A judge on Monday struck down an Arizona law that blocks schools from requiring masks and restrict the power of local governments to impose COVID-19 requirements, the latest turn in a nationwide legal battle over pandemic rules.
The Hawaii lieutenant governor watched in horror as protesters showed up outside his condo, yelled at him through bullhorns and beamed strobe lights into the building to harass him over vaccine requirements.
A toddler who was pulled unconscious from a backyard pool has died, Phoenix police confirmed Sunday.
Arizona health officials on Sunday reported more than 3,000 new coronavirus cases and an additional three deaths as a surge driven by the delta variant continued for the sixth week.
Facebook is building a data center in metro Phoenix that will use only renewable energy, the company announced Thursday.
Arizona on Thursday reported 2,970 additional COVID-19 cases, the most reported in a single day in the past six months, as the number of virus patients occupying hospital beds continued to climb.
Glendale police say one of their officers has died from COVID-19.
Coconino County has been using a respite in monsoon rains to install emergency flood control measures in a neighborhood below a mountain overlooking eastern Flagstaff.
The Arizona State Fair will be staged this October at its usual site on the state fairgrounds in central Phoenix after all.