few months as the aircraft deals with a downturn in travel caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Fauci says he wears a mask as a sign of respect, adds it's 'the kind of thing you should be doing'Dr. Anthony Fauci said in an interview on Wednesday that he believes that wearing a mask during the coronavirus pandemic is a sign of respect to others.

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Salt River horses face fence, brings controversyAmid conflict over Salt River horses, a controversial fence is finished.

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What the commitments of Azuolas and Tautvilas Tubelis mean for Arizona basketballThe Arizona Wildcats added not one but two more commits to their 2020 class on Wednesday, landing Lithuania twins Azuolas and Tautvilas Tubelis.

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Man says he broke into San Diego bank just so he could heat up his Hot PocketsA man who was arrested on suspicion of breaking into a Chollas View bank early Wednesday morning apparently entered the branch just so he can heat up his Hot Pocket sandwiches.

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New Arizona polling shows tight race for president, big gap for SenateRecent polling of likely Arizona voters showed a tight presidential contest but a big spread in the state's U.S. Senate race, with Republicans trailing in both instances.

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Oro Valley July 4th event canceled, fireworks show still in the worksTo increase visibility, larger shells are being used that will travel farther into the night sky, creating for more "oohs" and "ahhs" around the Oro Valley area.

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Mohave County reports first COVID-19 case in jail systemMohave County officials say they have confirmed the first known case of coronavirus within the county's detention center system.

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Cheez-It Bowl sponsorship leaves Arizona, replaces Camping World BowlThe Cheez-It Bowl in Arizona is no more. The sponsor has decided to head to Orlando for the college football postseason where it will rebrand the Camping World Bowl.

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ASU Alumni Association awards Medallion Scholarship to Arizona high school graduatesThe Medallion Scholarship Program is one of the ASU Alumni Association's signature scholarship initiatives. More than a financial award, the comprehensive program recognizes and develops a tradition of leadership, scholarship and service.

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The Breakdown: A sine die surpriseThe Arizona Capitol Times reporters have returned for this special episode given the circumstances, but hopefully will be back soon to cover the inevitable special session - or sessions - and upcoming election cycle.

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Orphaned bear cubs coming to Bearizona, brand new enclosure plannedBearizona is welcoming three orphaned bear cubs from Montana into its family.

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Players call MLB economic proposal `extremely disappointing'A rookie at the major league minimum would keep about 47% of his original salary this year while multimillionaire stars Mike Trout and Gerrit Cole would lose more than 77% under a sliding-scale proposal by big league teams that players found "extremely disappointing."

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Pompeo tells Congress that Trump administration no longer considers Hong Kong autonomous from ChinaU.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is in Italy at the start of a four-nation tour of Europe as the push to impeach President Donald Trump gains steam at home.

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NASA chief "all in" for Tom Cruise to film on space stationNASA is rolling out the International Space Station's red carpet for Tom Cruise.

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Arizona history May 31Sunday, May 31 On this date in 1910, the Maricopa Reservation was quarantined because of an outbreak of whooping cough and measles.

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Floyd Mayweather Jr pictured partying without a face mask in Arizona nightclubThe images from Old Town Scottsdale this weekend are disturbing,' says mayor Jim Lane.

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LIVE: NASA to send astronauts into space in milestone launchOn Wednesday, for the first time in nine years, American astronauts will lift off from their home soil en route to space — and will do so aboard a privately-funded spacecraft.

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80s cult classic 'Labyrinth' is getting a sequelDirector Scott Derrickson poses for photographers upon arrival at the launch event of the film 'Doctor Strange', at Westminster Abbey in London, Monday, Oct.

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Report: Arizona lands Lithuanian brothers Tautvilas and Azuolas TubelisLithuanian Azuolas Tubelis and his brother Tautvilas have signed with Arizona and head coach Sean Miller, according to a report.

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Lithuanian twins Azuolas and Tautvilas Tubelis commit to Arizona WildcatsThe Arizona Wildcats added two more international commits on Wednesday, landing Lithuanian twins Azuolas and Tautvilas Tubelis, according to ESPN.

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Arizona tourism group launches health certification programThe Arizona Lodging and Tourism Association has launched the AZSAFE + CLEAN Certification program in an effort to build consumer confidence and awareness about the safety and cleanliness of hotels and resorts in response to COVID-19, according to a release.

