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Two Arizona Inmates Test Positive for COVID-19, One After Multiple False Negatives

7 months ago by Elizabeth Whitman
"Both inmates are receiving appropriate medical care at their current locations," the Arizona Department of Corrections said.
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Hickman's Family Farms to House Arizona Inmate Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic

7 months ago by Elizabeth Whitman
Nearly 140 women will be moved from Perryville prison to facilities at Hickman's Family Farms so that the egg company has workers during the pandemic.
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Perryville Prison Inmates Strike Over Commissary Price Hike

3 years ago by Antonia Noori Farzan
Many of the women are getting paid as little as 10 cents an hour.
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Growing Up — Urban Farms Have the Potential to Transform Phoenix

7 months ago by Chris Malloy
A in-depth look at the many urban farms across greater Phoenix.
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'Open, Oozing Sores' Going Untreated at Perryville Women's Prison

4 years ago by Miriam Wasser
At least 100 women in the largest unit at Perryville women's prison in Goodyear are not being properly treated for "unexplained and unresolved rashes and skin conditions" that are leaving them with "open oozing sores on their legs, arms, and torsos," according to a May 31 letter from the nonprofit advocacy group Prison...
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ADOSH: No Safety Violations at Hickman's Egg Factory in Arlington

9 months ago by Elizabeth Whitman
Several inmates have been seriously injured while working at Hickman's in recent years.
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10 Ways Phoenix New Times Stories Changed the Valley in 2019

10 months ago by Meg O'Connor
For a small staff, the news team at Phoenix New Times gets big results.
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Marcia Powell Update: Her Guardian, the Cages, and a Friend from Perryville Speaks

12 years ago by Stephen Lemons
For those who haven't seen this, the AP is reporting that the Arizona Department of Corrections "has suspended the use of all outdoor holding cells while crews retrofit them to provide shade and water" following the heat-related demise of 48-year-old Marcia Powell. Of course, this comes too late for Powell,...
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Arizona Prison Food Was Labeled 'Not for Human Consumption,' Ex-Inmates Say

1 year ago by Elizabeth Whitman
By the time slices of deli meat arrived in prison, "it was already turning green," Sierra Bruce said.

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