Elderly Arizona
Elderly Arizonans Are Isolating to Stay Alive—And It’s Killing Them

As stricter measures to reduce the spread of the coronavirus are put in place, Arizona’s most vulnerable are finding themselves increasingly more alone.

Worried About Rent? Arizona Just Created an Eviction Prevention Program to Help.

Arizona lawmakers passed a bill that provides $100 million in health and community relief for those hurt financially by the coronavirus outbreak.

She Went To Peru To Visit Family. Now She Can’t Get Back To The U.S.

Travelers are stranded both within the country and abroad as efforts to curb the spread of the coronavirus have led to worldwide travel bans.

How Two Arizona Senators Are Approaching The Coronavirus Outbreak

Senators Kyrsten Sinema and Martha McSally's approach to leadership during a national health crisis couldn’t be more different.

Banner Health Opens Drive-Thru Testing. Insurance Not Required

Tests take 5-20 minutes to perform, and patients must call in advance.

Local Churches Might Not Make It Through This Epidemic

Redeem Robinson started his Phoenix-based church last year. After building a thriving congregation, he’s now praying that his church will weather the storm.

Arizona Hospitals Aren’t Ready For Coronavirus. This Is How Bad It Could Get.

Sun City, a retirement community with nearly 40,000 residents, has the least amount of hospital beds available in the state.