26 February 2020
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Arizona News Top Stories

The college's decision comes after the U.S. Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention [CDC] announced that South Korea was elevated to a Level 3 Warning regarding the coronavirus.
Here’s what you need to know before making a decision.
In Phoenix, the poster was delivered to a magazine journalist.
Mottern "punched, thrashed and kicked at the police K-9 for several moments," according to court documents.
Court records show he had put almost 31 pounds of coke in a storage locker in Phoenix in November, 2019.
“His death prevents this process here on earth and brings sadness, anger and hurt on many levels,” reads the statement from the Diocese of Phoenix.
The Arizona’s Family Authority Facebook group was buzzing this morning after some people spotted what appeared to be a fireball streaking across the early morning sky.
There are still a lot of undecided Democratic voters in Arizona.

World News Top Stories

Scotland is the first nation in the world to do so, and the U.S. could be next.
There is a run on masks and other protective equipment as concern over the coronavirus grows. U.S. forces in South Korea have raised their alert level to “high” after more than 1,200 infections were confirmed in that country with one American soldier testing positive. Meg Oliver reports.
Hundreds more COVID-19 cases confirmed in South Korea, including a U.S. troop, as death toll nears 3,000 and a CDC warning weighs heavy on stock markets.
Prince Harry is back in Britain for his farewell tour as a senior member of the royal family. While the split has largely been seen as harmonious, some experts suggest that the details reveal a more acrimonious break up. Holly Williams reports.
The CDC has asked Americans to be prepared for the COVID-19 illness to spread in the United States.
A man from El Salvador was separated from his two children for 184 days, after Border Patrol accused him of being a gang member. His attorney said this happened after the "zero tolerance" immigration policy ended.
When Adolfo reached the U.S. border, he said Border Patrol accused him of being a gang member, despite having a letter from the government of El Salvador, showing he had no criminal history. He was separated from his children for 184 days anyway. Manuel Bojorquez has their story.
More new coronavirus cases were reported outside of China than inside the country on Wednesday — the first time since global health officials began tracking the virus.

National News Top Stories

“We’re very, very ready for this, for anything," the president said Wednesday.
Jada Pinkett Smith told the rapper that the CBS host had also been invited to take a seat at the red table.
Research by the Phoenix-based newspaper suggests readers find endorsements alienating and “blur the way they view our news stories.”
Amid the growing COVID-19 outbreak, Catholic churches in Italy and the Philippines took steps to protect the faithful.
The pontiff said "We live in an atmosphere polluted by too much verbal violence, too many offensive and harmful words, which are amplified by the internet."
The bill, which was named after Till, comes 120 years after Congress first considered anti-lynching legislation and after dozens of similar efforts were defeated.
The Voter Protection Project is spending $250,000 to help Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar fight a challenge from his left.
Milwaukee police found six people dead at the Molson Coors campus, including the shooter, who was an active employee.

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