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Disney World hopes to open some parks on July 11, says it will require masks and temperature checksThe theme park will require employees and guests to wear masks and get temperature checks at park entrances.

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Arizona adds 479 coronavirus cases; death toll up to 831PHOENIX — Arizona reported an additional 24 COVID-19-related deaths on Wednesday. The statewide total is 831.

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ASU Hockey: Defenseman Tanner Hickey joining Sun Devil hockey programArizona State is getting an addition to its defense core in the form of defenseman Tanner Hickey, who committed to the program yesterday.

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COVID-19 in Arizona: The latest number of deaths and casesAs the pandemic affects communities all over the state, a look at how many new cases and deaths are reported by the Arizona Department of Health Services.

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Reopened too soon: the 'COVID Summer' has begunAbove Photo: Visitors crowd the boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland, at the start of the Memorial Day weekend on May 23, 2020.

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Arizona Sports to air classic Cardinals games each weekArizona Sports will re-air classic Arizona Cardinals broadcasts every week through July 1 starting this Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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4 Ways to Make a "City Dog"Four simple speciality dogs you can make at home!

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Biden projects leadership in CNN interview; calls Donald Trump a Fool for Not Wearing Masks and Risking American LivesTo wear a mask or not wear a mask should not even be a question in Joe Biden or anyone else who does not live on Fox Island or the Trump Zone, minds.

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NYC Commission on Human Rights investigating racially-charged Central Park videoAfter Amy Cooper was caught on camera invoking Christian Cooper's race in a false 911 call after a dispute over her dog being off its leash, New York City's Commission on Human Rights is launching an investigation into the incident.

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Burger King debuts 'social distancing crowns' in GermanyBurger King wants its customers to enjoy eating their food safely - hence why they've come up with a smart idea: social distancing crowns.

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Child care groups in Arizona to receive $500,000Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced that $500,000 from the AZ Coronavirus Relief Fund has been allocated to organizations that provide out-of-school child care in the state, according to a release.

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Some public meetings now open in Arizona citiesCities and other local governments around the Valley continue to reopen public facilities following the end of Gov.

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Arizona Senators adjourn without taking up COVID-19 billsPHOENIX — State senators finally pulled the plug Tuesday on the legislative session, leaving unresolved the question of whether businesses should get special protection from COVID-19...

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Floyd Mayweather Jr. parties in Arizona nightclub igniting mayor's furyBoxing great Floyd Mayweather Jr. is in hot water with the mayor of Scottsdale, Arizona, after a video surfaced of him partying at a nightclub over the weekend.

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COVID-19 rages in Arizona care facilities with no real plan to stop itFrom testing to PPEs to data disclosure, Arizona's response to the COVID-19 impact on long-term care residents has been frustratingly underwhelming.

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Look Back: How the top 10 DL recruits fared at ArizonaThe following takes a look at the top ten defensive line recruits in school history and how they performed at Arizona.

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Cartoons, Mesquites, and AcaciasI grew up watching Warner Brothers, Disney, and Max Fleischer cartoons. In general, these cartoons were labors of love, featuring intricately detailed painted backgrounds along with musical accompaniments taken from various classical, light classical, and jazz sources.

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Meeting Arizona Voters: A breakdown of Congressional District 5Earlier this year, "The Gaggle: An Arizona politics podcast," launched a miniseries profiling each congressional district in Arizona.

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LDS church should never use Arizona law to withhold crime reportingAn Arizona Republic article about a man who sexually abused his daughter is troubling for several reasons, including the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' failure to report the case to law enforcement.

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Arizona State's Bobby Hurley at odds with AD over allegationsArizona State basketball coach Bobby Hurley accused athletic director Ray Anderson of "disturbing" actions when dealing with harassment allegations against a prominent athletic booster in a December email.

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How Joe Biden Hopes to Beat Donald Trump in Arizona by Using the Playbook That Took Down Sheriff Joe ArpaioWith Joe Biden looking to expand the electoral map and shock the country by turning Arizona blue for the first time since 1996, his presidential campaign hopes to use the playbook that beat controversial sheriff Joe Arpaio in the state's largest county in 2016.

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Bobby Hurley feuds with Arizona State after wife's sexual harassment claimIn an email exchange, Hurley expressed his displeasure with how Ray Anderson handled the behavior of booster Bart Wear, calling the athletic director's actions "disturbing," Yahoo Sports reported.

