Straining under record numbers of COVID-19 patients, hundreds of the nation’s intensive care units are running out of space and supplies and competing to hire temporary traveling nurses at soaring rates.
According to Arizona Department of Health Services, 86 applications have been approved as of Jan. 22nd. Four are in Pima County, and the only one to start recreational sales Friday was Harvest House of Cannabis at 2734 East Grant Road.
On Friday, Jan. 22, the Arizona Department of Health Services approved 79 applications from establishments seeking to legally sell marijuana. The application period began on Jan. 20, and officials say six applications are still under review.
According to introduced bill, the legislature intends to provide unborn children equal protection under Arizona laws, and establish that unborn fetuses at any stage of development should be protecting against abortion.
As TMC worked to fix the glitch, health leaders decided to call law enforcement personnel on a curated list to come to the Tucson Convention Center to receive the vaccine, so the doses would not go to waste.
According to a news release, Ducey’s broadband proposal is a central element of the state spending plan announced on Jan. 15. It includes investing $33.1 million to install broadband conduit and fiber from Flagstaff to the California border along I-40.
GOP members expressed their gratitude for Wards’ service to the party, applauding her commitment to the leadership role. However, according to the letter KOLD obtained, officials believe the Republican Party’s future “must establish a new direction for our organization that can and will win races ac
This pilot is based on the Higher Ground system Restart SMART (Stronger, Mindful, Agile and Aware, Resilient and Trauma-Responsive). The partnership for the on-campus effort provides a higher level of employee peace-of-mind during the pandemic. It provides educational, emotional and social learning