A science teacher with the Phoenix Union High School District is suing the district in order to put a stop to its mask mandate. Meanwhile, more school districts are implementing mask requirements amid a delta variant-fuelled COVID-19 surge
Officials with the Tempe Elementary School District say students in a third grade class at one of their schools were placed on quarantine due to a positive COVID-19 test.
Tucson Unified School District and more Phoenix districts have approved for students and staff to wear masks to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
The latest numbers released by tribal health officials pushed the total number of coronavirus cases to 31,449 since the pandemic began more than a year ago.
As more students head back to class, some doctors are worried that it could result in an increase in COVID-19 cases. In some districts, kids have already been exposed to COVID-19.
Dr. Marjorie Bessel says since July 1, COVID-19 hospitalizations have increased by 95 percent, and ventilator usage has increased by 300 percent.
As students head back to school in the Valley, the Phoenix Elementary School District has approved a face covering mandate.
The mother and father of a Valley teenager say they were hesitant about getting vaccinated against COVID-19 at first, but that all changed when their son almost died from the virus.
Officials with the Waste Management Phoenix Open say they are preparing to return to traditional tournament operations, as tickets for the 2022 open went on sale on August 2.
Arizona health officials reported over 1,846 cases with a death toll of 18,252 and a total of 931,387 cases.
Feeling the pandemic's impact, Toasted Mallow in the East Valley keeps its door closed some days because it doesn't have enough staff.
An Arizona doctor talks about how the COVID-19 vaccine is working, protecting those who might catch the virus from becoming hospitalized.
The 2,306 new cases and five additional deaths pushed the state’s totals to 929,541 cases and 18,251 known deaths since the pandemic began more than a year ago.
“A lot of the new cases we are seeing on the Navajo Nation are due to family and social gatherings where people let their guard down and don’t wear masks,” tribal President Jonathan Nez said in a statement.
Beginning Aug. 4, FnB Restaurant in Scottsdale will begin requiring customers who wish to dine in to prove they're fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
Arizona reported over 2,000 additional confirmed COVID-19 infections for the first time in nearly five months amid a continuing increase in the state's rolling average of new cases and more virus-related hospitalizations.
About $289 million of the assistance is being distributed by Arizona’s Department of Economic Security’s emergency rental program to 12 of the state’s smaller rural counties. But the agency acknowledges so far only about $7.3 million of that has gone to 1,715 approved applicants.
"In an effort to protect our staff, students, and the community, PXU has a good faith belief that following guidance from the CDC and other health agencies regarding mitigation strategies is imperative," the district said in a news release on Friday.
The Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to rise, and experts say everyone, vaccinated or not, should take precaution.