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  • Mesa keeping arts facilities, museums closed through September

    Mesa is extending the closure of its arts facilities and museums at least through September in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Scottsdale Police warn of coronavirus scam targeting residents

    The Scottsdale Police Department has issued a scam alert after several residents received letters in the mail claiming to be from Maricopa health officials.
  • Arizona faces estimated $1.1B budget shortfall due to coronavirus

    Arizona faces an estimated $1.1 billion budget shortfall in the coming year because of the massive economic hit caused by the coronavirus outbreak, the Legislature's top budget analyst said Thursday.
  • Arizona to start providing location details of coronavirus cases

    The Arizona Department of Health Services will release additional information regarding coronavirus patients within the state beginning Sunday.
  • Ducey to reopen St. Luke’s Medical Center to fight coronavirus outbreak

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced on Thursday the state will reopen a Phoenix medical center to deal with potential overflow of coronavirus patients.
  • Navajo Nation leaders self-quarantine after coronavirus exposure

    The president and vice president of Navajo Nation, which has been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, are self-quarantined after exposure to a person who later tested positive.
  • Arizona, federal agencies unite to combat coronavirus scams

    The Arizona Attorney General's Office and U.S. Attorney's Office formed a joint task force to combat fraud related to the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Can concentrating on coronavirus kill our kids?

    Will the irregular nature of the coronavirus outbreak result in an increase of child drownings? KTAR News host Jim Sharpe writes that it's an unfortunate possibility.
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    Coronavirus complicates preparations for Arizona’s wildfire season

    Arizona’s wildfire season could ignite in just a few weeks, and steps are being taken to protect firefighters from coronavirus.
  • Senators block new virus aid, Pelosi decries ‘stunt’

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate twisted itself into knots Thursday over President Donald Trump’s new coronavirus aid request, as Democrats refused to rubber stamp his proposal for $250 billion more to boost small businesses, demanding modifications along with an additional $250 billion for health care providers and states. Republicans wouldn’t go along. The standoff doesn’t […]