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Arizona’s largest electric utility is extending a moratorium on service disconnections because of the coronavirus pandemic though the end of 2020.

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Fewer than 40 percent of Arizonans say they’ll take a COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available. That’s according to a new poll from OH Predictive insights that surveyed likely voters last week.

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Populations of desert-dwelling Antelope Jackrabbits have remained relatively stable over the years in southern Arizona. But that is not the case for their high elevation cousins, the Black-tailed Jackrabbit. Their numbers are declining across the southwestern U.S., including on the Colorado Plateau.

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New projections from the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation show the chances of future water shortages on the Colorado River have risen sharply following a dry year. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports.


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Americans continue to grapple with isolation, job loss, and uncertainty as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. Health experts say that’s taking a toll on mental wellness. KNAU’s Angela Gervasi reports.

 


 

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