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Pima County COVID curfew blocked by judge

Pima County's nightly coronavirus curfew has been blocked by a judge, who found that the December resolution of the Board of Supervisors to mitigate the rise in COVID-19 cases was "not statutorily authorized," and violated Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's executive orders. ... Read more»

Arizona posts new COVID-19 case record, as possible holiday surge looms

Arizona reported a record 10,322 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday, more than twice the previous high, as cases surged ahead of a holiday season that one health expert said could be a “real scary time.”... Read more»

Ducey lets statewide curfew expire, praises peaceful protests

Gov. Doug Ducey won’t extend the curfew he imposed a week ago in response to looting at Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall. The curfew, which required most Arizonans to remain in their homes from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. each night for the past week, expired Monday morning. ... Read more»

Az bars crowded despite COVID-19 restrictions, Ducey curfew

Despite social distancing guidelines being impossible to enforce at establishments that exist for face-to-face socializing, bars that serve food have found loopholes allowing them to reopen and stay open past curfew.... Read more»

Ducey told Trump 'the more aggressive approach does work’ against unruly protests

In a conference call in which President Donald Trump called governors "weak" for failing to respond to at times unruly protests against police violence and implored them to "dominate" protesters and rioters, Gov. Doug Ducey boasted about Arizona's "more aggressive" approach and earned praise from the president.... Read more»

No containment but still no curfew as coronavirus sweeps America

While conceding that America’s COVID-19 outbreak is not under control, President Donald Trump maintained Monday that there is no plan to issue a nationwide curfew.... Read more»