The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
Some businesses in Tempe on Mill Avenue were reported by Arizona State University's President for alleged COVID-19 guidance violations.
Another closure added to the growing list of businesses that violated COVID-19 guidance is Rick's Pub and Grub in Chandler, says the state's health department on Sept. 7.
The Arizona Department of Health Services announced on Sept. 3 that six Arizona counties, including Maricopa, have joined four others in meeting the benchmarks for hybrid learning -- a combination of in-person and virtual learning in schools amid COVID-19.
One teacher is worried to catch COVID-19 once in-person learning begins, and another parent is hopeful for classes to begin.
Northern Arizona University has reopened for in-person classes, welcoming students for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic closed the Flagstaff campus in March.
As of Wednesday, August 19, several businesses have been approved, including movie theaters, bars, and gyms. AZDHS says duplicate business names reflect different locations. They did not give exact locations.
Experts say health officials are facing a challenge on how to calculate the proportion of people who have tested positive for COVID-19.
The figures reported by the Arizona Department of Health Services increased the state's totals to 190,794 confirmed cases with 4,383 deaths.
Arizona’s top health official and the state’s education chief laid out a series of guidelines on August 6 that public schools were urged to use when deciding whether coronavirus infection rates are low enough to safely reopen for full in-person learning.
Banner Health has announced that nearly 1,000 out-of-state nurses and respiratory therapists will be coming to care for COVID-19 patients - nearly twice the amount added during a busy flu season.
The Arizona Department of Health Services says it is partnering with Vizient, Inc. to bring nearly 600 out-of-state nurses to Arizona to support expanded capacity in hospitals amid COVID-19.
Staffers are being called in from across the country to beef up hospitals to prepare for a COVID-19 surge. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen asked healthcare leaders when we could hit the tipping point.
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.
A hospital spokesperson tells FOX 10 the plan includes using unoccupied patient care areas on the campus, as well as some areas within Cardon Children's Hospital for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients.
Arizona's former health director discusses the dangers of the state's surge in COVID-19 cases and how President Donald Trump's visit to Phoenix sent the wrong message.
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.
Sunday marks the third consecutive day of more than 1,000 new infections reported.
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.