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Statewide Survey: Senate Leans Democratic, Presidential Race a Toss Up

by on July 2, 2020 0

Data Orbital recently announced the results of its latest statewide, live-caller survey of likely general election voters. The survey was conducted from June 27-29, 2020. In the U.S. Senate Race, Democrat Mark Kelly came in at 47.6% to Republican Martha McSally’s 40.8%. 9.5% of respondents are still undecided, with 2.4% leaning Kelly, 1.9% leaning McSally, and […]

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Valley Gyms Fight Back Against Governor Ducey’s Orders

by on July 1, 2020 0

Governor Ducey’s new executive order closing gyms is not sitting well with business owner. Tom Hatten, founder and CEO of Mountainside Fitness, said during a press conference Monday that the governor’s move is “arbitrary” and lacks clarity. Hatten announced he intends to file a lawsuit against Governor Ducey in response to his executive order closing […]

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Children Pool Safety For 4th of July Weekend

by on July 1, 2020 0

Fourth of July weekend is only a few days away and with fireworks shows getting cancelled because of COVID-19 concerns, more people may find a home pool to cool off and celebrate. However, to do so safely, it’s important to remember the ABC’s of water safety. A: Active Adult Supervision B: Barriers – make sure […]

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Stamp Out Hunger Online Fundraiser

by on July 1, 2020 0

The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona is not letting the pandemic stop them from helping the community. Especially during the annual Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, which was postponed from its original May 9th start date. Normally, the Stamp Out Hunger Drive allows communities to leave food donations by their mailbox for letter carriers […]

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North Rim of Grand Canyon to Reopen for Day Use

by on July 1, 2020 0

The North Rim of the Grand Canyon will reopen Tuesday for day use, national park officials announced. The gate will be opened at 6 a.m. and services will be limited on the Kaibab Plateau as the Mangum Fire continues to burn but has reached 63% containment. The blaze has eaten through more than 71,000 acres. […]

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Should Your Child Wear a Face Mask?

by on June 29, 2020 0

As Arizona cities and school districts make rules when it comes to face coverings, how should you talk to your kids about pandemic safety? Two Valley doctors have some recommendations when it comes to those tough, but necessary conversations.  “As far as older kids are concerned, I think that’s an opportunity for parents to talk […]

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Coronavirus Cases Surging in Young People

by on June 29, 2020 0

Coronavirus infections are climbing rapidly among young Americans in a number of states where bars, stores and restaurants have reopened. It’s a disturbing generational shift that puts young people in greater peril than many realize and poses an even bigger danger to the older people who cross their paths. National figures show that almost as […]

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