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In an N4T Investigation in January, we spoke with a woman named Wendy Sampson who filed an open meetings violation complaint to the Arizona Attorney... [Read More]
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Becerra is on track to be the nation's first Latino secretary of Health and Human Services. [Read More]
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The Senate version of the pandemic-related aid package kicks off a race to finish the bill before March 14. [Read More]
The Arizona State Library, Archives and Public Records, a division of the Secretary of State, awarded 18 tribal and public libraries CARES Act funding, made... [Read More]
Governor Doug Ducey met virtually with education leaders from Arizona public charter and public district schools in rural and urban communities on Tuesday, his office... [Read More]
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Ten progressive Senate Democrats asked President Biden to support a plan to send recurring relief checks to Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic. [Read More]
At least $40 billion in pandemic-related unemployment has been stolen, but Congress is about to approve more money with few new safeguards. [Read More]
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Local businesses continue to be targeted by fake Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claims, the Arizona Department of Economic Security is calling it unprecedented. [Read More]
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As part of the Opening Ceremony to officially begin the 2021 Cologuard Classic, the Tucson Conquistadores made a $10,000 check presentation to the Borman Elementary... [Read More]
The University of Arizona is taking some more forceful steps to encourage students to receive regular COVID-19 tests, as it welcomes more students back to... [Read More]
The number of children who have died from Covid19 in Arizona has more than doubled since the holidays. [Read More]
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