The latest information on coronavirus cases in the state, from the Arizona Department of Health.
Officials with Chino Valley Police Department say the remains of two missing people have been found out-of-state.
The camp, atradition in Arizona since 1941, will be open for the Summer starting in late June.
State Forestry officials say all evacuation orders have been lifted in relation to a wildfire that is burning in Yavapai County.
The hard-hit Navajo Nation, which has recorded more than 4,800 positive coronavirus cases and at least 158 deaths, remains on lockdown until at least June 7.
Authorities say Hillside Mine near Bagdad was the source of arsenic-contaminated water into Boulder Creek.
Many of the nation's airlines find themselves with a surplus of pilots because of the coronavirus pandemic. But, just a few years ago, many were predicting a pilot shortage.
Several Arizona casinos have partially reopened with new sanitizing protocols and social distancing measures in place about two months after slot machines were shut down and gaming rooms were closed to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
A number of residents in a Yavapai County town were asked to leave their homes earlier on Thursday, as firefighters battled a fast-moving wildfire.
The Navajo Nation has been one of the hardest hit areas in the country with the coronavirus, but one valley woman is doing what she can to make conditions a little safer.
The Navajo Nation in Northern Arizona received a big shipment on Friday, in the form of thousands of pounds of food from St. Mary’s Food Bank in Phoenix.
Arizona forestry officials have issued a red flag warning in Coconino and Mohave Counties, due to high winds, heat, and heavy traffic in open areas this Memorial Day weekend, boosting the fire danger across the state.
In a seven-month span beginning in October 2019, Prescott Valley police said there were 25 overdose calls with 10 deaths in Yavapai County.
Embry-Riddle will resume face-to-face instruction in Arizona starting June 30.
The tribe has three casinos in New Mexico near Farmington, Shiprock and Gallup, and one in Arizona east of Flagstaff. They have been closed since mid-March and will remain shuttered until at least June 7
The Navajo Nation, hit hardest by COVID-19, is receiving crucial resources for its residents. They've received federal funding, food donations and more.
It's a long drive -- six hours -- up to these small towns on the Navajo Nation.
Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez speaks on the state of the coronavirus outbreak on the reservation, which has more cases per capita than any other state. As of May 19, there are 4,153 cases and 144 deaths in the Navajo Nation.
The Navajo Nation now has more COVID-19 infections per capita than New York. With so many Navajo families in need, Mesa restaurant Republica Empanada is sending supplies to the Navajo Nation.
While New York City has the largest number of confirmed cases, the Navajo Nation holds a higher positive test rate per capita.