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Increased home sales and lower inventory continue to drive up housing costs in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Maricopa County’s median sales price is now $28,000 higher more than the national median.
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Phoenix Posts Its Hottest Summer And Autumn In City History
After having the hottest summer in its history this year, Phoenix now has had its hottest autumn ever. National Weather Service officials said Phoenix posted an average high temperature of 93.2 degrees from Sept. 1 through Nov. 30.
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Alleged ‘Intellectual Author’ Of 2019 Massacre Faces Murder Charges
Mexican authorities say they have arrested a key player in a grisly November 2019 massacre in Sonora, Arizona’s neighbor to the south. After a weekend hearing, the man — identified only as Roberto by the Attorney General’s Office — is facing murder charges.
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Sonora’s Governor Pleads For Help Resolving Highway Blockades
In a letter to federal authorities, Gov. Claudia Pavlovich says the blockades, in which members of Yaqui indigenous communities obstruct motorists and request payment for passage, are a risk to drivers.
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Next Step Set For This Month In Oak Flat Copper Mine Deal
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UA Leads First Statewide Study On COVID-19 Risk Factors
University of Arizona College of Public Health's goal is to get the answers to some of the most important long-term questions about the virus: Who’s most at risk for getting really sick from it? What are the long term health ramifications of it for them? What puts people at even greater risk after they test positive?

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The pandemic is a major reason, but the number of international students has been falling for years.
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A British regulatory agency approved the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine Wednesday. It could be dispersed within days to the neediest people, government officials said.
On Twitter And TikTok, Biden Grandchildren May Offer Viral View Of White House Life
Presidential children and grandchildren are often shielded from the public eye, but that's changing. Joe Biden's grandchildren and Kamala Harris' stepchildren have their own personas on social media.
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A bipartisan group of Senators is proposing a nearly $908 billion compromise relief bill with millions of Americans about to fall off a cliff when benefits expire this month.
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A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 1 million globally.