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Arizona a toss-up between Biden and Trump: PollPresident Trump is still in the hunt for Arizona's 11 Electoral College votes, despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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PD: Bicyclist hit, killed near 19th Avenue and Bethany Home RoadPolice are investigating a deadly crash involving a bicyclist in Phoenix.

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Arizona Wildcats included in projected 2020 NCAA Baseball Tournament fieldsOh, to what might have been. With a 10-5 record, a massively improved pitching staff and plenty of offensive punch, the Arizona Wildcats were heading into the Pac-12 baseball slate brimming with...

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Arizona coronavirus update: 17,262 confirmed cases, 831 known deaths as of WednesdayArizona cases of COVID-19 now approaches 17,300, with 831 known deaths, according to numbers from the Arizona Department of Health Services on Wednesday.

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Former Arizona health director upset with lack of social distancingThe former director of the Arizona Department of Health Services said Tuesday he was upset seeing photos and videos from Memorial Day weekend that appeared to show a lack of social distancing at some metro Phoenix hot spots.

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Ranking Arizona: Top 10 general contractors for 2020AZ Big Media Ranking Arizona: Top 10 general contractors for 2020 - AZ Big Media.

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Arizona Cardinals' all-time Mount Rushmore: 4 best players in franchise historyWho are the greatest players in Arizona Cardinals franchise history?

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Arizona DPS wants drivers to travel safely as freeways begin to fill upAs Valley freeways return to normal following lighter traffic due to the coronavirus, the Arizona DPS reminding drivers to practice safe driving.

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Arizona launches campaign to reinvigorate state's tourism industryAs the Arizona economy adjusts to the virus outbreak, the Arizona Office of Tourism has launched a campaign aimed at reviving tourism throughout the state.

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Arizona lands commitments from top Lithuanian prospect, twin brotherArizona secured commitments from top international prospect Azuolas Tubelis and his twin brother, Tautvilas, according to ESPN's Jonathan Givony.

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Trio of Montana orphaned grizzly cubs heading to Arizona zooGREAT FALLS, Mont. — A trio of grizzly bear cubs whose mother was killed after attacking a hiker in Montana have a new home at a zoo in Arizona, state and federal wildlife officials...

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Are Arizona, Georgia And Texas Really In Play?Welcome to FiveThirtyEight's weekly politics chat. The transcript below has been lightly edited. sarah : Former Vice Presiden...

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Arizona lands international basketball prospect Azuolas Tubelis, twin brotherAzuolas Tubelis, considered to be the top European prospect in the 2020 class committing to the college route, will head to Arizona along with his twin brother, Tautvilas.

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An Arizona man was arrested after pointing a gun at a DoorDash delivery manChat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds.

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Valley heat relief options scarce amid pandemicAs we approach extreme heat, those who live on the streets or can't afford to turn the air conditioning on are finding out they don't have as many places to escape to this summer.

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Rees: Arizona needs funding for infrastructureFunding for infrastructure in Arizona has diminished significantly directly due to the COVID-19 crisis. The pandemic requires an injection of federal funds to help stabilize state and local economies and backstop infrastructure budgets that have been severely impacted.

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Arizona Is the State with the 6th Worst Health Infrastructure for Coronavirus"States can improve their health infrastructure in response to coronavirus by planning for a second wave and by taking matters into their own hands when it comes to providing adequate equipment for healthcare workers and widespread testing for citizens," said Jill Gonzalez, WalletHub analyst.

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We're Open Arizona: Philly Pretzel Factory reopens in GoodyearProfessional sports may not be back in Arizona , but that does not mean you can't get a piping hot pretzel to curb those cravings.

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Arizona Cardinals RB Kenyan Drake extremely confident in teamFormer Alabama star Kenyan Drake is putting the rest of the NFC on notice ahead of the 2020 season.

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"It Is A Sad Day," "Even Quicker Than Expected," Lawmakers React To Sine DieOn Tuesday, minutes after three of his fellow Republicans joined the Democrats to end the 2020 Legislative Session, dashing hopes to pass protections for Arizona's small businesses, retiring Sen.

