A total of 996 people have died since the first death was reported on March 21. The number of confirmed cases is now at 22,753.
Employees and students will be required to wear a face mask in ASU buildings as in-person classes resume in the fall.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and other state officials are holding a news conference to provide updates on the state's COVID-19 pandemic.
As more places reopen around the state following the end of the state's stay-at-home order, theaters have not.
The state Department of Health Services on Wednesday also reported 40 new deaths. bringing the total who have died of the disease in Arizona to 981. Hospitals reported a total of 1,092 people were being treated for the virus as of Tuesday, with 379 of those in intensive care and 239 on ventilators.
Today, out-of-work crews in the entertainment, concert, and sports industries are invited to stop by Gila River Arena to pick up food boxes. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the details.
The Scottsdale Unified School District is extending their free meal program for kids through June 24 as food insecurity continues to be an issue for many Arizonans struggling financially due to the pandemic.
Newly released numbers show there is an increase in the number of newly infected COVID-19 patients in Arizona.
The Hall of Flame reopened its doors for the first time since being closed in mid-March due to the pandemic.
The state Department of Health Services says hospitals reported a total of 1,009 hospitalizations on Monday. It’s the first time the daily number has reached 1,000. The agency has been disclosing hospitalization data since April 9.
The Hall of Flame Museum in Phoenix has reopened after being closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. FOX 10 photojournalist Tom Fergus has the details on the reopening.
Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport officials have announced that travelers will be required to wear face coverings effective June 1.
A recent survey conducted by Honeywell Aerospace found that travelers want some reassurance that the plane they're getting on is clean and safe.
Hundreds of thousands are receiving unemployment benefits in Arizona, but tens of thousands more are still waiting as the Department of Economic Security (DES) has struggled to keep up with the unprecedented demand during the coronavirus pandemic.
According to its "Roadmap for Reopening Schools," the department says it is presenting "strategies and considerations" to public and private schools, as well as local educational agencies, to prepare for the 2020-21 school year.
The state Department of Health Services confirmed 187 additional cases with 11 more known deaths as of Monday, increasing the total number of cases statewide to 20,123 and the total number of deaths to 917.
A medical company that makes masks that repel germs and bacteria has built a new production facility in the Valley. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the details.
As restaurants reopen for dine-in services, some people are still worried about sitting in a public place amid COVID-19. The Sicilian Baker in Chandler has expanded its grab-and-go options, so you can get great food, but eat at your own home.
Therapy dogs are now video chatting with cancer patients amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Department of Health Services reported 790 additional cases with 18 additional deaths as of Saturday.