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Tempe Union High School officials took advantage of the fall break last week to help students who forget the passwords on their school-issued laptop.

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The state’s top health official testified last week that she cannot say when the current COVID-19 health emergency will be over, when the governor will rescind his orders or when Arizonans will be able to get their lives back.

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Arizona judges are free to sentence juveniles to what amounts to de facto life sentences despite U.S. Supreme Court rulings that appear to prohibit that, the state Supreme Court ruled unanimously last Friday.

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Thousands of students were to return yesterday to Tempe Union campuses and thousands more tomorrow as the district reopened classrooms for the first time since mid-March.

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The Foothills Club West Association board is leveling fines on the new owners of the golf course for not conforming to its land use regulations.

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The attorney for two Ahwatukee Lakes residents asked the U.S. Supreme Court to quickly reject golf course owner Wilson Gee’s request for a review of his case, calling his lawyer’s argument “a legal and historical absurdity.”

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