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Attorney General says Pima County can enforce mask mandate

Pima County can continue to enforce its face-mask mandates to reduce the spread of the coronavirus in spite of an executive order issued by...

Doug Ducey blasts Phoenix for park restrictions on Easter weekend

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey escalated a long-simmering fight with Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego on Friday by demanding the city drop its plans to close...

Doug Ducey lifts mask mandates, reopens bars

Gov. Doug Ducey on Thursday lifted Arizona’s remaining restrictions to curb the coronavirus, prohibiting government mask mandates and allowing bars and nightclubs shuttered for...

Phoenix police officer Steven Poulos being investigated for threatening to shoot...

Phoenix police officer Steven Poulos has been named as the police officer who is under investigation for threatening Mayor Kate Gallego. The Arizona Republic...

Officials urge Thanksgiving caution as virus cases soar

Arizona hospital officials pleaded Tuesday for people to avoid large Thanksgiving dinners as soaring coronavirus infections put pressure on the state’s medical system. Banner Health,...

Doug Ducey warns of rising infections, but no state mask mandate

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday warned that coronavirus cases are increasing at an alarming rate but stopped short of implementing any major new...

Arizona early voting starts with millions of ballots mailed

More than 75% of Arizona’s approximately 4.1 million registered voters are permanently signed up to receive mail ballots.

Arizona announces plans for coronavirus testing surge

Arizona has by far the nation’s highest rate of positive coronavirus tests, with more than one in four tests detecting the virus.

Arizona sees new highs in COVID-19 ventilator, ICU bed use

The state Department of Health Services said 671 COVID-19 patients were on ventilators and 936 were in intensive care as of Sunday.

Arizona will use experimental drug to help COVID-19 patients

The drug received emergency approval in May by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.