The CEO of Mountainside Fitness says he will head to court to defend his right to stay open during the COVID-19 pandemic. He says the state isn't taking into account the safety protocols he's put into place to keep his members safe.
Two Arizonans share their experience trying to get tested for COVID-19. They say it's hard to get a test, although Gov. Ducey says if you want a test, that you could get one.
Many Arizonans are wondering if they should wear a mask amid the COVID-19 pandemic, in public or not, and the answer seems to be different depending on where you get it.
The Arizona Department of Health Services (AZDHS) announced it's changing the way how ICU bed usage is being reported during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the world tackles the coronavirus pandemic, it may be easy to forget about Arizona’s epidemic, the opioid crisis.
Several nonprofits have real concern about the access or lack of access their communities have to testing and education on COVID-19.
On Friday, May 1, elective surgeries will be allowed again at Arizona hospitals after being on hold since March during the coronavirus pandemic.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has issued a new executive order on Tuesday that requires people from the new York Tri-State area to self-quarantine upon arriving to Arizona.
Arizona corrections officers are concerned about their health and safety at work during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a Wednesday news conference, the director of the Arizona Department of Health Services, alongside governor Doug Ducey, said peak COVID-19 cases will likely be in April.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reports compared to last year's flu season, the number of flu cases has increased by nearly 75% and about 58% of that increase is the B-strain, also known as the Influenza B, and is mainly found in children ages 18 and younger.