Black men with inhaler
Coronavirus Is Hitting Black and Brown Communities the Hardest

Although anyone can contract COVID-19, the virus devastates the poor, the vulnerable, the marginalized and communities of color in larger numbers. 

The Ak-Chin Community
‘Words Cannot Express The Pain And Suffering’: The Ak-Chin Community Mourns Chairman Who Died Unexpectedly

The Ak-Chin Indian Community is mourning the unexpected loss of Louis Manuel Jr., who died unexpectedly over the weekend.

Some Tribes’ Census Response Rates Are At or Below 1%. That’s a Big Problem.

Experts have blamed the lack of internet access in Indian Country and the arrival of the coronavirus for tribes' low Census response rates.

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.

Courier Newsroom Illustration/Desiree Tapia
Grocery Delivery, Donation Boxes, And Free Meals: How Neighbors Are Helping Neighbors

Phoenicians have been finding ways to help out their neighbors during the coronavirus pandemic while complying with social distancing restrictions.

Ruben Gallego
Rep. Ruben Gallego Helps Save a Life And Entertains With AMA on a Plane

Rep. Ruben Gallego had quite the flight last week where he helped save a life and held a no-holds-barred AMA with constituents.

Coronavirus Test
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.