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Tularemia, or rabbit fever, confirmed in Coconino County

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
The Coconino County Public Health Services District announced last week that a human case of tularemia, also known as rabbit fever or deer fly fever, was confirmed in the Flagstaff area of Coconino County. The individual died from the illness.
There have been four human cases of tularemia in Coconino County since 2005, two confirmed cases in 2005 and two

Convention delegates show lukewarm support for McCain re-election

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
CLEVELAND, When Arizona delegates to the Republican National Convention were asked Thursday how many would not vote for Sen. John McCain in next month's primary, more than half of their hands went up.
The question stunned veteran pollster Frank Luntz, who had asked it as part of a presentation on the last day of the convention on the challenges facing

Arizona official says proposed school regulations could be a problem

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 27th, 2016
WASHINGTON, An Arizona school superintendent testified that, without changes, proposed regulations implementing the law to replace No Child Left Behind could throw the state back into an "unfortunate" debate like the one over Common Core.
Dysart Unified School District Superintendent Gail Pletnick was part of a panel of local education officials who told the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions

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