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WASHINGTON – Almost every Senate Democrat has come out against President Donald Trump’s plan to rush through a replacement for the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, saying the nomination should wait until after the looming elections.

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The Arizona Wildcats 2020-2021 football season is expected to resume on Nov. 6 after the Pac-12 CEO Group voted to bring back fall sports this week.

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With 566 new cases reported today, the number of Arizona’s confirmed novel coronavirus cases closed in on 216,000 as of Thursday, Sept. 24, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services.

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WASHINGTON – Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema confronted the acting head of Homeland Security Wednesday over border wall construction she said has ignored the needs of local communities and bypassed environmental assessment reports.

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The West will need “good fire” — controlled, managed fire that balances the ecosystem — to stave off deadly, out-of-control fire. We need to know what that looks like.

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Although Tucson is not an overt character in Bradford Trojan’s new album “Meanwhile,” the project may never have come to fruition if not for the city. The album was written and recorded over the course of three years, and marked a return to collaboration between college friends Trojan and Sc…

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PHOENIX – A years-old movement to reform police departments, which reentered the national debate last spring when a Minneapolis police officer dug his knee into George Floyd’s back until he couldn’t breathe, has taken root in Arizona.

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The Marana Mayor and Council voted 6-1 earlier this month to approve a development agreement with Pima County and the Marana Unified School District for 150 new single-family homes to be built on a parcel near the El Rio Preserve.

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With the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg adding more fuel to a heated race for the White House, political prognosticators are predicting that Arizona will go blue this year.

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After a double-whammy of COVID and summer fires, Sabino Canyon recreation area partially reopened on Monday, Sept. 21. While the Recreation Area itself is open, the shuttle and the visitor center will remain closed. 

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At the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona, we continue to be amazed by the innovation and resilience of our community’s nonprofit organizations. We have seen youth centers transform into food assistance providers so that the families they typically serve after school won’t go hungry. …

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While the major concert venues are still on pause, there are a few smaller stages throughout Tucson that are hosting musicians and bands, some for the first time in months. Some of these gigs allow for a socially distanced audience, and others facilitate virtual livestreams of local music. E…

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After significant changes, the Oro Valley Town Council passed an update to their economic development strategy that is designed to make the municipality more attractive to potential employers who want to expand or relocate.

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The storage shed of Putney’s Pitstop Sports Bar and Grill, located at 6090 N. Oracle Road, was set ablaze in a suspected arson fire in the early hours of Tuesday, Sept. 15.

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PHOENIX – With the presidents and chancellors of Big Ten universities voting to resume football last week, players and fans called on Pac-12 Conference Commissioner Larry Scott to join other Power Five conferences and allow the football season to kick off.

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After a double-whammy of COVID and summer fires, Sabino Canyon recreation area is partially reopening today, Monday, Sept. 21. While the Recreation Area itself will open, the shuttle and the visitor center will remain closed. The Forest Service says they are working to open these amenities "…

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PHOENIX – Arizona has one of the highest rates of COVID-19 in young people in the nation – driven in part, experts say, by a large population of children of color, who are more likely to have underlying health conditions that make them susceptible to the disease.

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WASHINGTON – Facebook and Twitter opened investigations this week into a number of Arizona teenagers’ social media accounts for operating fraudulent profiles and spreading misinformation in support of the Trump campaign, reportedly for pay.