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City Council meeting canceled over video of the death of person in Tucson police custody

A City Council meeting was canceled after seeing video of the incident, and three officers have reportedly resigned.

Pima County nearly out of ICU beds Tuesday, health official says

The county medical director told supervisors on Tuesday morning that the major hospitals had approximately five ICU beds.

Continuing unemployment claims skyrocket

The number of claims passes 2 million for the first time.

Daily News Roundup: Elective surgeries, Trump border visit, wildfires

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 22.

Tucson's Invisible Theatre bringing back in-person shows

The nonprofit hopes to maintain a live theater experience with distancing and reduced capacity, amid growing COVID-19 case numbers.

Arizona housing growth tees up opportunity for water investors

As Central Arizona booms, Phoenix exurbs are looking to rural areas for more water.

Western Colorado water purchases stir up worries about the future of farming

An investment trend based on the potential value of water has rekindled fears about the future of water in the West.

After Supreme Court ruling, local DACA recipients eye more permanent solutions

Advocates and DACA recipients say lasting solutions must happen in Congress

Arizona coronavirus spike continues

Statewide case total nears 50,000 as hospitalizations and ventilator use rise sharply.

Masks mandatory in public in Pima County

The Board of Supervisors met in emergency session to pass the ordinance.

Elective medical procedures are still on in Arizona, for now

Local hospitals are preparing for a wave of COVID-19 patients from the current surge in new cases.

Daily News Roundup: New COVID-19 case record, Pima County requires masks

Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, June 19.

Trump tweet signals administration could again try to dismantle DACA

The Supreme Court shot down the administration's 2017 attempt to shut down the policy.

Arizona voting deadlines will stay the same

The secretary of state settled a lawsuit that sought to change when early ballots are due.

Forecasters say Arizona's budget outlook is improving

The shortfall could be significantly smaller than originally predicted, legislative analysts say.

Growing Arizona metros look to rural communities for water

Private companies are also hoping to profit off the demand.

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