Arizona has the worst coronavirus diagnosis rate in the country, and health experts believe the state's infection rate is higher than what's reported.
Arizona’s COVID-19 case counts are reaching levels not seen since the peak over the summer, yet Gov. Ducey maintains that a shutdown isn't in the plans.
Whether Ducey deserves credit or blame for alternately controlling and unleashing the virus is not in doubt — observers say he's earned both.
Arizona is seeing progress in curbing the spread of the coronavirus, but we still have a long way to go. Here are three things we can do to stay safe.
Kern recently defended his disregard for Phoenix's public health efforts, questioning the need to follow rules put in place by a "Democrat mayor."
The Arizona governor stood by his past response to the growing COVID-19 pandemic despite growing concern from health experts and other local leaders.
President Trump announced plans to leave his home to visit Arizona the same day the state’s Republican governor extended his stay-at-home order.