Tangible Fitness in Phoenix opened its doors for business on Aug. 11 despite Governor Ducey's orders that gyms need to apply for reopening once a lower positivity rate is reached. The next day, the state health department demanded its closure. Tangible Fitness in Phoenix reopened despite governor's orders, state demanding its closure
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many families have lost their average income, meaning they also aren't able to buy as much food.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
Ellen L. Weintraub, a commissioner on the FEC, said voters should prepare for the possibility that we won’t know the full results on election night, but that doesn’t mean something has gone wrong.
The move came one day after the Big Ten and Pac-12 announced they would not play this fall. In the Big 12, fall sports will begin after Sept. 1 with the football schedule beginning league play Sept. 26. Schools also can play one non-conference opponent.
According to a survey from InCrowd, a medical research company, a majority of infectious disease experts believed it would likely take as long as a year before a coronavirus vaccine is widely available to the public after the vaccine’s approval.
A recent study suggests that people find mask wearers to be more trustworthy and socially desirable, despite being seen as ill.
Like many businesses, this Valley jewelry store has been forced to change its business model recently. FOX 10 Photojournalist Brian Kae gives us a look at the plexiglass barriers.
A 6th generation Arizona farmer says hay sales aren't what they used to be due to the pandemic, so he's turned to making videos on the farm to bring in some extra dough.
"[Sunsplash] has...been denied due process by [Ducey's] failure to create any process by which [Sunsplash] can establish that its operations are safe," according to court documents filed by the Mesa water park on Aug. 10.
Scientists are hoping to make AeroNabs widely available as an inexpensive, over-the-counter medication to prevent or treat COVID-19.
The district board for Queen Creek voted 4-1 to allow in-person classes to begin Aug. 17 despite concerns over the COVID-19 spread.
The Big East Conference said Wednesday that it will postpone its fall sports season, joining the Pac-12 and Big Ten in pausing play out of concern for the welfare of student-athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
The two men were respected figures in the Miami medical community.
Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some are expecting cases of child abuse to increase.
The sheriff's office currently employs around 900 people.
The White House’s top negotiator is trying to revive stalled talks over coronavirus aid. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin reached out to the Democratic leaders Wednesday.
While the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in June that dogs, cats and a few other animals types are able to contract COVID-19, it is rare for animals to pass it on to their owners or vice versa.
The new “My Home Office Set” includes a smartphone, a headset for calls and a coffee cup.
As increasing evidence emerges that the novel coronavirus is unlike most respiratory illnesses, varying degrees of symptoms are appearing in patients, ranging from mild to severe — with some lasting months — in both adults and children.