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  • Surge in virus threatens to reverse global economic rebounds

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The resurgence of coronavirus cases engulfing the United States and Europe is imperiling economic recoveries on both sides of the Atlantic as millions of individuals and businesses face the prospect of having to hunker down once again. Growing fear of an economic reversal coincided with a report Thursday that the U.S. economy […]
  • Arizona allocates $7M to help renters, landlords during pandemic

    Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has allocated $7 million from the state's emergency fund to help renters and property owners struggling financially during the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • CVS to open 7 metro Phoenix sites for rapid-result COVID testing

    Pharmacy giant CVS announced Wednesday it would soon begin offering coronavirus rapid-result testing in metro Phoenix and other parts of the country.
  • Ticketmaster agrees to refund $71 million to Arizona consumers

    The Arizona Attorney General's Office on Tuesday announced a deal with Ticketmaster to return over $71 million in refunds to Arizona customers that had live events canceled, postponed or rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Fountain Hills High School closing campus because of COVID-19 exposure

    Fountain Hills High School is moving all instruction online for the next two weeks because of COVID-19 exposures on campus.
  • Arizona reports 1,044 new coronavirus cases, 14 additional deaths

    Arizona health officials reported 1,044 new coronavirus cases and 14 more deaths on Wednesday, putting the state's totals at 241,165 COVID-19 infections and 5,905 fatalities.
  • Maricopa County makes it easier to access COVID-19 assistance programs

    Maricopa County launched its Take Care website last week, providing convenient access to information about six federal CARES Act-funded programs.
  • AZDHS revises recommended coronavirus guidelines for schools

    The Arizona Department of Health Services shifted guidelines for how schools should deliver instruction as coronavirus cases continue to rise.
  • Lilly stays confident in possible COVID drug after setback

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Eli Lilly continues to back a potential COVID-19 treatment despite research showing that it may not work on hospitalized patients. The drugmaker said Tuesday it remains confident that its drug may stop COVID from developing in other patients. Researchers are still studying the drug in mild to moderately ill patients, to try […]
  • Arizona’s top health official warns to stay vigilant as COVID-19 cases rise

    Arizona top public health official, Cara Christ, released a video Tuesday warning residents to remain vigilant as coronavirus cases in the state continue to rise.
  • Banner reopens select respiratory units amid rising coronavirus cases

    As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Arizona, Banner Health is reopening select respiratory units that closed after state's case surge over the summer.
  • Arizona reports 1,157 new coronavirus cases, 16 more deaths

    Arizona health officials reported 1,157 new coronavirus cases and 16 more deaths on Tuesday, putting the state's totals at 240,122 COVID-19 infections and 5,891 fatalities.
  • Economist says Arizona has recovered 60% of jobs lost during pandemic

    Valley economist Jim Rounds said Arizona has recovered more than half of the jobs lost during the coronavirus pandemic while he puts the national number at half.
  • Fox News anchors quarantine after virus exposure on flight

    NEW YORK (AP) — Several Fox News Channel on-air personalities were exposed last week to someone on a private plane who later tested positive for COVID-19, leading the network to take extra precautions this week. The network said in a memo to staff members on Monday that there had recently been “a few” positive coronavirus […]
  • Phoenix partially restores bus service to pre-COVID levels

    The city of Phoenix on Monday partially restored its bus service to levels before the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Arizona reports 801 new coronavirus cases, 1 additional death

    Arizona health officials reported 801 new coronavirus cases and one more death on Monday, putting the state's totals at 238,964 COVID-19 infections and 5,875 fatalities.
  • Drop in Arizona students enrolled in kindergarten raises concerns

    With kindergarten enrollment down 14% this year, experts are worried about younger children missing out both academically and socially.
  • Glendale Christmas parade canceled, Glitters downsized amid coronavirus

    The 2020 Hometown Christmas Parade in Glendale has been canceled due to the coronavirus, but Glendale Glitters goes on without opening weekend festivities.
  • Arizona reports 1,392 new coronavirus cases, 5 additional deaths

    Arizona health officials reported 1,392 new coronavirus cases and five more deaths on Sunday, putting the state's totals at 238,163 COVID-19 infections and 5,874 fatalities.
  • Mike Pence’s top aide tests positive for coronavirus

    VP Mike Pence will continue his aggressive campaign schedule after his chief of staff, Marc Short, tested positive for the coronavirus Saturday.