Arizona police: Gunman said he wanted ‘respect’

Police in a Phoenix suburb on Thursday said a 20-year-old suspect in a shooting at a shopping and entertainment district told police he wanted to gain respect because he had been bullied. (May 21)

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Police: shooting near Arizona retail area wounds 3

Police say one person is in critical condition and two others were injured in a shooting near a popular shopping and entertainment district west of Phoenix. A Glendale police spokeswoman said Wednesday that the suspect was taken into custody safely. (May 21)

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Here’s the latest for Wednesday May 20th: Trump calls malaria drug study fake; Biden calls Trump absolutely irresponsible; Floods force evacuations in Michigan; Arizona wildfire largely contained.

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Ariz. to lift stay-home order, allow gyms to open

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday he’ll let gyms and public swimming pools reopen and will allow his stay-at-home order to expire as he continues allowing normal activities to resume amid the coronavirus outbreak. (May 12)

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Live and Let Die: Trump wears goggles but no mask at factory tour | AFP

President Donald Trump on Tuesday made his first major foray out of the White House since the coronavirus lockdown began, visiting a mask making factory in Arizona. The Guns N’ Roses version of ‘Live and Let Die’ blared in the background as Trump toured the facility.

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Without mask, Trump tours Arizona face mask plant

President Donald Trump traveled to Phoenix, Arizona on where he toured a Honeywell plant that’s making N95 respirator masks. Trump had said he’d be willing to don a face mask, but wound up wearing only goggles. (May 5)

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Trump heads to Phoenix to tour Honeywell plant

President Donald Trump is going back on the road, visiting Arizona to see a Honeywell facility that makes N95 masks, after rarely leaving White House grounds during the coronavirus pandemic. (May 5)

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Trump pushes reopening, calls Americans ‘warriors’

Heading to Arizona to visit a Honeywell factory that makes respirator masks, President Donald Trump urged Americans to consider themselves “as warriors,” in the fight against the coronavirus. “Our country has to open,” Trump said. (May 5)

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Trump hopes ‘good old-fashioned’ mass rallies return soon | AFP

US President Donald Trump says he’ll resume flying around the country from next week and looks forward to holding “wild” campaign rallies as soon as he can. Speaking at a roundtable discussion with industry executives on “Opening Up America Again” at the White House, Trump tells reporters that he is “going to Arizona next week and we look forward to that.”

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Protesters want Arizona to ‘re-open’ amid virus outbreak

Protesters who want restrictions in Arizona stemming from the coronavirus pandemic to end gathered in downtown Phoenix Monday. The rally was orgnized by opponents of the state’s business closures. (April 20)

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Arizona guard aids food banks amid virus outbreak

Arizona National Guard troops have been providing aid to food banks in the state as part of their mission during the coronavirus pandemic. In Pima County, they were picking up and delivering fresh produce to food banks in the area on Wednesday. (April 16)

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Arizona guard ships fabric for medical gowns

A nonprofit group in Arizona is making medical-grade gowns to support efforts of the medical community in the state responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. Delivery of fabric for the gowns was made possible by the Arizona Air National Guard. (April 14)

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National Guard troops assist Arizona food banks

The Arizona National Guard is helping food banks in northern Arizona pack and distribute food to people who may not be able to afford it during the coronavirus pandemic. (April 8)

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US small businesses hit hard by virus impact

An Arizona caterer and event planner is feeling the impact of the virus pandemic, with almost all of her events cancelled or postponed. (April 2)

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Trump’s Dangerous Coronavirus Name Game is Part of a Long, Crazy History

For the second day in a row, President Trump opened a press conference today devoted to an outbreak that has now killed more than 200 Americans without saying the word “coronavirus.” Instead, he substituted his chosen name: “The Chinese Virus.”

Other Republicans are also racing to rebrand the virus that causes COVID-19. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has called it “Chinese Coronavirus,” while Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar is trying to make “Wuhan Virus” a thing. One White House official even allegedly referred to the global pandemic as “Kung-Flu.”

The World Health Organization intentionally avoids this, and advises against any possible nickname for a disease that calls up people, places, groups, or even professions, because those names can create a stigma. Even the Trump-appointed director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Robert Redfield, told the House in a hearing that using location-specific labels for the virus is “absolutely wrong and inappropriate.”

There is a long, inglorious history of naming diseases after disdained groups. In 1495, Russians called a syphilis outbreak the Polish Disease, the Polish called it the German Disease, and the French and Italians named it after each other. The 1918 flu pandemic that infected over a quarter of the world’s population is still referred to as “The Spanish Flu,” even though there is no consensus on where that outbreak originated. Spain just happened to have the most reliable reporting at the time, as other countries censored their press to boost morale during World War I. Because Spain reported the first illness-related death, it got stuck with the name.

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AP Analysis: Biden sweeps Tuesday primaries

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden swept Tuesday’s primaries in Florida, Illinois and Arizona amid the chaos of coronavirus pandemic. (March 18)

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Trump says postponing US elections ‘unnecessary’ | AFP

US President Donald Trump says postponing US elections is “unnecessary” when responding to a question about the Democratic primaries taking place in four US states on Tuesday. Ohio’s governor is seeking to postpone the presidential nominating contest. Illinois, Florida and Arizona still look to be moving forward with the vote. SOUNDBITE N°1PY29F

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Amid coronavirus outbreak, Floridians cast ballots

Florida is pushing forward with Tuesday’s primary election, although the virus outbreak is causing headaches as polling places are moved and workers drop out. Illinois, Ohio and Arizona elections will also go on as planned. (March 16)

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Bernie Sanders says he plans to take part in Democratic debate on Sunday | AFP

“On Sunday, I very much look forward to the debate in Arizona with my friend, Joe Biden,” says Bernie Sanders. Pressure was mounting on Sanders to end his campaign as Biden inflicted defeats in Mississippi, Missouri, Idaho and Michigan, carving a clear path to becoming the Democratic standard bearer in a potentially bruising matchup with Trump. SOUNDBITE

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Meteor streaks across early morning Arizona sky

Early risers in Arizona were treated to a meteor streaking across the sky Wednesday. The meteor was seen to the north of Phoenix about 5:33 a.m. (Feb. 26)

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Family in SUV pulled from rushing flood waters

An Arizona family and their dog narrowly avoided being swept away after their SUV got stuck in rushing floodwaters. Dramatic video from Saturday night’s rescue shows the family of five holding onto the roll cage of the SUV. (Feb. 24)

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Trump rally in Arizona: yelling and name calling

Trump rally in Arizona: yelling and name calling

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100 miles of border wall built, US officials say

Acting U.S. Homeland Security chief Chad Wolf toured new border fencing structure in Yuma, Arizona Friday. He says a hundred miles of new structure along the border with Mexico is complete and that more is planned for 2020. (Jan. 10)

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Underclassmen thriving in college basketball

Underclassmen are thriving at point guard in college basketball, including Iowa State sophomore Tyrese Haliburton, Kansas sophomore Devon Dotson, Kentucky sophomore Ashton Hagans and Arizona freshman Nico Mannion. (Jan. 1)

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Cardinals’ Fitzgerald impressed by rookie QB Murray

Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald talks about rookie quarterback Kyler Murray’s first season. (Dec. 24)

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