One Mea dentist who specializes in dental emergencies is seeing more business these days.
The Arizona National Guard stepped up its efforts to bolster the supply of food as a few dozen soldiers packed boxes at food banks seeing a surge in demand.
Officials with the Valley grocery chain has confirmed with FOX 10 that one of their workers has tested positive for COVID-10.
The Maricopa County Community College District says all in-person Commencement and Convocation ceremonies scheduled for April and May 2020 have been canceled amid the coronavirus outbreak.
As the Valley deals with a blood donor shortage due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, Banner Health and Vitalant (formerly known as United Blood Services) are working together to collect more blood.
Officials with the Arizona State University confirm that as of Monday, there are 15 confirmed cases of COVID-19 amongst the university's student population.
As the coronavirus outbreak continues, a medical center in the Show Low area has received some much-needed medical supplies, thanks to a career and technical school in the East Valley.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, riding public transit, such as buses or trains, gets a little bit more tricky.
The Arizona Department of Public safety is investigating a rollover crash near U.S. 60 and Dobson.
Mesa police are searching for 34-year-old Melissa Valenzuela, who was last seen on Tuesday, March 17 near her home.
Calling out those not abiding by social distancing rules — is part of a new and startling reality for Americans who must navigate a world of rapidly evolving social norms in the age of COVID-19.
It's been a gloomy afternoon for many parts of the Valley, and now, a storm has brought rain and even hail to parts of the Valley Wednesday.
Officials with Arizona State University announced Monday that online classes at the university will be extended through the end of the spring semester.
Forget toilet paper and hand sanitizer, people across the country are stocking up on guns and ammunition.
Fans, businesses and workers in various parts of the Valley are reacting to the COVID-19 coronavirus' impact on various cultural and sporting events.
A former assistant basketball coach at Mesa’s Dobson High School has been indicted on accusations that he failed to report that two minors had been sexually abused by an ex-coach.
Two major schools in Arizona will move classes to online following students' return from spring break.
Mesa Fire officials say two people were hospitalized following a crash late Sunday morning that involved a car and a motorcycle.
A tragic series of events hit a family in Mesa: Unemployment and a house fire left them homeless.
UPDATE: Police say a Mesa teen who had not been seen since Tuesday afternoon has been found safe.