The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
There have been many positive stories during the COVID-19 pandemic, including stories of neighbors helping neighbors.
In response to ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the Arizona Department of Corrections Rehabilitation and Reentry says inmates are making masks that will be worn by employees.
Police in Casa Grande say a 38-year-old man has been arrested and accused of trying to lure a person who he believed was a teenage girl.
A tidal wave of unemployment claims triggered by mass coronavirus-related layoffs has inundated Arizona’s unemployment insurance office, triggering telephone and internet filing glitches and processing delays that the agency promised to work through as quickly as possible.
Officials with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement say an ICE detainee in Arizona has tested positive for COVID-19.
An inmate has died in an Arizona state prison.
An Arizona couple who ran a soul food restaurant has converted their business into a food truck, as they continue to serve customers during the coronavirus pandemic.
Officials with Country Thunder have decided to postpone the festival due to the coronavirus outbreak.d
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 the National Weather Service in Phoenix issued a number of warnings on Thursday as a result of a storm that moved through the Valley.
Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has declared a public health emergency in Arizona as the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread in Arizona.
After a student in Queen Creek was diagnosed with the coronavirus, one parent is saying she's not upset at the school but says the school district should be giving parents more information on the student who was diagnosed.
The school will incorporate hand-sanitizing stations and other routine hygiene practices upon students’ return from Spring Break.
The Arizona Department of Public Health confirms that there are now five cases of COVD-19 identified in the state after two Pinal County residents were diagnosed.
A federal judge ruled Monday that an Arizona man will remain jailed on a charge that he and other neo-Nazis mounted a harassment campaign, mailing and posting threatening messages, at the homes of journalists and anti-hate advocates in three states.
Two men have been arrested by Pinal County Sheriff's Office for first-degree murder after a man's body was found near a wash.
A man died in a crash Thursday afternoon in Queen Creek, according to the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office.
Authorities say a body was found in a Pinal County wash on Thursday.
Federal officials say one of the four people arrested in connection with a conspiracy to threaten and intimidate journalists and activists is a man who lives in Arizona.