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  • Arizona reports 695 new coronavirus cases, 27 additional deaths

    Arizona health officials reported 695 new coronavirus cases and 27 more deaths Wednesday, putting the state's totals at 209,907 infections and 5,371 fatalities.
  • Pima County recommends skipping most traditional Halloween activities

    Tucson-area health officials are recommending residents skip most traditional Halloween activities this year to limit the spread of coronavirus.
  • Phoenix Union High School District to stay with remote learning rest of 2020

    The superintendent of the Phoenix Union High School District said Monday students at the 21 campuses will remain in remote learning until next year.
  • Banner Health hospitals start allowing 1 visitor per patient per day

    Banner Health, Arizona’s largest hospital network, has eased visitor restrictions that have been in place throughout the COVID-19 pandemic at most of its inpatient facilities.
  • Phoenix school district’s reasons for not opening may be why they should

    KTAR News host Jim Sharpe believes the reasoning given by one Phoenix school district to remain closed through the end of the year is actually why the district should reopen.
  • Arizona reports 484 new coronavirus cases, 22 more deaths

    Arizona health officials reported 484 new coronavirus cases and 22 more deaths Tuesday, putting the state's totals at 209,209 infections and 5,344 fatalities.
  • Deaf students at Arizona school learn virtually, but not without obstacles

    As students return to Arizona classrooms amid the coronavirus pandemic, those who are part of the deaf and hard of hearing community face unique challenges.
  • Arizona State University reports 85 new coronavirus cases

    Arizona State University reported 84 new coronavirus cases among students and one new faculty case, bringing the school's total to 1,498 cases.
  • Former metro Phoenix charter school principal sentenced in fraud case

    The former principal of a Goodyear charter school has been sentenced to nearly four years in prison and ordered to pay more than $2.5 million in restitution in a fraud case.
  • Arizona reports no coronavirus deaths with 213 new cases

    Arizona health officials reported no coronavirus deaths on Monday with 213 new cases, putting the state's totals at 208,725 infections and 5,322 fatalities.