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Patio extensions pop up at Tucson restaurants

A popular program is providing an economic boost during the Pandemic

Arizona passes 6 million in administered vaccine doses

ore than 3.3 million people statewide have received at least the first dose with around 2.9 million fully vaccinated

San Carlos Apache Tribe nearly halts spread of coronavirus

Average number of positive COVID-19 cases is down to less than 1% a week

Local tribes update current COVID-19 health policies

The Tohono O'odham Nation reaffirmed its masking requirements, while the Pascua Yaqui Tribe approved a resolution to lift its stay-at-home order.

Slow summer of adjustment expected for COVID-aware citizens

The Memorial Day weekend is the first test for many who are ditching their masks.

Campaign to discuss COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy launching in Tucson

A group of community organizers will soon be reaching out to Tucsonans to answer questions or help register people for the vaccine.

Navajo Nation names new financial officer during investigation

After reports of 'concerns and irregularities' with a COVID-19 testing contract, the tribe names Elizabeth Begay to head the Navajo Nation Office of the Controller.

Arizona's budget, teen mental health support and school sports

In this week's episode of Arizona 360, the team also discusses COVID-19 updates.

Realities of masking and vaccination changes for Arizona

The head of the Arizona Department of Health Services discusses what she's advising people to do in this leg of the pandemic.

UA athletics prepares for 'somewhat normal academic year'

Though, the university says it will take a few years for athletic scholarships and demand to even out.

A Sahuarita high school football team reflects on the pandemic

Walden Grove High School football head coach and players share how COVID-19 impacted their season and academic futures.

Arizona leads the nation in rural COVID-19 vaccinations

The CDC says Arizona is tops in some categories and low in others.

The NPR Student Podcast Challenge searches for the voices of tomorrow.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Brenna Wynn Greer follows the history of Black image makers in her book "Represented"; and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Geraldine Brooks reflects on her novel of life during the bubonic plague, called "Year of Wonders".

Pima County drops mask mandate

Following CDC guidance, board recommends masks for the unvaccinated.

Ducey ends federal $300 weekly unemployment bonus

Governor offers $2,000 "Back to work" bonus instead.

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