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Ducey Says Arizona’s Students Are Headed Back to School in the Fall. But Are the Teachers?

One in five teachers say they are unlikely to return to the classroom in the fall if schools reopen, and Arizona educators are looking for alternatives.

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Joe Biden Demands Justice for George Floyd, Calls on Americans to Root Out Structural Racism

“The original sin of this country still stains our nation today, and sometimes, we manage to overlook it. We just push forward with a thousand other tasks in our daily life. But it’s always there."

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Minneapolis Police Officer Who Killed George Floyd Charged With 3rd Degree Murder

“That’s less than four days," Minnesota Public Safety Commissioner John Harrington said, referring to the time between the killing and Chauvin’s arrest.

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McSally Didn’t Want To Send Millions in Federal Aid To Small-Town Arizona. They Got It Anyway.

The aid was dispersed weeks after Arizona’s junior senator said local governments would be seen as “cash cows” for accepting relief funds.

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Ducey Encourages People to Go Out as State Reports 700 New COVID-19 Cases in One Day

Ducey announced the reopening of schools even as the state sees an uptick in metrics used to track the progression of the disease.

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What Will Happen In The Fall? School May Be Over, But Teachers’ Worries Aren’t.

Educators have been trying to find some semblance of normalcy ever since schools closed in March. But one question looms - when can they go back to class?

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Gov. Ducey Promised Rental Eviction Help But Few Arizona Renters Are Actually Seeing It

The governor pledged $5 million to help renters avoid eviction, but applicants are saying they have had trouble getting any sort of financial help.

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WATCH: Arizona Mayors Urge McSally to Support Pandemic Relief for Cities

The Senator suggested smaller cities rely on trickle-down from larger municipalities who qualify for coronavirus relief.