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As COVID-19 booster shots expand and the U.S. awaits approval of vaccine use for children under the age of 12, Arizona public health experts aimed to dispel any and all prevalent COVID-19 vaccine and booster shot myths at a virtual town hall. more
College campuses offering health services to their student population and faculty members are experiencing high demand at a time when many are short-staffed, along the same lines as hospitals in the Valley. more
PHOENIX — Maricopa County is now giving its employees until Nov. 30 to get vaccinated in order to receive $100. At Wednesday’s regular meeting, the county’s Board of Supervisors … more
PHOENIX — Seeking to force the issue, a Southern Arizona lawmaker wants Attorney General Mark Brnovich to investigate whether parts of a new Tucson policy requiring workers to be vaccinated … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey contends the Tucson city council violated state law and one of his executive orders when it directed employees be vaccinated or lose their jobs. In a letter … more
GLENDALE — A Glendale location is one of many sites where West Valley residents can help reduce the risks of an ongoing health concern by giving blood. And that giving is needed, as blood … more
PHOENIX — Gov. Doug Ducey has no immediate plans for how — or even if — he will try to sanction the three state universities who are requiring faculty and staff to be vaccinated … more
ritish Airways has resumed flights between Phoenix and London, adding a big impact to the Valley’s international destinations. The flights began Aug. 31, and will complete three trips a … more
BUCKEYE — School districts in the Buckeye area have held their ground in efforts to minimize the active COVID-19 cases on campus — with a few recent adjustments. Monday, the governing … more
The novel coronavirus continues to wreak havoc on global supply chains, force hospitals across the nation to work at near-brink levels, and here in Arizona --- the COVID-19 virus has claimed more … more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Oct. 13 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Queen Creek and San Tan Valley at 26,463 in ZIP codes 85140, 85142 and 85143. That is an increase … more
The Tempe City Council will resume meeting in the Council Chambers, located at 31 E. Fifth Street, at its upcoming Oct. 14 meeting. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Oct. 13 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Florence at 8,072 in the 85132 ZIP code, an increase of 81 new cases from one week ago.  Last … more
As COVID-19 emptied college campuses of students in 2020, the smaller number of people gathered at Phoenix- area schools contributed to some twists and turns in campus crime data. more
The Tempe Streetcar project has been in the city’s sights for close to a decade, but Tempe will have to wait a little longer for that dream to come to fruition. more
The Arizona Department of Health Services on Oct. 6 reported the number of coronavirus cases in Florence at 7,991 in the 85132 ZIP code, an increase of 44 new cases from one week ago.  more
PHOENIX — A key federal official is telling Gov. Doug Ducey he cannot use COVID grant dollars to penalize schools that impose mask mandates. And if Ducey doesn't fix the problem, he is … more
Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine & Health Sciences is participating in a multi-state natural therapy research study for Post-Acute COVID-19 Syndrome, also called long-haul COVID or … more
A few Surprise businesses will be required to have employees vaccinated from the COVID-19 virus or require those who don’t to submit two negative COVID tests each week. more
HonorHealth is experiencing an “unprecedented” demand for care pushing upwards on its capacity, the Valley hospital system said in an Oct. 4 statement, citing COVID-19, RSV, West Nile … more
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