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  • Calls mount to close Grand Canyon after resident gets virus

    FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. (AP) — Calls mounted Tuesday for the federal government to close Grand Canyon National Park after the popular tourist destination saw its first case of the coronavirus in a hospitality worker. The man who tested positive for COVID-19 lived at a dorm within the park and worked at one of the lodges run […]
  • Whistleblower says Arizona prison officers denied protection from virus

    An Arizona prison officer accused the corrections department of prohibiting employees from wearing protective masks during the COVID-19 outbreak because it would scare inmates.
  • Chandler woman killed by gunshot, husband arrested on murder charges

    The victim's husband -- 30-year-old Jordan Taylor -- has been arrested on one count of 2nd degreemurder, according to the Chandler Police Department.
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    Phoenix parks open but restricted in response to COVID-19 outbreak

    Arizonans are encouraged to spend time outside under Gov. Doug Ducey’s “stay at home” order, but playground areas and some sports courts will be off-limits at city parks.
  • Phoenix police will learn as they go enforcing stay-at-home

    Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams provided some clarity as to what officer's role in the executive order will be, while adding there's still more to learn.
  • Gov. Doug Ducey says going outside is OK but follow distancing standards

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey said Tuesday there was nothing wrong with taking a walk while the coronavirus-related stay-at-home order was in effect. Just abide by the federal guidelines of social distancing, he said.
  • 2 Arizona labs team up to mass-produce coronavirus testing kits

    Two Arizona-based laboratories have paired up to mass-produce novel coronavirus testing kits that can return results in 24 hours.
  • Silver Alert canceled after 80-year-old Phoenix man found safe

    Authorities canceled a Silver Alert on Tuesday after locating an 80-year-old Phoenix man with a mental disability who'd gone missing.
  • Live updates: Information around Arizona, COVID-19 deaths up to 24

    Coronavirus cases continue to rise in Arizona. Here's the latest information regarding COVID-19 from around the state, country and world.
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    Arizona coronavirus cases at 1,289 as death toll rises to 24

    Arizona now has 1,289 cases of COVID-19, and the disease caused by the new coronavirus claimed four more lives, the state reported Tuesday morning.