Ducey doles out $115M CARES Act funds to universities

A program at the University of Arizona to test 250,000 people to see if they’re immune to COVID-19 hasn’t gotten the public demand that was expected.

Ducey fires agency director who defended tax hike

The head of the state Department of Revenue was ousted December 29, the apparent victim of taking a legal position on a new tax contrary to that of Gov. Doug Ducey, his boss.

State Supreme Court rejects GOP bid to void election

State tax collector wants Prop 208 to take effect

The state Department of Revenue wants a judge to quash efforts by business interests and some Republican legislators to keep a new tax to fund education from taking effect.

The state’s high court late Tuesday threw out a bid by the head of the state Republican Party to void the results of the presidential race.

State’s oldest residents elevated on list for first COVID-19 immunizations

Arizona’s oldest residents are going to be moved up on the list of who gets the first COVID-19 immunizations.

COVID-19 vaccinations have started 

The COVID-19 vaccine has arrived which means the end of this pandemic is in sight. We are committed to full transparency, so we’ll keep you informed on everything related to the vaccine and what you can do to keep you and your loved ones safe. 

Because the initial vaccine supply is limited, we’ve started administering it to frontline health care workers and they will continue to be the first to receive it. Watch this video of our first health care workers getting vaccinated.