As respiratory syncytial virus, otherwise known as RSV, continues to surge across the United States, experts warn it’s possible people can be infected with it more than once.
In September 2021, cellphone video showed Kelly Walker and two other men in the doorway of an office at Mesquite Elementary School. They stated they would make a "citizen’s arrest" of the principal. Walker was upset his child would have to isolate and miss a school field trip because of possible exposure to someone with COVID-19.
Rules put in place during the COVID-19 pandemic have led to several new Arizona laws on masks and vaccines, plus new transportation laws. Here's what you need to know.
Attorney General Mark Brnovich says the city violated state law and discriminated against employees who requested religious accommodations or disability-based medical exemptions to Tucson’s vaccine mandate.
A jury in Pima County Superior Court sided with Congress Street Clubs, the owners of Zen Rock nightclub.
A judge has dismissed Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey’s lawsuit challenging the Biden administration’s demands that the state stop sending millions in federal COVID-19 relief money to schools that don’t have mask requirements or that close due to outbreaks.
Landlords are filing evictions in Maricopa County at the rate we saw before the COVID-19 pandemic now that the moratorium has been over for months, and because of that, the county is seeing more and more tenants file for rental assistance. Can the program keep up with these requests for help?
Researchers are revealing the top states guilty of COVID-19 “panic buying," and Arizona sits at the top of the list. We have how other states rank on the list, too!
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health and county health departments.
Evictions in the greater Phoenix area have returned to pre-pandemic levels. However, applications for rental assistance are still being accepted.
Officials with CDC say people in 9 Arizona counties should wear mask indoors, as the state experiences an uptick in new cases.
Young families like the Thorstesens have some decisions to make regarding the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine for infants and toddlers. Dr. Andrew Carroll has the pediatric doses of Pfizer and is ready to administer them in his Chandler office. He says it’s important to get the pediatric COVID-19 vaccine to protect the child and other family members.
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations are up in the state, so an Arizona doctor is explaining the trends going on 5 months after January's omicron variant surge. There is a silver lining, he says.
The governor is reportedly asymptomatic and feeling well, and thanked former Vice President Mike Pence for his “continued advocacy” on border security.
The Maricopa County Dept. of Public Health says that both COVID-19 and flu cases are rising this summer.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced efforts aimed to help kids get caught up in school over the summer, making up for the loss of in-person education throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation that will prevent state health officials from ever adding a COVID-19 vaccine to the list of required school vaccinations and bar face mask mandates in any buildings operated by state or local governments.
Officials with Embry health say they have seen an increase in positivity rates at their COVID-19 testing sites, as state officials reported more than 7,000 new cases. One expert says this could be what a 'new normal' following the pandemic looks like.
In a pandemic that has seen sharp divides between urban and rural vaccination rates nationwide, Arizona is the only state where rural vaccine rates outpaced more populated counties, the CDC says.
The Havasupai reservation is renowned for its blue-green waterfalls that draw tourists from around the world.