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PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Earlier this week, U.S. District Court Judge Roslyn Silver ruled that Arizona is denying the constitutional rights of people in state prisons regarding providing adequate health care. “I’m really hoping that this ruling will actually change what’s going on inside,” ACLU Arizona organizer Kara Janssen said. Janssen works for the Arizona …

PHOENIX (KABC) — Just when you think they’ll PIT a pursuit suspect, police deploy an unexpected technology to end the chase. It happened in and around Phoenix, Arizona Friday afternoon. Police looked like they were going in for a PIT maneuver – something that’s seen many times, only in this case, they deployed what appears …

Back to Listing June 14, 2021 In fiscal year 2020, research expenditures at Arizona’s public universities increased year-over-year by $55.1 million or 3.8 percent to $1.488 billion. Collectively, the universities exceeded the board’s research expenditure metric goal by nearly $95 million. The board approved the Fiscal Year 2020 ABOR Research and Technology …

Doctors worry about a new strain of COVID-19 that could be targeting younger people. PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Health officials are raising concerns about a new COVID-19 variant that is more transmissible. The B.1.617.2 strain, officially known as the Delta variant, was detected in Arizona. TGen, a …

Google Workspace VP and general manager Javier Soltero discusses the impact of Google’s technology on the future of remote work. An ongoing lawsuit against Google by the Arizona attorney general’s office, which alleges that the tech behemoth has continued to collect location information even when users had turned tracking off, has revealed that some of …

Health officials, community members go door-to-door promoting COVID-19 vaccine in Arizona Community members are working with AZDHS officials to go door to door in outreach efforts that also aim to combat misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine. PHOENIX – A shift is taking place in how Arizona is working to provide the COVID-19 vaccine to its …

PHOENIX (AP) — The top Republicans in Arizona’s largest county gave an impassioned defense of their handling of the 2020 election Monday, calling on fellow members of the GOP and business leaders to speak out against an unprecedented partisan election audit. The GOP-dominated Maricopa County Board of Supervisors cast the audit as a sham that’s …

The Arizona Democratic Party and the lone Democrat on the GOP-controlled Maricopa County Board of Supervisors sued the state Senate and the contractor overseeing the election audit, Cyber Ninjas, Thursday. They want the recount of the 2020 presidential election won by President Joe Biden halted unless they get guarantees that voter privacy and ballot secrecy …

Technology-related employment in Arizona is poised to accelerate in 2021 and could reach nearly 263,000 workers by year’s end, according to CompTIA, the nonprofit association for the information technology (IT) industry and workforce. CompTIA’s Cyberstates 2021™ report released today projects an increase of more than 6,900 net new tech-related jobs in Arizona this year, a 2.7% growth rate. …

SAN ANTONIO — Arizona Wildcats women’s basketball coach Adia Barnes said Saturday that she has nothing to apologize for after she used a middle finger and an expletive in a postgame huddle with her team in the joyous moments following a 69-59 win over UConn in the Final Four. The moment, caught on ESPN cameras, …