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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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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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Arizonans Making Less Than $25,000 per Year Hardest Hit by Pandemic

Arizona's working class is feeling the financial strains of the coronavirus pandemic much more deeply than those making six figures, according to recent polling.

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Elections Official Says Arizona Can Handle Increase of Mail-In Ballots

While some states are warning of delays in elections results, Arizona expects to see them come in faster this year.

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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?

Scott Weinberg
Phoenix School Board Candidate Drops Out After Wrongly Accusing Student of Being Westgate Shooter

A Phoenix school board candidate who publicly misidentified the gunman in last week's Westgate Entertainment District shooting has dropped out of the race.