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These Pandemic Relief Programs Are Ending This Month—but COVID Won’t

Members of Congress have proposed new relief packages, but they don’t address all of the protections set to end Dec. 31.

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Arizona Surpasses 250,000 COVID-19 Cases. More Than 1,000 Are Hospitalized.

Gov. Doug Ducey has said he does not plan to reinstate any business closures or implement any statewide face-covering requirements.

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Arizona State Representative on Ventilator for COVID-19 Treatment

Rep. Lorenzo Sierra of Avondale is the third member of the Arizona state legislature who has tested positive for COVID-19.

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McSally, GOP Abandon COVID Relief Efforts and Switch Focus to Supreme Court Replacement

If Democrat Mark Kelly wins this fall, McSally may not even get the chance to vote on a Supreme Court nominee.

FILE - President Donald Trump prepares to sign four executive orders during a news conference at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J., in a Saturday, Aug. 8, 2020 file photo. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has dismissed as laughable the executive order President Donald Trump signed to force states to pay part of $400 weekly unemployment insurance benefits. Cuomo told a telephone news conference Sunday, Aug. 9, 2020 that the plan announced by Trump a day earlier would likely cost New York state $4 billion. Cuomo called it an impossibility. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)
Trump’s Money for Additional Unemployment Benefits Is About to Run Out

Once the additional funding dries up, Arizonans will only be able to receive a maximum of $240 per week through unemployment insurance.

Peoria Man Has Now Been Suffering From COVID-19 Symptoms for Over 4 Months

The 49-year-old dog trainer had been healthy and active before the illness, but now he feels like he can barely function. 

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Biden Lays Out Plan to Keep AZ Kids Safe and Reopen Schools

Biden said more work needs to be done to rein in COVID-19 before Arizona classrooms can reopen safely for students and school employees.