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New Arizona Law Will Give More Single Moms the Ability to Afford College

Parents who choose to pursue higher education full-time can now qualify for financial assistance to help cover the cost of childcare.

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Arizona Resolution Could Allow Undocumented Students to Pay In-State Tuition

Undocumented students currently have to pay 150% of tuition at state universities. A proposed resolution could qualify them for in-state rates.

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Over 40 UPS Workers Got Sick With COVID in Tucson — and It Didn’t Stop There

At least 43 workers have fallen ill with COVID-19 at a Tucson UPS facility — and now they're taking it home

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Preschoolers’ Socially Distanced Graduation Parade

A Phoenix childcare center found a safe way to hold a graduation ceremony for its preschoolers despite the coronavirus pandemic.

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Why States Like Arizona Are Seeing a Bigger Push to Reopen

A University of Arizona professor says differing opinions on COVID-19 often come down to personal experiences and an urban vs. rural divide.

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Husband of Woman Who Mistakenly Invited Teen to Thanksgiving Dies of COVID-19

The Arizona woman garnered social media fame in 2016 when she accidentally invited 17-year-old Jamal Hinton to her home for the holiday.

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Is Arizona Really Last for Coronavirus Testing? The Data Is Incomplete.

The ADHS official report puts Arizona's test count at less than 500, but officials say private testing brings the number to nearly 11,000.