In a letter to President Donald Trump, Governor Doug Ducey has requested a major disaster declaration from the federal government to aid Arizona amid the COVID-19 outbreak.
Arizona Senate candidates are innovating new ways to campaign as the coronavirus pandemic has shaken up state state.
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, prices for some products, such as masks, toilet paper and hand sanitizer, have seen big increases. Now, two Arizona lawmakers say a vendor is engaging in price gouging against first responders.
Gov. Doug Ducey urged Arizonans to be understanding as individuals and businesses face April 1 due dates for bills.
A stay-at-home order that was issued by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to slow the spread of the new coronavirus has taken effect in Arizona.
The approved budget adds to $55 million in emergency cash approved earlier this month to pay for the health department’s virus response efforts. That money would come from the state’s rainy day fund.
Members of Arizona's congressional delegation react Friday to a move by a Kentucky congressman during the stimulus bill vote that sparked outrage.
Governor Doug Ducey issued an executive order Thursday morning requiring hospitals to increase hospital bed capacity, optimize staffing and "maximize critical resources."
Governor Doug Ducey announced Thursday a new agreement that will ensure that Arizona residents facing financial crisis amid the coronavirus pandemic will have reliable access to electricity.
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey has signed legislation that will charge hospitals a new fee but bring them higher Medicaid payments in return.
Municipal leaders criticized Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey over his decision to classify some businesses like golf courses as “essential” during the coronavirus pandemic.
In a Wednesday news conference, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey listed several ways the state is aiding those impacted by the coronavirus spread.
The economic impact of the coronavirus is being felt by millions of Americans and here in Arizona, unemployment numbers jumped significantly. FOX 10's Steve Nielsen reports.
Governor Doug Ducey announced Tuesday the launch of a new website aimed at bringing together resources for those affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Rebecca Sunenshine says social distancing is important, but does not believe the governor should have closed schools, restaurants and other public places, saying the benefit could outweigh the costs in the end.
The Arizona House on Monday passed an emergency budget package that includes $50 million in funding previously approved by the state Senate to address the coronavirus crisis.
In an executive order issued on Monday, March 23, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey detailed what constitutes as "essential services" in Arizona during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Arizona House on Monday passed an emergency budget package that includes $50 million in funding previously approved by the state Senate to address the coronavisis crisis.
On Monday, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey announced that the state has launched a new COVID-19 hotline that will give state residents a new way to to access important information related to the virus.
Days after Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego announced a state of emergency in response to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, members of the Phoenix City Council approved a substitute motion to declare a local emergency instead.