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CDC leaves COVID transmission rates the same in Arizona

Two-thirds of Arizona counties have high transmission rates.

COVID numbers stay steady

The number of the cases has leveled off during the summer.

New studies firmly fix source of COVID-19 outbreak

University of Arizona co-authored research puts the spotlight on wild animal traders in a Chinese market.

Two-thirds of Arizona has high COVID transmission rates

Only counties in southern Arizona do not have high rates.

“Gabby Giffords: Won’t Back Down” is a journey of healing from gun violence.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The mission of Homicide Survivors Inc.; and exploring meaning & purpose at the 39th International Dream Convention.

Heat deaths in large Arizona county hit half-year record

Much of southern and central Arizona are still waiting for the full effect of the monsoon.

Navajo president signs pandemic aid priorities, $1B spend

The spending plan covers COVID-19 and infrastructure.

Most Arizona counties have high COVID transmission rates

Two counties say a more than 100% increase in cases in the last seven days.

Pima County Issues Ground-Level Ozone Advisory

Thursday marks the second consecutive day of an advisory.

Arizona attorney general asks court to unblock abortion ban

Brnovich argues a total ban is what the legislature want in place.

Monkeypox found in Pima County

Case is the 7th in the state, 1st outside Maricopa County.

Federal judge blocks Arizona's 'personhood' abortion law

Abortion providers were worried the law can lead to criminal charges like assault or child abuse and allege it is unconstitutionally vague.

Abortion amendment will not appear on ballot

Organizers say they will shift efforts to get measure on the ballot in 2024.

Where's the new money in the state budget going?

We look at a handful of areas that will see a notable increase in funds this fiscal year

Young Arizona filmmaker makes epics in miniature.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Making Tucson more accessible for those with visual impairments; Neighbors come together and transform their alleyway as a means of coping with grief; and a look at the rarely enforced "Stupid motorist" law.

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