In Arizona, if you're experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, you can contact the following healthcare companies about getting a test:
FOX 10's Syleste Rodriguez spoke with Brittny Smith on why she wants an option for in person learning.
Parents and their children made their voices heard in downtown Phoenix on Aug. 10, saying they want the choice to send their children back to school despite COVID-19 concerns.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey's office released guidelines for businesses to follow for reopening amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Bars and gyms are among the businesses that have been shuttered the longest.
A group consisting of people from the Arizona State University community is urging the university's administration to reconsider their plans for the upcoming fall semester.
FOX 10 photojournalist Tom Fergus takes a look at some innovative cake decorating that captures the quarantine era.
COVID-19 cases are dropping across the state, but the Arizona Dept. of Health Services is announcing more infections. FOX 10's Renee Nelson has the details.
Officials with the Navajo Nation are reporting 15 more cases of COVID-19
The office of Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey says it'll work "diligently" to work in the extra $400 week in federal unemployment benefits that was made possible by President Donald Trump by way of an executive order on Aug. 8.
Domestic violence homicide cases are up in Phoenix, says the police department. But, it's a trend that's being seen throughout the world as couples are staying home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Alice Bendheim is the fiery co-founder of the American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona, a school teacher and an attorney. On Aug. 9, she celebrated her birthday behind a window. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
The rolling seven-day average for newly reported cases was 1,300.71 on Aug. 8, the lowest since June 16.
Over the course of just three weeks in July, from July 12 to July 26 weekly testing decreased by more than half, according to a data dashboard from the Arizona Department of Health Services.
A Scottsdale woman has created a "virtual mama connection" online after realizing her clients were feeling let down because of the pandemic. FOX 10's Anita Roman reports.
Students are moving into their dorms one by one as social distancing standards are being held at ASU during the pandemic.
The next event will be held Aug. 22 at Desert Elementary School
Declines that saw COVID-19 hospitalizations and related usage of intensive care beds and ventilators begin to drop in mid-July continued as of Aug. 7, according to Department of Health Services figures.
Arizona's second most populous city plans to use $4.5 million of federal pandemic aid to expand free public Wi-Fi into areas of Tucson most impacted by the digital divide.
Overall, baseball has had widespread success in holding off the virus. The league said it had conducted 13,043 tests with only 13 positives, but it only takes a handful of positive tests to throw the sport into chaos.
The standoff between Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and health club owners sharpened as a judge rejected the governor's request to delay the process for reopening health clubs now closed for five weeks because of the pandemic.