Trump Returns To AZ With Rallies In Bullhead City, Goodyear
After a noon rally in Bullhead City, President Donald Trump hit the campaign trail in Goodyear. Arizona is one of several states Trump won in 2016 where he’s now on the defensive. It was the president’s seventh visit to the state in 2020.
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ADHS Issues New Guidance On When To Recommend Distance Learning
The Arizona Department of Health Services has updated its guidance on when schools should pull back from in-person instruction.
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After More Than A Month, Ducey Will Brief Media On AZ COVID-19 Spread
Ducey held nearly weekly briefings on COVID-19 throughout spring and summer, but he has not met with reporters specifically to discuss the virus since Sept. 24.
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How The Maricopa County Attorney Hoarded $400,000 In Guns
The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office purchased $400,000 worth of rifles and ammunition during the tenure of former boss Bill Montgomery, now an Arizona Supreme Court Justice.
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Phoenix ER Doc Reflects On Whats Changed Since Pandemic Began
This week on The Show, as we’re facing a second wave of COVID here and around the world, we’re going back to some of the voices we spoke with early on on this pandemic, including Valley emergency room physician Dr. Benjamin Reeser.
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CA Youth Sports Teams Finding Home Field Advantage — In Yuma
California’s loss is turning into Yuma’s gain, at least when it comes to youth sports. The Show spoke with Kimberly Kahl, executive director of the Yuma County Chamber of Commerce, about what kind of activity the area has seen in terms of teams coming from California to play in Yuma.
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U.S. Hospitals Targeted In Rising Wave Of Ransomware Attacks, Federal Agencies Say
An alert warns hospitals and healthcare providers that there is "credible information of an increased and imminent cybercrime threat."
It May Be Too Late To Mail Back Your Ballot. Election Officials Stress Other Options
Election experts say there is no longer enough time to ensure ballots sent through the mail will be delivered in time. They're encouraging voters to deliver their ballots by hand or vote in person.
Philadelphia Issues Curfew As It Braces For More Protests In Walter Wallace Shooting
Mayor Jim Kenney ordered the curfew amid unrest after the fatal police shooting of the 27-year-old Black man. The city's police commissioner says bodycam footage will be released "in the near future."
'None Of This Has Been Easy': Melbourne, Australia, Ends Its 111-Day Lockdown
The city recorded zero new coronavirus cases on Monday, for the first time since June. "Now is the time to congratulate every single Victorian for staying the course," said the state's top official.
Dodgers 3rd Baseman Tests Positive For COVID-19 — Then Celebrates With Teammates
Justin Turner was pulled from Game 6 of the World Series game when his COVID-19 test came back positive. But when the Dodgers won, he joined in the gaiety — and now faces a "full investigation."