The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
The patients have been linked to a mix of both international travel and community spread.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport officials have announced that travelers will be required to wear face coverings effective June 1.
A recent survey conducted by Honeywell Aerospace found that travelers want some reassurance that the plane they're getting on is clean and safe.
Hundreds of thousands are receiving unemployment benefits in Arizona, but tens of thousands more are still waiting as the Department of Economic Security (DES) has struggled to keep up with the unprecedented demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
According to its "Roadmap for Reopening Schools," the department says it is presenting "strategies and considerations" to public and private schools, as well as local educational agencies, to prepare for the 2020-21 school year.
A handful of cadets from the U.S. Military Academy Class of 2020 who were expected to attend a graduation ceremony where President Donald Trump is scheduled to serve as the commencement speaker this month have tested positive for the novel coronavirus.
Protests erupting across the nation over the past week — and law enforcement's response to them — are threatening to upend efforts by health officials to track and contain the spread of coronavirus.
ISM Manufacturing rose to 43.1 in May.
In Minneapolis, Floyd’s brother, Terrence, made an emotional plea at the site where Floyd was pinned to the pavement by an officer who put his knee on the handcuffed black man's neck until he stopped breathing.
Stephanie Byrd agonized over temporarily laying off nearly the entire staff at her family’s trio of Detroit businesses when the coronavirus pandemic hit.
Federal health authorities have received reports of nearly 26,000 nursing home residents dying from COVID-19, according to materials prepared for the nation's governors.
The state Department of Health Services confirmed 187 additional cases with 11 more known deaths as of Monday, increasing the total number of cases statewide to 20,123 and the total number of deaths to 917.
An incarcerated person from California Institution for Men in San Bernardino County has died because of complications related to COVID-19, according to the California Department of Corrections.
Georgia has administered more than 560,000 COVID-19 tests with more than 2,000 deaths reported across the state, according to data released by the Department of Public Health.
A man in Pennsylvania sang to his ailing father who had been suffering from dementia and battling from COVID-19.
A medical company that makes masks that repel germs and bacteria has built a new production facility in the Valley. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the details.
As restaurants reopen for dine-in services, some people are still worried about sitting in a public place amid COVID-19. The Sicilian Baker in Chandler has expanded its grab-and-go options, so you can get great food, but eat at your own home.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf said she has never seen the level of unrest like this around the country. Still, she said she was not ready to impose a curfew, despite the arrest of 60 people on Sunday night involved in "criminal activity," because of the historic symbolism of oppression against people of color.
He is the first prison officer to die of the virus in the state. As of Friday, there were 1,010 prisoners in the state system who have active cases of coronavirus, and 148 employees, according to the agency.