On Oct. 1, Graham County advanced to the moderate transmission stage of COVID-19, joining all other Arizona counties, with the exception of Greenlee County, which remains in the minimal stage.
Three Mexican wolf pups have successfully been cross-fostered into a pack in northeastern Arizona, according to state Game and Fish Department officials.
The $300 additional weekly jobless payments have come to an end in Arizona - and residents across the state are starting to feel the consequences.
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information about the death of Willie "Steamboat" Declay, whose remains were found on the Fort Apache Indian Reservation in April 2020.
Police say a suspect has been arrested after he allegedly held employees at gunpoint inside a Walmart store in Taylor, Arizona.
Navajo County officials say a man has contracted the plague.
The Navajo Nation is under another weekend curfew as the Native American community battles the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The United Food Bank is delivering two semi-trucks full of food on Thursday morning to more than 1,000 households that are part of the White Mountain Apache Tribe. The event began at the Hon-Dah Casino and continues while supplies last.
The national park in northeastern Arizona is starting to reopen their facilities to the public.
Arizona’s Apache County has now surpassed neighboring McKinley County in New Mexico as having the most COIVD-19 cases on the Navajo Nation.
Additional deaths and COVID-19 cases on the Navajo Nation’s sprawling reservation indicates it’s still not safe for residents to go out in public, the tribe’s president said.
The Department of Public Safety an 81-year-old man missing out of Show Low was found in El Paso, Texas.
A teen has been found safe after an AMBER Alert was issued out of Navajo County.
Arizona is reporting 16 new deaths from the coronavirus and 446 new cases.
Mesa's United Food Bank brought more than 62,000 pounds of food to the White Mountain Apache Reservation this week.
Officials with the Navajo Nation announced a lawsuit against the Federal government over what the way COVID-19 funding for tribal governments is being handled.
One area that has been hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in Arizona is Northern Arizona, with multiple cases and deaths reported in Coconino County and the Navajo Nation.
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.
The Arizona Department of Health Services is requiring that all counties with cases of the novel coronavirus must close all of their bars, gyms and movie theaters effective at close of business on Friday.
Officials with the Navajo Nation now say there are now three cases of COVID-19 in its area.