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COVID-19 Can't Stop Muslims From Celebrating EidAt the Tempe mosque, Imam Omar Tawil estimated that 250 to 300 cars circled the center Sunday morning, honking as they drove by in cars adorned with balloons and windows painted with sayings like "Eid Mubarak" and "CovEID."

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Bagdad Hillside Mining Company Must Pay Over $5 Million For Arsenic LeakA Maricopa County Judge has ordered the owner of Hillside Mine, Bagdad Hillside, LLC, to pay $2,375,211.74 in restitution for the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality's assessment and remediation of environmental damage to Boulder Creek in Yavapai County.

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Tribe Aims To Improve Dental Health By Bringing Smiles To The Dental VisitWhile 36% of kindergartners in the U.S. experienced tooth decay, according to the 2016 edition of the First Things First's Children's Oral Health Report, the average in Arizona was 52%, and among Native children it was even higher.

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Arizona mining company ordered to pay $2.3M for arsenic leakState prosecutors said the Hillside Mine's owner was convicted of three felony violations of the Arizona Pollution Discharge Elimination System in 2018 and ordered to pay fines and surcharges totaling over $2.7 million.

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As Holiday Crowds Packed Tourist Spots, Fears Rose Of COVID-19 SpreadArizona tourist sites were flooded over the Memorial Day weekend with visitors.

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DPS: Pedestrian struck, killed on Interstate 10Department of Public Safety officials say the woman was crossing westbound 1-10 when she was hit by two vehicles passing by.

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20 Things You Didn't Know About Raising ArizonaChild actors can be a nightmare for filmmakers, especially babies. With all sorts of child labour laws restricting how many hours a child can work, making a film that so heavily relied on babies being in shot required a lot of hirings, with the presence of quintuplets making it even more difficult.

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Mesa Public Schools weighing three options for reopening schools in AugustThe state is set to release its recommendations for reopening schools June 1 but districts are not waiting to come up with their contingency plans.

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What's the history behind 100-year-old shipwreck found on the Great Salt Lake?A storm over the weekend with over 50 mile-per-hour wind speeds helped uncover a shipwreck along the Great Salt Lake shoreline.

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Senators return to Arizona capitol to consider bills passed by the houseWe also expect a decision to be made on whether the senate will consider a bill that would protect businesses from lawsuits if customers or employees get sick with COVID-19.

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Arizona Senate adjourns without taking up coronavirus billsThe Arizona Senate abruptly adjourned for the year Tuesday, leaving for an expected special session legislation protecting businesses from liability lawsuits if their employees or patrons contract the coronavirus.

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Trump, Biden engage in political debate over masksWhile leading health officials agree that wearing a mask can protect others from being infected by the coronavirus, President Donald Trump and his likely Democratic rival Joe Biden are now actively engaged in a political debate over mask wearing.

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PCSD searching for missing vulnerable adultThe Pima County Sheriff's Department is looking for vulnerable, missing, 57-year-old man.

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Mesa PD: Impairment suspected in fatal crash near Greenfield Road and Loop 202Police say one of the occupants was able to free himself, but the other three had to be extricated by firefighters.

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Arizona senators pull plug on session; leave COVID bills on tableState senators finally pulled the plug Tuesday, May 26, on the legislative session, leaving unresolved the question of whether businesses should get special protection from COVID-19 lawsuits.

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Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane: Lack of distancing in Old Town Scottsdale 'disturbing'Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane says images of crowding at several bars and clubs in Old Town Scottsdale over the holiday weekend is "disturbing" and says it shows a lack of common sense and responsibility.

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Estimated 17% of Arizona workforce without jobs; 601,518 have filed for unemploymentAnother 24,723 Arizonans filed first-time claims for unemployment benefits this past week.

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Spring in Cave Creek Canyon, Portal, AZThe several weeks since my last blog post have flown by! Since it has been awhile, I have quite a few photos to share.

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Tucson Celtic Festival canceled because of COVID-19 pandemicAccording to the announcement made Tuesday by the TFCA Board of Directors, the decision was made after speaking with Pima County Officials, as well as parties involved with the festival including advertisers, sponsors and volunteers.

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CDC: Some coronavirus antibodies tests only half accurateThe CDC said that a positive test should not be used at this time to determine if an individual is immune.

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Strip clubs allowed to operate in Tucson"People are happy to get out of their homes and be part of our society," said Christie's Cabaret General Manager Bill Martin.

