The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
President Donald Trump is set to host Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey at the White House on August 5, as he points to the state as a model for the nation for addressing “embers” of the coronavirus.
A court in Arizona has ruled that Governor Doug Ducey has a week from August 4 to lay out a process for fitness centers in Arizona to apply for reopening.
The governor's order on June 29 delays in-person instruction until at least August 17, but that doesn't mean classes won't start sooner.
The Arizona Department of Health Services has recorded 179,497 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state since the pandemic began. The known death toll is 3,779.
Arizona's National Guard has been helping food banks stay open, as well as helping with COVID-19 tests, but with federal money. That money is about to run out, but the state is stepping in.
In all, more than 174,000 cases and 3,692 deaths from COVID-19 have been reported since the pandemic began.
The Arizona Department of Health Services reported 2,525 new cases on July 30 and an additional 172 deaths. The department said 78 of the new deaths were from death-certificate matching.
With the $600 in federal unemployment supplement about to expire, some unemployed workers are getting worried. FOX 10's Matt Galka reports.
The company had planned to invest $184 million in its third U.S. manufacturing line for Nike Air sneakers in Goodyear, Arizona.
Safe For Our Teachers is calling on Governor Doug Ducey to delay reopening schools to ensure proper funding is in place so schools will be able to meet the technology needs of communities. FOX 10's Ty Brennan has the details.
The figures may be lower because of a lag in reporting on the weekends. Still, it’s the second consecutive day that new daily virus cases have been under 2,000. The Arizona Department of Health Services had reported 3,748 new cases and 144 coronavirus-related deaths on Saturday.
A lawyer involved in the lawsuit claims the executive order that closed bars in Arizona is unconstitutional.
Hospitalizations for the virus have dropped significantly in the past two weeks, with 2,844 people being treated as of July 23. That’s down from the July 13 peak of 3,517 people. The number of people being cared for in intensive care units has also fallen significantly.
An Arizona real estate company sued Ducey for his eviction ban after trying to evict a family from a rental home in Surprise.
Arizona Governor Ducey extended indefinitely the order he issued late last month again closing bars, nightclubs and gyms. Although the state is finally seeing early signs that cases are declining, those closures are having an impact and won’t be reversed, the governor said.
Amid the devastating loss of life caused by the novel coronavirus, several obituaries written by family members of those claimed by COVID-19 have expressed frustration on how certain lawmakers are handling the ongoing pandemic.
The ruling overturns a 2018 decision by a Phoenix-based federal judge that said Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey needed congressional approval to withdraw money from the state land trust to fund education.
The number of people hospitalized in Arizona for treatment of coronavirus infections is still on a slight downward trend but deaths remain high as officials review death certificates and attribute more deaths to the virus, authorities said on July 21.
An Arizona student helped to make a video hoping to get the attention of Gov. Doug Ducey asking him to delay schools reopening. She says going back to school so soon during the pandemic not only puts her at risk, but her grandmother at risk as well.