5 p.m. came and went Saturday and the Arizona Governor's order for hair and nail salons to close is officially in effect.
ASU's graduation ceremonies have been canceled for the Spring 2020 semester.
Nine men have been indicted in an undercover child sexual exploitation investigation in Arizona, authorities said Wednesday.
Firefighters say three people, including two Tempe police officers, were hospitalized following an early-morning apartment fire.
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.
Officials with State Farm say one of its offices in Tempe is closed because an employee there was diagnosed with COVID-19.
As COVID-19 continues to spread, riding public transit, such as buses or trains, gets a little bit more tricky.
Company officials say the move will allow them to turn around tests much faster, and increase the number of tests that can be run per day. FOX 10's Matt Rodewald reports.
As cases of the coronavirus grow in Arizona and other states nationally, the need for more protective equipment for health care workers grows as well.
As people's lives are disrupted due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, two Valley malls are hoping to make spirits bright, with some Christmas lights. FOX 10's Stephanie Olmo reports.
Cities and counties across the state have declared states of emergency and some have even ordered closures to combat the threat of the COVID-19 outbreak.
An Arizona State University student is stranded in Honduras, as a result of a border closure due to the coronavirus.
With all the bad news that came with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, people who work for an East Valley eatery finally have something positive to celebrate on Thursday.
Simon Property Group, a company that owns three shopping centers in Arizona, has announced it will close all its properties due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials with Arizona State University announced Monday that online classes at the university will be extended through the end of the spring semester.
The City of Tempe announced late Sunday night that all public facilities will be closed through March 27 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials with the City of Tempe announce the cancellation of public special events and most public meetings through the end of April, as a result of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Family, friends, and Valley first responders gathered on Wednesday to pay their respects to a Tempe firefighter who died of cancer last week.
Two major schools in Arizona will move classes to online following students' return from spring break.