Belgian chocolatier Godiva will sell or close all 128 of its North American shops within the next few months, the company said this week.
The announcement comes as the Disneyland California theme park halted its annual pass program entirely.
An FDA-approved COVID-19 test has hit Amazon's marketplace as cases of the virus continue to inundate the country.
The Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) rolling list of potentially dangerous hand sanitizers has just expanded -- again.
Even though relief is coming for Americans under threat of eviction due to COVID-19, the relief will only be temporary.
At least 80 In-N-Out Burger employees have tested positive for coronavirus, according to data published by the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment on Wednesday.
As the United States Postal Service experiences delays for several reasons during the holiday season, a Valley family's small business is impacted due to their shipments not being received by the buyers.
The FBI said signs of a scam can include being asked to pay out of pocket to get the coronavirus vaccine or being asked to pay to put your name on a vaccine waiting list.
With less than a week until Christmas, Cupertino-based Apple quietly closed all of their retail stores in California as coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to surge.
According to Honest Paws, a company that creates CBD products for pets, puppy scams amid the COVID-19 pandemic were up a staggering 280% between April and September.
The Internal Revenue Service is warning of a text sent out by scammers claiming to have access to a $1,200 stimulus check in exchange for personal bank information.
If you're worried about the coronavirus on groceries or other packages, experts say to keep the risk in perspective.
It's a quick and easy way to purchase personal protection equipment. We're hearing from a Valley teen who helped place a PPE vending machine at a busy Scottsdale shopping center.
Because fewer people are taking flights, using busses and other mass transit, more people are buying used cars.
As the holiday season gets underway, health experts say to avoid shopping in stores when possible.
Sam’s Club announced that members can book a free personal live session with Santa and take a photo with him, one of many retailers adjusting holiday plans due to COVID-19.
A spokesperson for Kroger, which operates more than 2,000 locations nationwide, said the grocery chain put limits on the essential items “to ensure all customers have access to what they need this holiday season.”
Royal Caribbean says it will be looking for volunteers to take part in trial sailings as it completes "simulation voyages" required by the CDC to test their new safety protocols.
Spain’s 19 regional leaders will have authority to set different hours for the curfew as long as they are stricter, close regional borders to travel and limit gatherings to six people who don’t live together, the prime minister said.
Black Friday will look different this year, as businesses choose to put sales online in order to reduce overcrowding at stores.