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Phoenix distributes help to refugee businesses, but other immigrant groups left out

The City of Phoenix has helped about 40 refugee and asylee-owned businesses navigate the economic crisis due the COVID-19 pandemic through grants funded with...

State revenues again exceed pessimistic projections

State revenues continued to exceed projections amid the pandemic and economic slump, a positive sign as newly elected and re-elected lawmakers prepare to head...

Legislative leaders say hearing announced by Trump campaign is news to them

President Donald Trump’s campaign announced that Arizona and two other states had scheduled legislative hearings to look into allegations surrounding the 2020 general election,...

New Phoenix mural honors victims of police violence

A community group that advocates for police reforms and for families of people who died after encounters with the Phoenix Police Department unveiled a...

Arizona breaks weekly record for new COVID cases

Arizona has set a new record for the number of cases of COVID-19 reported in a seven-day period, with over 25,000 cases being reported...
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AZGOP Chair Kelli Ward is making up claims about ‘hidden’ precinct voting data

Arizona Republican Party Chairwoman Kelli Ward falsely accused Maricopa County of hiding election data that political parties get special access to and that is readily available to the public on the county’s website.
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Few Arizonans get a flu shot: What does that mean for a COVID vaccine?

Arizona public health officials are readying for a rollout of a COVID-19 vaccine in the coming months, but data by health researchers on flu vaccinations suggests that Arizonans might opt not to seek out the vaccination. 

New election conspiracy centers on email from an election official reminding workers of a...

The right-wing Twittersphere continues to be outraged that Maricopa County voters were handed Sharpie markers to fill out their ballots on Election Day, and has now incorrectly seized on an email from a county election official as “evidence” that the markers were intended to cheat President Donald Trump out of reelection.

Great Hearts Academies students and parents were victims of data breach

An unknown number of students at Great Hearts Academies and their parents had their names and contact information stolen by a hacker in a ransomware attack earlier this year, Arizona Mirror has learned. 

Lindsey Graham asked Ducey about Arizona election processes

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham, a close ally of President Donald Trump, spoke twice with Gov. Doug Ducey in the days after the election, part of a series of calls the South Carolina Republican made to inquire about the election in swing states that former Vice President Joe Biden won.
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