Stories tagged: "coronavirus"

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Mark Kelly And His Twin Brother Scott Will Hold Virtual Story Time for Kids

U.S. Senate candidate Mark Kelly of Arizona is joining his twin brother on Instagram to read children a story while they're stuck home from school.

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Five More Deaths, an Upcoming Town Hall, and More Arizona COVID-19 News

More than 50 news outlets across the state will be airing a town hall with state leaders to answer questions about the new coronavirus.

Worried About Rent? Arizona Just Created an Eviction Prevention Program to Help.

Arizona lawmakers passed a bill that provides $100 million in health and community relief for those hurt financially by the coronavirus outbreak.

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Grocery Delivery, Donation Boxes, And Free Meals: How Neighbors Are Helping Neighbors

Phoenicians have been finding ways to help out their neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic while complying with social distancing restrictions.

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Republicans Still Want to Take Health Care Away From 20 Million Americans—in the Middle of a Pandemic

The 2010 healthcare law provided tens of millions of Americans with health care and guaranteed coverage for the 135 million Americans under 65 who live with pre-existing conditions.

Four More Arizonans Die As a Result of COVID-19

Here's the latest coronavirus numbers, and how Honeywell plans to help those on the front lines of the virus.

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Photo Essay: Faces Of Our Essential Workers

New York can't survive without the hard work of thousands of so-called essential workers. We wanted to put a face to their sacrifice during this pandemic.