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    Facing swift blowback from allies and aid groups, the White House on Friday said President Joe Biden plans to lift his predecessor’s historically low cap on refugees by next month, after initially moving only to expand the eligibility criteria for resettlements.
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    Arizona officials said Friday the state is working with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to open a long-awaited mass vaccination site in Pima County by the end of the month.
  • Former officer at Phoenix prison sentenced for sexually abusing inmate

    A former federal prison officer who pleaded guilty to sexually abusing an inmate in Phoenix was sentenced Thursday to eight months behind bars.
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  • Suspect detained in north Phoenix after gunfire, wreck on I-17

    A suspect was in custody after a police chase in north Phoenix resulted in a three-vehicle collision and closed southbound Interstate 17 for four hours Friday, authorities said.
  • Police arrest 2 suspects after burglary attempt at Scottsdale business

    Police said they secured the scene of what had been an "active crime" on Scottsdale Road on Friday morning.
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    Arizona public health officials on Friday reported 845 new coronavirus cases and 30 additional deaths from COVID-19.
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    Climate experts say drought conditions in Arizona are the type usually only seen once or twice in a century and one season of rain won't fix it.
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    FBI agents last year interviewed the gunman who fatally shot eight people at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis, the bureau said.
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    A portion of the Loop 101 in north Phoenix is the only freeway closure this weekend for Valley drivers, the Arizona Department of Transportation announced Thursday.
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    The Arizona K12 Center has received $2.5 million from the Arizona Department of Education to support a mentoring program for training new teachers, state Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced Thursday.
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    Public libraries in Glendale are set to reopen with full services and new operating hours on Monday following months of modified and limited offerings amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the city announced.

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