Una semana después de Halloween, los casos de COVID-19 en la comunidad de ASU están una vez más en aumento.
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One week after Halloween, reported active COVID-19 cases in the ASU community are once again on the rise.
Después de comenzar el año escolar con 900 casos activos de COVID-19 en la comunidad de ASU, la cantidad de infecciones positivas conocidas ha disminuido continuamente desde el 11 de enero.
After starting the school year with 900 active COVID-19 cases in the ASU community, the number of known positive infections has continuously decreased since Jan. 11.
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Tempe City Council unanimously approved a $2 million settlement to the family of Antonio Arce, the 14 year old who was killed by Tempe police in January 2019.
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After two years of service, College Bar & Grill will close its doors on Veterans Way and College Avenue for the last time Tuesday night.
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