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Family holds vigil for Ahwatukee man fatally shot by policeFamily and friends are holding a vigil Tuesday night for 40-year-old Ryan Whitaker as they question Phoenix police actions leading up to his death.

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Tempe School Board Candidate Quits Race After Homophobic AccusationA trash-talking, right-wing Arizona school-board candidate quits his campaign after falsely accusing a local man of being the suspect in a local shopping center shooting.

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Agent alert: Arizona Tourism unveils training webinarsIn a bid to promote Arizona in the post-pandemic times, Arizona Office of Tourism has launched a series of new UK agent training webinars.

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COVID-19 can't stop Muslims from celebrating EidFaced with the challenge of balancing one of the holiest days of the with safety concerns sparked by COVID-19, Arizona Muslims came up with some novel ways to observe Eid al-Fitr, from parading in their cars to praying in masks on prayer rugs that were 6 feet apart.

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As holiday crowds packed tourist spots, fears rose of COVID-19 spreadMemorial Day weekend crowds that one official said were "off the charts" at Arizona vacation spots have health experts worried that tourist behavior could lead to an increase of COVID-19 of cases.

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Arizona nursing homes to receive influx of PPE from FEMAArizona nursing homes are about to receive the first phase of personal protective equipment delivery from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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Mother-daughter business owners giving back to the communityBrightening up someone's day with flowers is a livelihood for a Paradise Valley mother-daughter duo.

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US closes probes into 3 senators over their stock tradesThat's according to people familiar with the notifications. The senators came under scrutiny for transactions made in the weeks before the coronavirus sent markets downhill.

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Mesa prepares plans for Federal Cares Act moneyThe coronavirus has taken a costly toll across the state. But federal funds as part of the Cares Act are now making their way to some of the hardest hit in our community.

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Judicial Assistant Arrested In Ongoing Dispute With Bisbee NeighborLynelle Gae was cited May 22 by Bisbee Police Officer Tim Defoor on misdemeanor charges of criminal damage, criminal loitering, and public nuisance.

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Arizona Wildcats offer 2021 3-star point guard Angelo BrizziIf you are one of those people who hopes the Arizona Wildcats stop recruiting five-star prospects and start focusing on three - and four-star recruits, you are going to like this.

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Arizona mining company ordered to pay $2.3M for arsenic leakPHOENIX — A judge has ordered the owner of a north-central Arizona mine to pay nearly $2.4 million restitution for an arsenic leak, state prosecutors said Tuesday.

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Arizona leaders release FEMA model that predicts COVID-19 cases, deathsWeeks after learning there is a federal Arizona-specific model, Arizona's top public health official released the model in an online blog post on Tuesday.

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Arizona coronavirus news in brief, May 26Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona: Pima County restaurants, Navajo Nation peak, and more.

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The Gaslight Print Shop is hit with increased demand from reopening businessesIt's all machines on deck at The Gaslight Light Print Shop, as restaurants shift to one-use menus.

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CU Buffs lose basketball assistant coach to Arizona StateColorado men's basketball assistant coach Anthony Coleman is heading back to Arizona State. CU head coach Tad Boyle confirms that Coleman is leaving the Buffs after one season to return to the Pac-12 rival Sun Devils.

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Kenyan Drake Primed For Breakout Year As Cardinals' Top BackVideo games give something for Kenyan Drake to do in these days of sheltering at home, with the veteran running back often posting on Twitter his Twitch channel to let people watch him play Madden football.

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Remote Control: Even Away From Players, Pac-12 Football Coaches Try To Stay On Track For SeasonJust because Pac-12 football coaches have to practice social distancing with their players, their work hasn't stopped.

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Boyer, Carter, Brophy McGee Join Dems To End Small Businesses' Hope Of Safe ReopeningOn Tuesday, the Arizona Senate in a 16-14 vote, with Republicans Kate Brophy McGee, Heather Carter and Paul Boyer joining Democrats, ended the 2020 Legislative Session and the effort of legislators to protect small business owners.

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New wave of class action lawsuits connected to COVID-19Refused refunds, denied insurance coverage and even the lack of personal protective equipment, like masks and gloves, has individuals turning to an often last resort - filing lawsuits against companies in hopes of getting answers.

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Six Flags to reopen its first theme park on June 5 under strict safety protocolsThe theme park will open under reduced capacity when it reopens. Six Flags hopes to gradually increase the number of people allowed in the park through the month of June.

