LIVE BLOG: COVID-19 vaccine rollout across Arizona

The latest on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in Arizona.

  On Day One, Biden to undo Trump policies on climate, coronavirus

Biden on Wednesday planned to halt construction on Trump’s U.S.-Mexico border wall, end the ban on travel from some Muslim-majority countries, rejoin the Paris Climate Accord and the World Health Organization and revoke the approval of the Keystone XL oil pipeline, aides said.
  • Coronavirus

‘We’re surviving’: Mother, daughter battle COVID-19 at same Calif. hospital

The two believe the mother came into contact with someone who had COVID-19 while working at Walgreens.

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New Mexico zoo sends endangered wolf pack to Mexico

Arizona man accused of impersonating an officer, kidnapping 2 women

  Trump bids farewell to Washington, hints of comeback

Former Rep. Rick Renzi among last-minute pardons

Arizona passes 300,000 mark in COVID-19 vaccine doses administered

To date, Arizona has administered 319,984 to 270,127 individuals, including 44,004 who have received both doses.
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  Biden marks nation’s COVID grief before inauguration pomp

The sober moment on the eve of Biden's inauguration — typically a celebratory time in Washington when the nation marks the democratic tradition of a peaceful transfer of power — was a measure of the enormity of loss for the nation.

Job recruiting underway for new Carondelet emergency center

UPDATE: Tucson police search for suspect involved in deadly south-side shooting

CDC issues new COVID-19 vaccine guidance related to allergic reactions

Report of harassment by fired Mets GM prompts anger, shock

  Trump pardons ex-strategist Steve Bannon, dozens of others

Pima County Sheriff’s Department: One man taken to hospital after deputy-involved shooting

Rural-Metro extinguishes fire at Tucson recycling plant

  Arizona reports 4,845 new cases of COVID-19; 11,528 total deaths

  • National

  Biden’s nominees promise fresh approach on national security

President-elect Joe Biden's nominee to lead the intelligence community, Avril Haines, promised Tuesday to “speak truth to power" and keep politics out of intelligence agencies to ensure their work is trusted.

SPORTS

Report of harassment by fired Mets GM prompts anger, shock

Masters plans for a limited number of spectators in April

Augusta National Chairman Fred Ridley said Tuesday the club intends to allow a limited number of spectators for the Masters on April 8-11.

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FIRST ALERT ACTION DAYS: Rain chances increase Wednesday, Thursday

  TMC workers honor COVID-19 patients who have died

  4th Ave Spring Street Fair canceled in person and virtually

AZDHS to accept ‘early applicants’ for marijuana establishments through March 9

UPDATE: Tucson police identify man killed in Sunday motorcycle crash

Police say failure to yield from a stop sign and impairment are the main contributing factors in this collision.

AZDHS says COVID vaccine side effects are more common after second dose

PCSD at the scene of possible domestic violence situation north of Tucson

UPDATE: Unexploded ordnance removed near Sahuarita

  Pima, Maricopa counties lift restrictions of crematoriums, Medical Examiner’s office holds overflow remains

U of A Police Dept. gets more than $26K in grants