As the number of new COVID-19 cases increase, Gov. Ducey says the increases are coming from a group of people of a certain age.
Several Arizona leaders are offering their support after President Donald Trump announced he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for COVID-19.
Gov. Ducey said 150 body cameras will be provided to Arizona DPS troopers, with more to come in the following months.
In an effort to open up schools and ensure senior safety, two million rapid COVID-19 tests are being sent to states, including Arizona.
Stagehands protested in downtown Phoenix, asking Governor Doug Ducey to allow events to take place in the state again.
Arizona Gov. Ducey will provide the latest news on COVID-19 testing in the state alongside ASU, UA and NAU officials at 3:15 p.m. on Sept. 24.
The governor provided updates on how universities are partnering with the state to develop innovative COVID-19 solutions.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey and Secretary of State Katie Hobbs are sparring over an effort by Hobbs to introduce telephone and videoconferencing options for people to register and vote in certain circumstances.
Various Arizona politicians have reacted to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the age of 87.
Over 10% of residents haven't participated in the once-a-decade national count and the state could lose $500 million annually in federal funding.
The first daughter, Ivanka Trump, calls Arizona a success story of how to rebound after being hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic during a roundtable Sept. 16 in Phoenix, Arizona.
Governor Doug Ducey's management of the coronavirus though the pandemic’s initial low stages to its extreme onslaught and back to lows again holds stark lessons for other states as their leaders oversee reopenings of universities, K-12 schools and businesses into the fall.
The briefing, which began Sept. 10 at 1 p.m., discussed support for those struggling with depression and other mental health issues. Gov. Ducey also briefed the media on the latest efforts to reduce the spread of the pandemic in Arizona.
The Department of Health Services reported an 81 additional cases statewide. The last time the state saw a daily case count below 100 was in March, according to online data.
In a rare split, Arizona's Attorney General says Governor Doug Ducey's Executive Order to close some bars in a bit to limit the spread of COVID-19 was arbitrary and discriminatory.
Ducey’s office on Sept. 4 announced his appointments of Julie Mata, Max-Henri Covil, Monica Edelstein and Rusty Crandell.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey held a news conference for the first time in months. He spoke, not about the coronavirus, but the flu, urging Arizonans to get a flu shot.
The governor's order on June 29 delayed in-person instruction. Now school districts need to figure out what their upcoming school years will look like.
According to a news release from the governor's office, standard driver licenses that have an expiration date between March 1, 2020 and December 31, 2020 have been deferred by one year from their original expiration date in order to "minimize in-person visits to Arizona Motor Vehicle Division (MVD) Offices and help contain the spread of COVID-19."
The list by the governor's office recommends three senators, two governors, military and civil rights heroes as well as two military units, including the Navajo Code Talkers.