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Several people wanted after vandalism at Bradshaw Mountain High School in PrescottThe Prescott Valley Police Department is searching for several people after two instances of vandalism at Bradshaw Mountain High School.

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'Rediscover Arizona' campaign launched to help Arizonans explore the state during the pandemicThere aren't many deals being advertised just yet for vacations in Arizona, but it's early in vacation season and resorts are no doubt adjusting to the new normal of COVID-19.

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Senate abruptly adjourns, House bills go down without voteThe Arizona Senate abruptly ended the 2020 legislative session today, catapulting leaders into planning for a special session an hour or so earlier than they expected.

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Arizona State in the mix for talented wide receiver from CaliforniaThe Arizona State football program stocked up at wide receiver with four four-star prospects in the 2020 signing class.

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Pac-12 allows sports to resume voluntary in-person workouts June 15Pac-12 schools will be able to decide when and how to reopen athletic facilities for student athletes starting June 15 based on local restrictions.

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Arizona offers Virginia point guardOn Wednesday, the Arizona coaching staff offered Warrentown. Highland 2021 point guard Angelo Brizzi. In addition to Arizona, the 6-foot-3, 170-pound point guard has offers from California, Colorado, Georgetown, LSU, Marquette, Michigan, Villanova, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest, and more.

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Cardinals, Raising Cane's Surprise Boys and Girls Club With LunchThe Cardinals partnered with Raising Cane's to surprise all 120 children and staff at the Boys and Girls Club of the Valley - Gilbert Branch with a complimentary lunch on Tuesday.

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Ranking Arizona: Top 10 breweries for 2020AZ Big Media Ranking Arizona: Top 10 breweries for 2020 - AZ Big Media.

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PD: Man arrested for pointing loaded gun at food delivery driver in MesaOfficers were called to the scene near University Drive and Dobson Road Sunday afternoon after getting reports of a man pointing a gun at a delivery driver.

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ASU Basketball: Anthony Coleman returning to Sun Devil basketball programFormer Arizona State assistant coach Anthony Coleman is coming back to Tempe after spending one season at Colorado, according to basketball analyst Jeff Goodman.

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Pac-12 to allow voluntary workouts starting June 15College sports are back! Well, sort of. The Pac-12 Conference announced Monday that voluntary in-person workouts can resume on campus beginning June 15.

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Preventing opioid addiction means more access to pain treatment optionsArizona hospitals and healthcare professionals shifted their focus in recent months to responding to the COVID-19 crisis.

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Twitter facts check President Trump for the first time amid criticismOn Tuesday, Twitter flagged several tweets containing misleading information about claims President Donald Trump made on Tuesday involving mail-in ballots.

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D.C. pundit has it wrong, Arizona Republicans ready for 2020The Washington, D.C., pundit class has focused its sights on one of the fastest growing counties in the nation with the prediction that its voters could thwart the President's re-election and jeopardize the chances of Republicans holding onto the U.S. Senate.

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Arizonans dining out at higher rate than most of the countryAfter being closed for several weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak, Chandler Fashion Center Mall welcomes back patrons with many social distancing guideline signs on May 17, 2020.

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Michigan governor responds to husband's boat controversyHe asked if being married to the governor would make a difference, which Whitmer said was a joke.

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Mlb Draft Countdown: #35, Austin Wells, Arizona, C/1bPlayer: Austin Wells Draft Day Age: 20 School: Arizona Position: C/1B Height: 6'2" Weight: 220 lbs."

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Arizona mining company ordered to pay $2.3M for arsenic leakA judge has ordered the owner of a north-central Arizona mine to pay nearly $2.4 million restitution for an arsenic leak, state prosecutors said Tuesday.

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California issues strict guidelines for churches to resume in-person servicesCalifornia says churches can resume in-person services, but the congregations will be limited to less than 100 and worshippers should wear masks, avoid sharing prayer books and skip the collection plate.

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Most Medicare enrollees could get insulin for $35 a month, White House announcesInsulin is used by millions of people with diabetes to keep their blood sugars within normal ranges.

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Skittles to 'give up' rainbow in honor of Pride MonthDuring the month of June, Skittles says "only one rainbow matters."

