The shop's owner says she previously offered masks to customers to stay healthy, but some people were angered by it.
VetsForward joined a group of Arizona veterans, including those from the American Legion Post 65, to discuss the experience of Black veterans in Arizona and why the Confederate monument should be taken down, according to a news release.
Since Maricopa County now mandates face masks and coverings, starting today, Valley Metro will hand out face coverings for riders at four locations across the Phoenix area -- those transit stations include Sunnyslope, Central Station in Downtown Phoenix, Ed Pastor, and Metrocenter Mall transit stations.
Hundreds took the streets of downtown Phoenix on Saturday for a 17th consecutive day of marches. "Our goal is that we want to let people know this is about all of us against racism," said marcher Kenneth Smith.
Fire officials say an investigation into a massive apartment construction site fire is now an arson investigation.
Friday's protest has a different start than usual, as African American leaders in Phoenix talked about the importance of voting, during a meeting at a church.
After controversy surrounding the original selection to be the new dean of Arizona State University's journalism school, officials have named an interim replacement.
Aaliyah Jones from State Farm says the company is encouraging its employees to take some time after each march to help clean up the streets during the workday.
Protesters returned to the streets of Downtown Phoenix on Monday, the day Arizona's statewide curfew expired.
Phoenix police arrested a man in connection with a shooting on the south side of the fire, but no injuries were reported in connection with the shooting, the fire department said. Further details about the shooting weren’t immediately available. The fire department also said people were reported jumping a fence into the fire area as crews worked.
There are several road closures in Scottsdale due to a Sunday march in response to the deaths of George Floyd and Arizona man, Dion Johnson.
Among the people who took part in a march Friday afternoon in Downtown Phoenix was the chief of the Phoenix Police Department, Jeri Williams.
On Thursday, over a week following the death of George Floyd, protesters once again gathered in Phoenix for a peaceful protest.
On Thursday, protesters returned to the streets of Downtown Phoenix for another night of protests over the death of George Floyd.
Phoenix police say no arrests were made Wednesday night as hundreds gathered to protest the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis and to call on the city council to defund the police department.
Phoenix police say the department was aware of a planned protest that began at 5 p.m. in the downtown area. At 8 p.m., curfew announcements were made to protesters and at the same time, some people became involved in criminal activity, including ignited fireworks at officers and throwing rocks and water bottles.
Officers wearing riot gear fired tear gas and fireworks at protesters about 9 p.m. as they walked down 7th Street to Interstate 10, witnesses told FOX 10. The exact number of protesters who were arrested is unclear at this time.
As city leaders plead for calm and peace, protesters gather in downtown Phoenix for their third night in a row.
City leaders ask protesters to stay peaceful going into the third night of protests over the death of George Floyd.
A protest in Downtown Phoenix amid national controversy over the death of an unarmed black man while in police custody has resulted in unrest.