Stories tagged: "ducey"


Elderly Arizona
Elderly Arizonans Are Isolating to Stay Alive—And It’s Killing Them

As stricter measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus are put in place, Arizona’s most vulnerable are finding themselves increasingly more alone.

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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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Domestic Dispute Ends in Shootout: Officer and Suspect Both Killed

The injured officers were taken to a nearby hospital and are reported to be in stable condition.

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Pawn Shops, Golf Courses, And Other Businesses Ducey Thinks Are Essential

Mayors have expressed concern that the governor's measures to reduce the spread of coronavirus are not sustainable.

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Constables Have Stopped Evictions in Pima County Over Coronavirus

The ten constables responsible for carrying out evictions in Pima County have said they will not be removing tenants for the foreseeable future.

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Ducey Declares State of Emergency Over Coronavirus. Here’s What That Means.

As of Thursday morning, 115 people have been tested for the coronavirus in Arizona, and nine have contracted the illness.

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More Shelter Beds in Phoenix and Trans Ban Moves Ahead: Your News Today

Phoenix tackles homelessness; Ducey takes on patrols at the border; and trans ban approved by state House. It's news you can use.