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News roundup: UA kicks off graduations, OSIRIS-REx heads back to Earth
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, May 10.
Ducey restricts civilian oversight of police misconduct
New measures are controversial in the wake of a national reckoning over racial justice
Grand Canyon National Park to reopen North Rim on May 15
No shower or laundry service available this year and the North Rim Hiker Shuttle also will be unavailable
COVID-19 case numbers continue to creep higher statewide
Arizona reports 939 additional COVID cases, 16 more deaths
Education notebook: Controversial bill would ban touchy subjects in class, UA adds minor
A look back at this week's education stories in Southern Arizona and the state.
Research finds higher risks for Hispanic and Indigenous patients in Arizona with kidney cancer
According to the research, a higher risk of mortality and advanced-staged kidney cancer in these racial groups are more common.
News roundup: Checking in on migrant march, tribal police academy honors fallen officer
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, May 7.
Three million first COVID-19 doses dispensed in AZ
Vaccine hesitancy continues to mount in the state.
Migrants, asylum seekers march in Nogales, Sonora
They say they want to hold President Biden accountable for his promise undertake immigration reform
State infrastructure, migrants march, vaccine hesitancy
Plus, an update on major roadway projects in southern Arizona
Arizona utility regulators reject 100% clean energy rules
Last minute changes caused unexpected rejection
Tribal police academy honors Tohono O'odham officer, Bryan Brown
The virtual ceremony remember eight tribal officers who died in the line of duty.
News roundup: Tohono O'odham district leaders discuss pandemic, Boneyard looks back on 75 years of history
Recent coverage impacting Southern Arizona, May 6.
Navajo Nation remembers missing or murdered loved ones May 5
The Missing and Murdered Dine Relatives group hosted a Zoom meeting for loved ones impacted by the MMIWG crisis to share their stories.
Tohono O'odham district leaders discuss impacts of COVID-19
As of mid-April, Tohono O'odham Nation Health Care reported 1,758 COVID-19 cases and 76 deaths.
The Boneyard spends 75 years adding to history books
The planes at AMARG are a history of U.S. air power.
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