The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
One ASU professor hopes his work on clothing can help people adapt to Arizona's extreme heat. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
Parents and teachers have differing opinions on reopening schools, as Arizona continues to deal with a surge in COVID-19 cases.
Officials with MCSO released video taken during a deputy involved shooting on July 5.
Governor Doug Ducey is holding a news conference on July 9 at 3 p.m. as Arizona’s death toll from the coronavirus outbreak topped 2,000 and state health officials reported new highs for COVID-19 hospitalizations and use of ventilators.
Glendale fire crews are working to put out a brush fire that sparked on Thunderbird Mountain on July 9.
The group spoke out on July 9 and called for the school board president and several other school board members to make public statements on the issue, saying silence is not acceptable.
Police say the boy's condition improved en route to the hospital, however, his condition worsened and he later died.
Information was supplied by law enforcement and describes recent arrests and charges. All defendants are presumed innocent.
Figures released by the Arizona Department of Health Services showed a record 3,421 people being treated, filling up nearly half the available beds statewide. Intensive care units were caring for 879 patients, with 570 of them on ventilators to help them breathe. The numbers reflect hospital tallies on July 7.
Phoenix-based ON Semiconductor is hosting a food drive to donate more than 50,000 meals to St. Mary's Food Bank for families in need.
Phoenix police say the deadly collision happened near the intersection of First Avenue and Indian School Road.
Testing will now be Tuesdays through Fridays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. until August 7 at South Mountain Community College, 7050 S. 24th St. in Phoenix.
Phoenix-based Mi Familia Vota plans to spend $7 million on get-out-the-vote measures and an additional $3 million on digital and television ads, starting in Arizona.
A man and woman are accused of multiple offenses after they allegedly refused to wear masks and coughed on Walmart employees, according to police.
The nurse has been in Arizona for weeks after helping out hospitals in New York, and spoke with FOX 10's Jennifer Martinez via video conferencing to talk about conditions in Arizona.
A service member who took his own life after bullying in the Navy asked his family to not let his death be in vain. A Congressman is working to pass the "Brandon Act" in his honor to help report bullying within the military.
Sgt. Ernie Quintero served with the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office for 25 years before he died from the coronavirus on July 6th. His fiancé says she now is battling the virus after caring for him since Father's Day.
An ordinance that restricts members of the public from filming police officers at crime scenes has been repealed.
An epidemiologist is speaking out as Arizona rapidly becomes an epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic.