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KJZZ.org's Top 5 Most-Viewed Stories Of 2020

The KJZZ News team has spent the past year — and what a year it's been — reporting on breaking news, COVID-19, business, science, the border and more around the state.

Here is a look back at the five most-viewed stories on KJZZ.org in 2020.

1.  Air Force, Guard Jets Perform Phoenix Flyover To Honor Responders

Over a dozen U.S. Air Force and Arizona Air National Guard aircraft in April conducted a flyover above metro Phoenix to honor health care workers and others responding to public needs during the coronavirus pandemic. KJZZ staff captured video of the eventfrom all over the Valley.

2.  Map: Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus Disease In Arizona

Since March, KJZZ's Murphy Woodhouse has been keeping track of coronavirus cases around Arizona. The statistics are still be updated weekly by county.

3.  Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport Braces For 'Most Severe Shock'

In March, the Phoenix's aviation director told Phoenix City Council members that the impact of the coronavirus would be the most severe shock Sky Harbor Airport had ever experienced. 

4.  Q&AZ: There Are Dozens Of Arizona Judges On My Ballot. How Do I Know Who To Vote For?

In October, a KJZZ listener wanted to know how to make sense of all the judges listed on her mail-in ballot and decide which judges she wanted to vote to retain. 

5.  List Of Arizona Schools Closed Over Coronavirus Concerns

Gov. Doug Ducey and Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman announced in mid-March that all schools in Arizona would be closed starting March 16. KJZZ built a list of school districts that opted to close before that announcement. 

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