Two Arizona inmates have tested positive for the coronavirus in the first cases of infected prisoners reported since the beginning of the outbreak, officials said.
Information was supplied by law enforcement and describes recent arrests and charges. All defendants are presumed innocent.
Police say a suspect was shot by a homeowner early Wednesday morning after trying to break into his north Phoenix home.
A northern Arizona man has been arrested for threatening to kill Navajo people who have the coronavirus,
Two women were found with serious stab wounds in Scottsdale Tuesday night.
In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has issued a new executive order on Tuesday that requires people from the new York Tri-State area to self-quarantine upon arriving to Arizona.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
Officials with Mesa Public Schools are making changes to their emergency meal services that were put in place during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The CARES Act has freed up hundreds of billions of dollars to help people and businesses recover, but one of the signature parts of the act has had a slower rollout, as banks have been inundated with requests.
In a world where we are alone together, leaders of the Wounded Warrior Project are feeling cautious.
Some Valley students are in for a big surprise, as they are getting computers to help with virtual learning.
You can see social distancing all across Arizona during the COVID-19 pandemic - and it's being tracked by tech companies.
On a day when valley officers paid their final respects to Phoenix Police Commander Greg Carnicle, El Mirage Police say they were forced to shoot a man who confronted officers Tuesday afternoon.
Add Frys to the list of grocery stores adding new rules to help prevent the the spread of the coronavirus.
It was a somber morning in the Valley as a slain Phoenix police commander was laid to rest.
There have been many positive stories during the COVID-19 pandemic, including stories of neighbors helping neighbors.
As more and more people are falling ill to COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation, a weekend curfew has been planned for the community. FOX 10's John Hook speaks with Dr. Matt Sutton, Director of Ambulatory Services at Winslow Indian Health Care Center.
Police say a woman was found dead inside a vehicle in a Phoenix parking garage near 16th Street and Northern.
Although the coronavirus pandemic has sparked widespread unemployment across the country due to many businesses being forced to shut down or adjust hours, some companies are still hiring.
Firefighters say a 2-year-old girl has been rushed to a hospital in critical condition after she was pulled from a Mesa swimming pool.