A compilation of daily coronavirus Tucson updates.
So far, many groups haven't seen a huge increase in demand for child care but they are open and prepared to serve families who need care now and in the foreseeable future as school closures remain in place.
You've probably seen homemade masks all over social media, as Tucsonans take up the fight against coronavirus, armed with needles and thread.
Feeling a little blue or anxious from the news? Relax with a stress-free list of local businesses offering at-home workouts, meditation and stress management exercises. Read more
Editor's note: Tucson Mayor Regina Romero ordererd all non-essential businesses and services as identified by Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey to close beginning at 8 a.m. on Saturday, March 28 through… Read more
We are so thankful it's spring in Tucson. Because, global pandemic or not, the birds are still singing, and the wildflowers are still blooming. Read more
Tucson organizations and businesses are getting creative to make sure that everyone in our community has access to food Read more
Editors note: This story was last updated on March 30. Read more
Do you need a change of scenery? Take a break from at-home life and drive around town exploring local art. Read more
We're sailing some uncharted parenting waters at the moment and there are a lot of ways our childrens' mental health, emotions and well-being are being impacted by what we're all experiencing. Read more
As social distancing begins in earnest, we find that the need to rally together as a community grows stronger. Read more
Arizona school kids won't be going back to school before mid-April; Tucson businesses are super innovative; Loft is streaming films to your living room; and restaurants are fundraising for workers. Read more
Among the list of things that many of us raising children never thought we'd have to navigate? A global pandemic that would completely change our lives. Read more
All local YMCA branches have suspended their regular fitness programming and are now using five Tucson-area locations and one in Pinal County to strictly provide emergency childcare while school is out of session for children ages 5-12. Read more
Local produce is being delivered, offered in drive-thrus and donated to those in need; the state is mandating restaurant dining room closures; and TUSD gets meals for kids set up. Read more
Today we were tracking the impact on Tucson restaurant workers after restaurant dining rooms were forced to close; more closures at places like the zoo and Casino del Sol; and some brighter stories like Eegee's donating all their baked bread and local businesses moving education, craft, baking and fitness classes online. Read more
You can support local businesses from your couch! Read more
The Tucson City of Gastronomy compiled this list of resources. Read more
You can shop online from around 250 artists. Read more