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Arizona Utilities Offer Coronavirus Relief To Customers

2020欧洲杯赛事 Arizona electric companies are committing to not shutting off electricity due to inability to pay during the coronavirus pandemic.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Emissions Test Waivers For Seniors Amid Coronavirus

Arizona seniors are getting a break on emissions tests in an effort to reduce the risk of the coronavirus.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Phoenix To Limit Access On Trails For Social Distancing

The department will increase visibility of park rangers and city staff at those locations to resolve issues with vehicle and foot traffic.


By Press Release Desk, News Partner

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City Of Phoenix César Chávez Holiday Notice

2020欧洲杯赛事 ​​​I​​n addition to temporary closures as a result of the Coronavirus health emergency, City of Phoenix offices will be closed on March 31.


By Press Release Desk, News Partner

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Phoenix Provides Food To Public Housing Residents In Face Of Coronavirus

The pantry provided food to 187 families, 50 senior households and included 474 bags of food- (two for each family).


By Press Release Desk, News Partner

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Arizona Utilities Offer Coronavirus Relief To Customers

Arizona electric companies are committing to not shutting off electricity due to inability to pay during the coronavirus pandemic.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

Phoenix  |  News  |  
Phoenix  |  News  |  

Coronavirus Social Distancing Scoreboard: How Maricopa Is Doing

2020欧洲杯赛事 A new scoreboard developed by Unacast grades each U.S. state and county on how well its residents are practicing social distancing.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Latest Phoenix Coronavirus Updates

New numbers out of Maricopa County show 299 cases of the coronavirus and four deaths. Testing is available for some in Phoenix.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

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Tucson  |  News  |  

Woman Hit And Killed Crossing Tucson Street: Police

The woman suffered fatal injuries when she was hit by a car, police said. The driver stayed on the scene and cooperated with police.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

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Coronavirus: Fry's Food, Safeway, AZ Grocery Stores Adjust Hours

2020欧洲杯赛事 Albertson's, Costco and other grocery chains are adjusting hours to deal with the influx of shoppers spurred by the new coronavirus outbre


By Adam Eisenberg, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Covid-19 In Arizona: No Shelter-In-Place, Beware Of Home Remedies

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is not planning a statewide stay-at-home order despite neighboring states having done so.


By Cronkite News, News Partner

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Tucson's Most Expensive House Listing: 11 Baths, 2-Story Gym

Can you spare $7.9 million? Located on the Sonoran high desert, the home's "back yard" is over a million acres of protected national forest.


By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

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Across Arizona  |  News  |  

Coronavirus In Arizona: When Drive-Thru Testing Will Be Available

2020欧洲杯赛事 State health officials are working with Banner Health and others to increase the availability of testing for the new coronavirus.


By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Arizona Coronavirus Case Confirmed, Bringing U.S. Total To 5

2020欧洲杯赛事 Arizona public health officials confirmed a fifth U.S. case of the new coronavirus. The person recently traveled to Wuhan, China.


By Beth Dalbey, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Kissing Bug Confirmed In Arizona, CDC Warning Phoenix

The “kissing bug," which can transmit the fatal Chagas disease, has been reported in Arizona, the Centers for Disease Control warns Phoenix.


By Brian Hanna, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

United Flight 'Slammed' Brakes At 130 MPH Before Takeoff

2020欧洲杯赛事 A United passenger from Phoenix to Newark, N.J. said the pilot told passengers they were nearly airborne when they had to abort.


By Geoff Dempsey, Patch Staff

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Phoenix  |  News  |  

Phoenix School Calendar 2018-19: First Day Of School, Vacations

When's the first day of school in Phoenix? Plus, other must-know dates for students, parents and teachers.


By Rosie Purdy, Patch Staff

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Woman Jumps From Christ Hospital Parking Tower: Police

2020欧洲杯赛事 An Evergreen Park woman has died after jumping from the parking tower at Advocate Christ Medical Center, police said.


By Lorraine Swanson, Patch Staff

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Chicago  |  News  |  

Infant Dies Of Coronavirus As Illinois Death Toll Rises To 47

"There has never before been a death of COVID-19 associated with an infant," Illinois Department of Health Director Ngozi Ezike said.


By Lisa Marie Farver, Patch Staff

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Milford  |  News  |  

CT Coronavirus: Changes For Gun, Grocery, Retail Stores

Gov. Ned Lamont announced new restrictions for gun stores, social gatherings and more amid the Connecticut coronavirus pandemic.


By Brian McCready, Patch Staff

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Moorestown  |  News  |  

Gov. Murphy Announces NJ 'Stay-At-Home' Order Due To Coronavirus

WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy ordered non-essential NJ retail businesses to close and he banned gatherings. Here are the latest updates.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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Boston  |  News  |  

MA Stay-At-Home Advisory Issued, Nonessential Businesses To Close

Advisory will go into effect Tuesday at noon and remain until April 7. Public transportation, grocery stores and pharmacies to remain open.


By Mike Carraggi, Patch Staff

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NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

2020欧洲杯赛事 Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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NJ Coronavirus Updates: Here's What You Need To Know

Here are the latest developments on the impact of the coronavirus in New Jersey.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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PA State Wine, Liquor Stores To Close Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

All Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery counties will close Tuesday 'until further notice.'


By Kara Seymour, Patch Staff

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Moorestown  |  News  |  

Gov. Murphy Announces NJ 'Stay-At-Home' Order Due To Coronavirus

WATCH: Gov. Phil Murphy ordered non-essential NJ retail businesses to close and he banned gatherings. Here are the latest updates.


By Tom Davis, Patch Staff

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New York City  |  News  |  

Live Cam Of April The Giraffe, Baby Calf Goes Dark: Watch An Adorable Replay

2020欧洲杯赛事 Here's video of April the giraffe and her new calf bonding at the Animal Adventure Park in upstate NY.


By Simone Wilson, Patch Staff

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Drink Any of These Calif. Wines? They Contain Poisonous Arsenic, Class-Action Suit Alleges

Suit alleges winemakers knowingly sell arsenic-contaminated wines such as Menage a Trois, Sutter Home, Wine Cube, Charles Shaw, and Beringer


By Renee Schiavone, Patch Staff

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Alameda  |  Neighbor News  |  

Please Don't Help My Kids

2020欧洲杯赛事 "I am not sitting here, 15 whole feet away from my kids, because I am too lazy to get up and help them climb the ladder. . ."


By Kate Bassford Baker, Patch Contributor

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