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California to phase out Division of Juvenile Justice, creating an opportunity for substantial reform
As California moves to phase out the Division of Juvenile Justice, counties have an opportunity to create community based solutions.
No cold elders: Volunteers provide firewood for Navajo families ahead of winter
Because many Navajo rely on firewood to heat their homes, volunteers with the nonprofit Chizh for Cheii provide elders across the reservation with free firewood.
Social media disinformation tactics that attempted to deceive Arizonans in the 2020 elections
Disinformation has been spread over social media throughout the 2020 election.
Voters, officials prepare for possible intimidation at the polls
Officials concerned over voter intimidation at the polls this year look to educate voters on what intimidation is and how to report it.
Data on COVID-19’s impact on schools is available from Maricopa County
The Maricopa County Department of Public Health provides information and guidance about the spread of COVID-19 in school communities.
Hydroxychloroquine’s effectiveness still debated after Trump’s COVID-19 diagnosis
After President Trump’s positive COVID-19 test, discussions have picked up regarding the effectiveness of hydroxychloroquine.
COVID-19 in Arizona: Ducey says state will remain open, prepare for fall
Ducey attributed an expected rise in cases to better testing, while the Navajo Nation locks down to prevent an outbreak and student mental health raises concerns across the Grand Canyon State.
California will allow former inmates to have records expunged so they can fight fires
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed into law legislation that will give inmates who worked in fire camps the chance to apply to have their records expunged immediately after they are released from custody.
As smoke chokes the West, California governor says fires show reality of climate change
Wildfires forced evacuations and caused at least 20 deaths as firefighters worked to beat back flames in California and beyond
Trump faces criticism on remarks about service members, Arizona Sen. John McCain
Arizona politicians and veterans responded to a story by The Atlantic which alleged that Trump referred to Americans who died in war as “losers” and “suckers,” among other remarks regarding veterans and service members.