With all Arizona salons closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, FOX 10's Carmen Blackwell visits a Valley hair salon to get some at-home hair care tips and tricks.
With many businesses closed in the Valley amid COVID-19, the Phoenix Fire Department says they're seeing an influx of people hitting the hiking trails, and that could lead to more rescues for the department.
“It’s an essential business. People are going to still need transportation,” says NARPRO employee James Garnand.
The company said it will resume production of its live classes after April 30.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, SanTan Brewing Company is turning expired beer into medical-grade hand sanitizer.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, restaurants in Arizona are only offering take-outs and deliveries, and that is hurting not only restaurant owners, but employees who often rely on tips as well.
The checkout aisles at a number of Valley grocery stores are starting to look a little different.
Grupo Modelo, the producer of the beer, announced the suspension in a press release on Friday.
Starting Friday, all New York City residents can get free meals at any of the locations that are handing out food for students.
Pallets of produce sit inside this Los Angeles warehouse. It is a stark contrast to some grocery stores where paper and canned goods went flying off the shelves.
A pizza place in New York City has dedicated itself to feeding health care and hospital workers who are struggling to keep up with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Now the restaurant's landlord is joining in to make sure that the food keeps coming out of the kitchen and into the hospitals.
Countless people across the country are turning to one of the few hobbies that hasn't been banned: Baking bread.
U.S. sales of alcoholic beverages rose 55% in the week ending March 21
According to figures from the Office of Tourism, Arizona hosted 45 million visitors in 2019. Now, no one is visiting the Grand Canyon State during the high season.
As COVID-19 continues to spread worldwide, many people are worried about the future of the real estate market.
Chicken with salmonella can make you sick. So can romaine lettuce with E. coli and buffets with lurking norovirus. So why aren’t health officials warning people about eating food contaminated with the new coronavirus?
While the economy has taken a hit due to COVID-19, the real estate market is going strong.
It’s a photo worth a thousand words: Southwest Airlines on Sunday posted an image of a group of health care workers ready to go to battle in New York, which has fast become the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in the U.S.
Atlanta-based Waffle House is reporting over 350 restaurants closed as the coronavirus spreads.
On Tuesday, March 31 Taco Bell will be giving a free 'Doritos Locos Taco" to everyone in America.