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Protections for renters during the pandemic are running out as federal unemployment payments and Arizona's eviction moratorium are about to end.
Ducey announced a new round of business closures Monday, but experts say his mandate doesn't do nearly enough.
One gym was cited in multiple cities after its CEO defied the governor's new order and accused Ducey of closing businesses at random.
Arizona’s availability of beds isn’t the only resource being stressed. Hospitals have asked workers from other cities and states to help keep things moving.
Additional unemployment insurance benefits were approved by Congress in March, but thousands of Arizonans are still waiting for help.
As President Donald Trump came to Phoenix on Tuesday for a rally, a common question rose up from the public: "Will people wear masks?"
Traveling across the state — or just across the Valley? Find out if your destination requires face coverings in public.