GRAPHIC: Anger over police killings shatters US

Years of festering frustrations over the mistreatment of African Americans at the hands of police boiled over in expressions of rage met with tear gas and rubber bullets.
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  Pentagon ready to send troops to Minneapolis if state asks

Protests erupted in Minneapolis and spread across the country after the police killing of George Floyd.

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Casino Del Sol to reopen following COVID-19 closure

  Union: Dozens of Tucson UPS workers test positive for COVID-19

  Outdoor workers begin to deal with the Arizona summer heat

Fact Finders: Will a COVID-19 liability waiver hold up in court?

UPDATE: Missing Tucson woman found near home

Patricia Manning was located and will be reunited with her family.
  • Coronavirus

  Massive protests worldwide raise fears of new coronavirus outbreaks

Health experts fear that silent carriers of the virus who have no symptoms could unwittingly infect others at packed gatherings with people cheering and jeering, many without masks.

Fact Finders: Three things a liability waiver needs to have

Top lawmen in Tucson area respond to death of George Floyd

  Arizona schools to resume classes in fall

  Tips for Tucson helps service industry workers through virtual tip jar

Mobile home fire displaces five people

Debris fire spreads to attic of midtown home

Pima County deputies investigate shooting on Tucson’s southwest side

ACTION DAY: Excessive heat warning in effect for southern Arizona

  • National

  Tear gas and burning cars in US cities as unrest over police killings continues

The unrest followed the killing in Minnesota of George Floyd after a white officer pressed a knee into his neck while taking him into custody.

SPORTS

US: Transgender sports inclusion violates others’ rights

AP source: MLB owners approve plan to start season in July

Spring training would start in early to mid-June, said a person familiar with the decision.

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  Fourth of July celebrations will go on, but crowds must stay home

Authorities still searching for man last seen near Ina, Oracle roads

FTC: What to know about the Economic Impact Payment debit cards

  COVID-19 impacts on summer vacations plans

  No evidence suggests spread of virus will slow in high temperatures

It was thought early on in the pandemic that the spread may slow down when the summer months began to heat up as is the case with most seasonal viruses.
  • National

News reporters injured at demonstrations across US

A Fox News reporter was pummeled and chased by protesters who had gathered outside the White House early Saturday as part of nationwide unrest following the death of George Floyd.

UA testing app to trace COVID-19 cases on campus

  Tucson nurse shares her experience battling COVID-19 in New Jersey

AG Brnovich secures over $90,000 in restitution for victims of Dependable Auto in Tucson

Report: Rocky Point re-opens to residents