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Kaiser Health News spoke to several disease detectives about what reaching the peak level of cases means and under what conditions people can go back to work and school without fear of getting infected. Here’s what they said. Read more»

A kindergarten teacher at Soleng Tom Elementary lines her students up for their first day of school.

Among the tens of thousands of Tucson Unified School District students heading to school on Monday were pupils at Soleng Tom Elementary. Read more»


Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill Monday that would have required presidential candidates to provide their birth certificates to appear on the ballot, one that would have allowed guns to be carried on school grounds, and another that would have set up a health care compact with other states. (with documents) Read more» 8

Maria Barragan has a business in Mexico and a home in Arizona. Her three children, all U.S. citizens, attend school in Ajo. So when she received a letter from the school asking her to prove her residency and people started taking video of her children boarding the bus for school, she was confused. Read more» 1

Let's get things straight: I'm what you'd call a descriptive grammarian. When I'm wearing my cartoonist's hat, however, I feel no qualms whatsoever about elbowing just about anyone in the ribs. Read more» 1

Federal prosecutors have issued subpoenas in the case of a Pennsylvania school district accused of spying on students through their computers. District officials deny spying on students. Read more» 1

District officials in Pennsylvania allegedly spied on students via their laptops.

Laptop computers provided to students in a school district in Pennsylvania were allegedly used to spy on students. Read more»