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Nonprofit notes significant decrease in officer suicides during COVID-19 pandemicThe nonprofit Blue H.E.L.P. says it has seen a significant decrease in officer suicides since the coronavirus outbreak began compared to the same time period last year.

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AARP creates Friendly Voices program to help people cope during pandemicStoner helped create the Friendly Voices program, an outreach effort where anyone, not just senior citizens, can request to have someone call them just to chat.

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Car companies looking into features, like UV light systems, to sanitize vehiclesAmid the pandemic, car companies are looking into systems like including a fixed UV light that would provide sanitization treatment while you're inside.

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GOP governors offer states as alternative RNC convention hostNorth Carolina's governor said he couldn't offer a guarantee that the RNC could be held with full capacity.

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Arizona Senate adjourns without taking up coronavirus billsLawmakers are expected to be called back to work by Republican Gov. Doug Ducey in special sessions in coming weeks to handle virus-related issues.

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The number of patients hospitalized for COVID-19 has tripled in YumaThe number of hospitalized COVID-19 patients at Yuma Regional Medical Center has tripled over the past two weeks, at least 14 have died, and Arizona emergency room visits related to the new coronavirus pandemic reached a new one-day high over Memorial Day weekend.

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As legalization heads to the ballot, Arizona mourns a beloved leaderMikel Weisser moved mountains to end prohibition in Arizona. It'll have to happen without him.

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An Arizona Zoning Board Tries To Muzzle Free SpeechZoning codes have immense power over property rights, but can zoning violations be punished with loss of other rights guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution?

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Roundtable: How would have Arizona softball fared in 2020 if the season didn't get canceled?If the 2020 season did not get canceled by the coronavirus, the Arizona softball team would probably be on its way to the Women's College World Series right now in search of its ninth national championship.

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Arizona reports more than 200 new coronavirus cases, 1 deathThe Arizona Department of Public Health Services released updated COVID-19 figures on Tuesday. The number of deaths is now at 807.

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15-year-old in Ohio graduating from both high school and college this weekTom Jordan will officially graduate from Oak Glen High School on Friday.

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VSV Confirmed on New Arizona, New Mexico, and Texas PremisesThe art of regenerative medicine in equine practice, and what's to come.

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Hazard pay is ending for many essential workers despite ongoing hazard they faceMany essential workers are struggling with the question: why is hazard pay over when the hazard of the pandemic is not?

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Restaurants offering to-go cocktails to stay afloat during pandemicAround the country, 45 states have begun allowing restaurants and bars to now sell to-go cocktails and other liquor to help keep the industry afloat.

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College football, TV networks delay announcing early-season schedulesCollege football conferences and television networks have agreed to hold off on announcing start times for early-season games.

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Sound the alarm: budget cuts to public education are on the AZ Legislature agendaThe economic effect of the coronavirus pandemic has meant our state ad local governments have taken a major economic hit to their budgets through reduced sales tax revenues, which Arizona too heavily relies upon.

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Two Arizona Officials Argue Against Each Other at US Supreme CourtArizona's secretary of state, a Democrat, has brought on a Jenner and Block team at the Supreme Court to oppose the Republican attorney general, who's working with lawyers from Wilson Sonsini.

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Arizona Community Foundation announces grant, scholarship, loan distributionsThe Arizona Community Foundation and its donors recently announced grant, scholarship and loan distributions for its fiscal year, which ended March 31.

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Manhunt underway for University of Connecticut student accused of killing 2Law enforcement agencies in multiple states are searching for a University of Connecticut senior suspected of killing two people, as well as kidnapping a woman.

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Branson's Virgin Orbit fails on first rocket launch attemptRichard Branson's Virgin Orbit has failed in its first attempt to launch a test satellite into space aboard a rocket carried aloft by a Boeing 747 and released over the ocean off Southern California.

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State launches Rediscover Arizona campaignAZ Big Media State launches Rediscover Arizona campaign - AZ Big Media.

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Here are some ways your family can manage the stress of the pandemicConversations about mental health are difficult to have, especially as a family. How do you get children, young and old, to express how they are feeling?

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Amphitheater School District hiring bus driversThe district is holding a weekly job fair to hire drivers through the end of June.

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Arizona ranks 15th in Emergency PaymentsThe Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service today released updated state-by-state figures for Economic Impact Payments reflecting the opening weeks of the program.

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