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Mutual Aid Groups: The State Failed These Arizonans. Their Neighbors Are Stepping Up To Help.

Neighborhoods are organizing mutual aid collectives to provide much-needed relief not offered by state or federal agencies.

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It’s Almost Been a Year Since Alicia Navarro Went Missing From Her Glendale Home. No One Knows Where She Is.

“If this would have been JonBenét Ramsey or a blonde-headed little girl, I feel like the media would put this on the news every damn day."

Brenda Barton, a candidate running for the Legislative District 6, has incorrectly stated on her website that she is endorsed by the Arizona Nurses Association.
GOP Candidates Are Losing the Support of Healthcare Workers

Republican opposition to the recommendations of medical experts during the coronavirus pandemic is costing them the support of healthcare workers.

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Lockdowns Work: Navajo Nation Sees Drop in COVID Cases as the Rest of Arizona Spikes

Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez confirmed they will continue their 57-hour weekend lockdowns for at least three more weeks.

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Gym Owners Have No Idea What Gov. Ducey’s Latest Closures Mean — And They’re Suing Over It

One gym was cited in multiple cities after its CEO defied the governor's new order and accused Ducey of closing businesses at random.

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AZ Hospitals Are So Overwhelmed They’re Now Ranking Patients on Life Expectancy

Crisis plans outline a process where patients are given a score based on their life expectancy, which is used to determine to what extent they are treated.

‘There Is No Playbook:’ Bars and Clubs Are Mighty Angry at Ducey

Club owners criticized by Gov. Ducey for lax social distancing enforcement say they’re doing everything they can to slow the spread.