Arizona leaders are congratulating the new Biden-Harris administration following the 58th Annual Presidential Inauguration on Jan. 20.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is proposing the largest tax cut in his seven years for the coming budget year while using savings from a pandemic-induced drop in school enrollment to pay for summertime make-up classes for K-12 students who have fallen behind because of virtual learning.
The U.S. Forest Service released an environmental review that paves the way for the creation of one of the largest copper mines in the United States, against the wishes of a group of Apaches who have been trying for years to stop the project.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey talks to FOX 10's Troy Hayden about Capitol security, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, distance learning, and how he will be attending President-Elect Joe Biden's inauguration.
Governor Ducey says he will attend Joe Biden's presidential inauguration in Washington, D.C.
Embry Women's Health tests thousands of Arizonans for COVID-19 every day, but may have to shut down because of a lack of CARES Act funding.
State estimates show since schools that used distance learning were set to receive 5% less money per students than schools that utilize in-person learning,
In Gov. Ducey's State of the State, he expressed the need for students to head back to the classroom, despite rising COVID-19 numbers in Arizona.
Ducey has traditionally used his address on the first day of the Legislative session to tout his successes and lay out his priorities for the budget and the coming year.
Flags at state buildings in Arizona were ordered by the governor to be at half-staff to honor the recently fallen Capitol officers after Jan. 6's riot.
Gov. Doug Ducey's State of the State address will be held on Monday, Jan. 11 and focus on the pandemic, education and unemployment in Arizona.
“We have a governor and health director who don’t care. Their goal in my opinion is to vaccinate their way out of this,” said Will Humble, head of the Arizona Public Health Association. “Eventually it will work. There’s just going to be a lot of dead people in the meantime.”
Amid violent rioting at the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington D.C. as Electoral College votes are being counted, Arizona politicians are reacting to the latest developments.
Arizona restaurants are being offered a lifeline of financial help as $2 million more has been made available to help them adapt their eateries to fit COVID-19 protocols.
Some residents will have an additional year to renew their driver licenses, all in effort to slow the spread of COVID-19 in Arizona.
The distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine in Arizona has been asked to kick it up a few notches by "streamlining distribution throughout Arizona and establishing additional vaccination sites."
Gov. Doug Ducey’s office announced a new leader for the Department of Revenue on Dec. 29 without mentioning that Carlton Woodruff was out as director.
Accountable Arizona wants the governor removed from office for what it calls "his failed response to the pandemic."
The prioritization of people 75 and older means those people most at risk will get vaccinated sooner, both protecting them and "relieving the strain on our hardworking health care professionals," Ducey said in the statement.
Arizona reported 115 deaths attributed to COVID-19 for the second day in a row on Christmas. It was the seventh time in ten days the figure has been in the triple digits.