Following Governor Doug Ducey's announcement of a weeklong, limited curfew in the aftermath of unrest in various Arizona cities, some government officials have voiced their concerns over the decision.
The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
A U.S. Air Force airman stationed near Phoenix has pleaded not guilty to murder and other charges. Raised in a Mennonite family in Wisconsin, Mark Gooch joined the military to escape what he told investigators was a difficult, sheltered and restricted life, according to sheriff's records.
As Arizona's stay-at-home order came to an end, the Grand Canyon has continued to expand recreational access to some parts of the South Rim.
The Canyon Mine will continue to operate -- despite the argued environmental and cultural risks uranium mining poses.
The bears will be placed at Bearizona Wildlife Park in Williams, Arizona. The facility is accredited by the Zoological Association of America and is home to 39 black bears and other species of North American wildlife.
Several Arizona casinos have partially reopened with new sanitizing protocols and social distancing measures in place about two months after slot machines were shut down and gaming rooms were closed to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
Arizona is working to get back in business, and one area in the state that relies heavily on tourism is Sedona.
The tribe has three casinos in New Mexico near Farmington, Shiprock and Gallup, and one in Arizona east of Flagstaff. They have been closed since mid-March and will remain shuttered until at least June 7
If you're headed up north to escape the heat, the National Weather Service says winter weather isn't quite over yet in the high country.
Authorities used cellphone records to track down an airman who they believe shot and killed a Sunday school teacher and left her body off a forest road in northern Arizona.
Tourists appeared ready to roam Grand Canyon National Park again after it partially reopened Friday.
Navajo Nation leaders are urging National Park Service officials to keep the Grand Canyon closed.
Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests have become a popular spot for campers and hikers in the last couple of weeks amid the coronavirus, however, the area is also seeing a lot of leftover trash.
With graduation ceremonies cancelled in Arizona and across the country as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many institutions have quickly put together virtual ceremonies.
Nearly one-third of the people staying at the largest emergency homeless shelter in northern Arizona have tested positive for the coronavirus, according to the shelter's director.
While schools across Arizona are closed through the end of the academic school year as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, some Valley high school districts are making plans to honor this year's graduating seniors with graduation ceremonies.
The Arizona Air National Guard is conducting a flyover on May 7 over the Navajo Nation and other communities in northern Arizona in appreciation for those on the frontlines against COVID-19.
It's no secret COVID-19 has affected small businesses tremendously, but how is it affecting the hospitality industry with not many people traveling right now?
A small northern Arizona reservation known for its blue-green waterfalls will remain closed to tourists until further notice.