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Arizona in final push for census

Census officials will stop counting in less than two weeks.

Federal unemployment supplement dries up in Arizona

The payments tapping FEMA funds only lasted six weeks.

Pima County residents can now text 911 for help

Messages to 911 sent via text will be handled with the same priority as phone calls.

Arizona weekly unemployment jumps again

The numbers in the state keep rising while they fall nationally.

Judge halts plan to end Census early, as Arizona, tribal responses lag

The order said plaintiffs in the case had raised "serious questions" about the bureau's plan to stop counting.

Republicans defend Postal Service, accuse Democrats of scare tactics

Democrats say the postmaster general's changes have led to reduced service and could threaten mail-in ballots this fall.

Arizona’s long history with voting by mail

Arizona voters have cast ballots by mail for nearly three decades.

Asylum seekers describe self-harm, faulty COVID-19 response at ICE detention center

As a federal report faults ICE's complaint-handling process in detention, a letter from Eloy describes a facility on the brink.

Arizona attorney general won't investigate election law complaint about Trump

Secretary of State Katie Hobbs' complaint alleged the Trump administration violated election law regarding ballot delays.

AZ weekly unemployment shows slight increase

After a few weeks of dropping, the unemployment numbers are on the rise.

Stay-at-home order lifted as Navajo Nation starts reopening

Much of the Navajo Nation has been closed since March as the coronavirus swept through the reservation.

Arizona plans to use federal unemployment supplement, but not add to it

A presidential order would add $300 dollars to state unemployment benefits.

Nearly 20,000 Arizona businesses received federal PPP loans

Construction and health care companies were some of the biggest beneficiaries.

Sonora eases path for bacanora producers to sell products locally

A change allows authorized Bacanora producers to sell in shops for regional products without first having to obtain an expensive license.

Arizona unemployment payments see large drop

Last week was the first week that people on unemployment did not get a $600 federal addition.

Navajo Nation president asks for leniency for federal death row inmate

Lezmond Mitchell is the sole Native American under a federal death sentence in the United States.

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