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  • Biden: A normal convention ‘hard to imagine’ as scheduled

    The coronavirus pandemic is forcing Democrats and Republicans to take a close look at whether they'll be able to move forward as planned this summer with conventions.
  • Arizona Gov. Ducey to hold virtual town hall on coronavirus outbreak

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey will hold an online coronavirus town hall on Thursday at 6 p.m. and will be joined by a variety of top state officials.
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    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey urges understanding as April bills come due

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday urged Arizonans to be understanding as individuals and businesses face due dates for monthly bills such as rent.
  • Grand Canyon National Park closes due to coronavirus

    The Grand Canyon was closed down Wednesday after Coconino County recommended those measures due to the spread of the coronavirus.
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    Valley Metro says bus driver tested positive for COVID-19

    A bus driver with Valley Metro, the Phoenix-area transit system, has tested positive for COVID-19, authorities said Wednesday.
  • ASU classes to be taught online until at least July due to coronavirus

    Students will not return to classrooms at Arizona State University until at least July as summer sessions have moved online due to the coronavirus outbreak. 
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    Can police cuff you for violating coronavirus order? Um — yes

    Police can make arrests for violations of Arizona's coronavirus stay-at-home order, but they probably won't, writes KTAR News host Jim Sharpe.
  • Ducey requests presidential disaster declaration to get funding for Arizona

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey requested a Presidential Major Disaster Declaration from the White House to give the state more resources to fight the coronavirus.
  • McSally says Ducey doing ‘good job’ with Arizona’s COVID-19 response

    U.S. Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona said she has no problem with the way Gov. Doug Ducey is handling the state’s response to the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Barrow in Phoenix developing masks to help fight COVID-19 outbreak

    The Barrow Innovation Center in Phoenix is working to develop N95-substitute masks and other equipment using a 3-D printer to fight the coronavirus.
  • Trump says ‘life and death’ at stake in following guidelines

    WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump warned Americans to brace for a “hell of a bad two weeks” ahead as the White House projected there could be 100,000 to 240,000 deaths in the U.S. from the coronavirus pandemic even if current social distancing guidelines are maintained. Public health officials stressed Tuesday that the number could […]
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    Sen. McSally suspends fundraising, donates paycheck to COVID-19 aid

    U.S. Sen. Martha McSally of Arizona plans to donate her April paycheck and suspend campaign fundraising for two weeks to devote her time to coronavirus aid.
  • Live updates: Information around Arizona, COVID-19 deaths up to 29

    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 reports 124 new coronavirus cases, 5 additional deaths

    The Arizona health department reported 124 new cases of coronavirus and five additional deaths on Wednesday morning, a day after the state's "stay at home" order went into effect.
  • Asian stocks mixed as economic toll of virus worsens

    BEIJING (AP) — Asian stocks were meandering Thursday after a White House warning that as many as 240,000 Americans might die of the coronavirus sent Wall Street tumbling and signs of the outbreak’s global economic cost increased. Benchmarks in Tokyo and Hong Kong opened lower but were trading higher by midday, and losses in early […]
  • What you need to know today about the virus outbreak

    As hot spots flared around the United States in places like New Orleans, Detroit and Southern California, New York was the hardest hit of them all, with bodies loaded onto refrigerated morgue trucks by gurney and forklift outside overwhelmed hospitals. And the worst is yet to come, with Vice President Mike Pence comparing the U.S. […]
  • Honeywell hiring 500 in Phoenix to produce COVID-19 protective gear

    Honeywell International is adding 500 new jobs to its Phoenix aerospace facility to produce equipment needed to slow the spread of coronavirus.
  • Peak of coronavirus cases in Arizona projected for late April, study says

    A new study projects Arizona is less than a month away from reaching the peak for the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Federal coronavirus rescue plan could pump $4.2B into Arizona

    The $2.2 trillion federal coronavirus aid plan is expected to send an estimated $4.2 billion to Arizona, including $2.8 billion to help the state and big cities and counties and new money for K-12 schools and public universities.
  • No immediate plans for expanded virus data, Arizona health official says

    A top Arizona public health official said Tuesday the state does not have any immediate plans to provide an expanded breakdown of COVID-19 cases.