Trump, Biden go after each other on coronavirus, taxes

President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden scrapped over how to tame the raging coronavirus in Thursday’s final 2020 debate.

Trump posts ‘60 Minutes’ interview before it airs

The footage shows Trump growing increasingly prickly as anchor Lesley Stahl presses him on the coronavirus pandemic, his slipping support with suburban women and other issues.
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  CDC redefines COVID-19 close contact, adds brief encounters

The CDC advises anyone who has been in close contact with a COVID-19 patient to quarantine for two weeks.

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COVID-19 cases surging toward 1,000 a day, ASU expert warns

Dodgers host postseason drive-ins for fans during World Series games against Rays

Phoenix Rising FC reinstates coach Rick Schantz

TPD shuts down Old Vail Road following serious injury collision

Drivers are asked to use an alternate route if traveling in the area.
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  GOP-led Senate panel advances Barrett as Democrats boycott

Democratic senators refused to show up in protest of the GOP’s rush to install President Donald Trump’s nominee to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

Halloween isn’t canceled. Here’s what’s happening in Tucson

Report: NCAA to notify Arizona of formal allegations against basketball program

  Arizona reports 5,859 deaths from COVID-19; 635 in Pima County

UPDATE: Eastbound I-10 reopened after crash near Chandler

  School nurse shortage poses new challenge amid pandemic

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  Are you trick-or-treating this year? Here’s what Pima County Health recommends

  Tucson airport named ‘Star Facility’ for COVID-19 precautions

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Anonymous woman pays off day’s worth of birthday cakes in memory of son

The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, said she "wanted to spread positivity" after losing her son about a year ago.

SPORTS

NJCAA relieves student-athlete elegibility for 2020-21 sports seasons

NAU linebacker has spotlight in Biden ad during Monday Night Football

For Tristen Vance, addressing voters and sports fans directly is an opportunity to encourage others to be as productive as the pandemic will allow them be.

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  Asylum seekers calling on President Trump to remove ‘Remain in Mexico’ policy

  US spacecraft touches asteroid for rare rubble grab

  Rincon Market to become Flora’s Market Run

UPDATE: Police identify teen killed in Tucson south-side shooting

  UPDATE: Suspect identified in alleged attack on elderly women at Peter Piper Pizza

The suspect is now in custody.

Virtual learning poses unique challenges for Arizona’s 148,000 students in special ed programs

FHA gives needy homeowners more time to request assistance

Suspect arrested in stabbing at Santa Rita Park

  United Way’s Days of Caring includes virtual opportunities

Marana town manager resigns after six years