Cases And Deaths on the Rise: What Gov. Ducey’s Disaster Declaration Means

As the cases of coronavirus continue to rise, Gov. Ducey issued a major disaster declaration Wednesday. Plus more important coronavirus updates for today.

Martha McSally AP Photo by Scott Applewhite
Video: Full Repeal of ACA Could Mean 300K Arizonans Lose Coverage

A full repeal of the ACA would leave Arizonans vulnerable during a critical time in our nation's history.

Four More Arizonans Die As a Result of COVID-19

Here's the latest coronavirus numbers, and how Honeywell plans to help those on the front lines of the virus.

Gov. Ducey Issues Stay-At-Home Order Effective Tuesday at 5 p.m.

The Governor's announcement comes on the same day Arizona mayors sent a letter to his office urging him to sign an order.

A sign warning against COVID-19 is seen in front of a closed restaurant Friday, March 27, 2020, in Phoenix. Arizona is ramping up its unemployment insurance operations as it sees an unprecedented flood of new claims as the COVID-19 coronavirus staggers industries that are key to the state's economy. Arizona's food service industry employs about 230,000 people and an estimated 80% have been furloughed or laid off. (AP Photo/Matt York)
Arizonans Aged 20 – 44 Lead Coronavirus Cases

Plus, Gov. Ducey closes schools for the rest of the school year, and the Director of Arizona Department of Emergency Management resigns over the weekend.

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It’s Day Eight, And I’m Still Waiting For Coronavirus Test Results

With testing dysfunction and major delays in testing, many more Arizonans may be exposed to coronavirus.

Tempe Just Elected Its First Black Mayor And First Indigenous City Council Member

Election results show Mayor-Elect Corey Woods beat incumbent Mark Mitchell by 14%, and Doreen Garlid won with the most votes at 25%.