After Gov. Doug Ducey and public education chief Kathy Hoffman closed all Arizona schools last week amid the coronavirus pandemic, some child care centers have remained open to help serve first responders and health care workers.
Environmental groups warn that a new segment of border fence the Trump administration is building in Arizona will destroy recovery efforts for the jaguar species that travels between the U.S. and Mexico.
A member of the Navajo Nation has tested positive for coronavirus, said President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer in a Facebook post. The reservation’s Department of Health told officials that the patient is a 46-year-old with recent travel history.
Across the nation, Latino voters have tended to favor Democratic candidate Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders. That’s not always the case in Florida, where the Latino community is very diverse and tends to lean more conservative.
Bars will be shutting down and restaurants switching to delivery or take-out only in Phoenix and Tucson starting Tuesday night. This comes after Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego and Tucson Mayor Regina Romero declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus.
Arizona businesses and public spaces are shutting down across the state to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus. And now, the Arizona Legislature might do so as well. Republican leaders in both the state House and Senate are planning to pass a baseline budget and any bills needed to keep government agencies in operation. That is expected this week.
And now for something a little different: Let’s talk about weeds. In particular, about one weed with a particularly funny name: stinknet. The name isn’t so much about the smell as it is about encouraging people to pull it out.
Guidance from state officials has been evolving week to week to keep up with changes at the federal level related to coronavirus. The Show reached out to Dr. Michael White, chief medical officer for Valleywise Health.
Arizona's Presidential Preference Election comes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Arizona Democratic Party Chair Felecia Rotellini joined The Show to explain why postponement wouldn't have been a good idea.
GI Bill benefits usually require student veterans to be enrolled in in-person classes to receive full benefits. A bipartisan bill introduced by Sen. Kyrsten Sinema seeks to protect those benefits as schools shift to online instruction during the coronavirus outbreak.
Arizona’s Democratic Presidential Preference Election is Tuesday, and the Maricopa County Elections Department has made several changes due to coronavirus concerns. In-person voters no longer have an assigned polling location and can select any vote center to cast their ballots.
Until around 10 years ago, Ajo, Arizona, fit the description of a "literal" food desert. A local nonprofit decided to change that label and partnered with members of the Tohono O’odham tribe to farm traditional and indigenous crops in the area.