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Arizona Corporation Commission votes to strengthen policies on power disconnection

On April 14 the commission voted 3-2 to preliminarily approve a package of measures regulating when utilities can shut off service for nonpayment. ... Read more»0

TGen is testing cats and dogs in Arizona for COVID-19

The Translational Genomics Research Institute has launched a new project with the Arizona Department of Health Services to better understand how COVID-19 affects pets. There is no critical evidence to suggest pets can transmit the virus to humans, but pets can transmit the virus to other animals. So far, more than 120 pets have tested positive for COVID-19 nationwide, according to representatives of TGen, a nonprofit medical research institute with divisions in Phoenix and Flagstaff.... Read more»0

Art installation honors thousands of Arizonans who’ve died of COVID-19

Two organizations – Marked by COVID and the Floral Heart Project – came together Monday with New York artist Kristina Libby to commemorate those thousands of lost lives with a visual art display called Heart Bleed. The installation at the Arizona Heritage Center in Papago Park is to help Arizonans remember and pay their respects to the more than 16,000 Arizonans that have died from COVID-19 over the past year.... Read more»0