A 104-year-old woman, who contracted COVID-19 twice, has been released from a hospital with a round of applause from hospital workers.
Starting April 10, Los Angeles-based Dr. Edward Samourjian is running a 100-mile marathon in Utah to raise money for a charity that’s near and dear to his heart.
A Denver family got a flight on a private plane after being kicked off a Southwest flight to Austin because their toddler was not wearing his mask.
After spending 84 days in the hospital fighting COVID-19, a Florida mother is getting the medicine she needs: a hug from her son.
An Ohio nursing home gathered residents and staff together to release balloons to mark one year since the COVID-19 pandemic changed their lives.
More than three months into the U.S. vaccination drive, many of the numbers paint an increasingly encouraging picture.
A hospital in Missouri displayed thousands of blue pinwheels to mark one year since admitting their first COVID-19 patient.
Doctors gave David Williams less than a 1% chance of survival after contracting COVID-19 and slipping into a coma last fall. Now, they call him their “miracle patient.”
The coronavirus brought a year of fear and anxiety, loneliness and lockdown, and illness and death, but an annual report on happiness around the world released Friday suggests the pandemic has not crushed people's spirits.
Muralist, Hugo Medina, honored frontline workers in Phoenix through a tribute at 16th Street and McDowell Road. He says this is his way of saying thanks for all they've done during the pandemic.
It was just a year ago that bars and restaurants closed due to COVID-19. Many have reopened, but aren't back to normal and that includes Rosie McCaffrey's famous St. Patrick's Day Celebration. Instead of a traditional parking lot party this year, they're hoping you'll get one of their 'Irish Fare to Go' packages. FOX 10 photojournalist Brian Kae gives us a look at their plans. https://rosiemccaffreysirishpub.com
The COVID-19 restrictions left Cynthia Romano with no choice but to take a job at a nursing home in order to see her ailing husband.
A 103-year-old San Francisco Bay Area man recently received his second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine — but that’s not all that’s extraordinary about him.
Residents at a senior living community took a literal swing at COVID-19 when they beat a pinata, in the shape of the coronavirus, after getting vaccinated.
Miriam Bertrand, 72, was the Ochsner Medical Center’s 10,000th successful recovery from COVID-19 and received a jubilant sendoff — which included a jazz band performance.
Local Valley businesses will be infused with much-needed money as the Downtown Phoenix Partnership will be handing out $5 vouchers for customers to spend, helping the businesses recover from COVID-19 financial losses.
A man is finally going home after spending 85 days at a Nevada hospital fighting COVID-19.
All 80 of those businesses will receive grants through the Aaron Rodgers Small-Business COVID-19 Fund at North Valley Community Foundation in Chico. The grants will total over $1 million. These grants will help cover rent for an average of three months or longer, and they also will assist in other operational costs.
An Oklahoma COVID-19 patient who didn't think he was going to make it at one point now has a second chance at life, thanks to a double lung transplant at a hospital in Phoenix.
A person using the alias “COVID bandit” handed all 34 employees $200, spending a total of $6,400.