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The event featuring visual and performing artists along with cooking demonstrations will raise money for the Arizona Citizens for the Arts.
Sapphire of Tucson, a nursing home on the city's south side, reported Monday that 24 residents and 3 employees have tested positive for COVID-19.
Starting at 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 31, Arizonans must "limit their time'' away from their homes or property except to participate in "essential activities,'' the order says.
Arizona Schools Chief Kathy Hoffman estimates more than 100,000 students don't have access to technology to do school work at home, putting them at a disadvantage during the coronavirus-related closures.
Pinal County will hold some inmates from Tucson who are headed for state prisons until the Department of Corrections can take them.
The pharmacy is selling four-ounce bottles of FDA-approved hand sanitizer to the public. Sanitizer is also being donated to first-responders.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Tucson is seeking monetary donations after two big fundraisers have been postponed.
The owner says that his restaurant cannot survive on just takeout business; will close at the end of the day Tuesday, March 31.
The number of confirmed coronavirus cases has reached 1,157 statewide, Arizona health officials said on Monday.
Though Arizona K-12 campuses will be closed for the remainder of the school year, the remote learning that is underway must continue.
Downtown Nogales feels like a ghost town after travel restrictions to help stop the spread of coronavirus forced many stores to close.
Brian David Johnson, a futurist at ASU, says community members should realize the world changed in December 2019.
As of Sunday morning, the state was reporting 919 confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 17 deaths caused by the virus. Private testing labs and the state public health lab have collectively conducted 13,872 coronavirus tests.
From indoor playgrounds to arcades, bowling alleys, gyms and beauty salons, the coronavirus outbreak has put Tucson business owners in a tough spot as their services can't be packed into a takeout container.
With interest rates at historic lows and recent increases in Tucson home values, many jittery homeowners impacted by the coronavirus outbreak are looking to refinance to get their hands on cash. Experts sound off on whether that's the right move.
A new federal law expands paid family and sick leave, but small businesses must pay and wait for reimbursement.
Known cases of coronavirus have hit 919 statewide and 153 in Pima County, state health officials said Sunday morning.
Some Tucson school districts are setting up child care programs to help nurses, doctors and those who serve in law enforcement, fire or emergency medical services with child care.
A few early studies suggest COVID-19's spread is tied to temperature, but some scientists are highly skeptical of the findings.
Employers have made some adjustments to help Tucson-area grocery workers, but customers still aren't doing their part.
We're all under strict orders to keep our distance from each other, but Tucsonans are finding ways to reach out to their neighbors just the same.
Mayor Regina Romero ordered the shuttering of "non-essential" businesses in Tucson — but only those that Gov. Doug Ducey said local governments can close. The number of known local deaths from COVID-19 on Friday rose to four.
Four Pima County residents have died of COVID-19, up from two on Thursday, according to the Pima County Health Department website.
University students in Arizona seeking refunds for services they paid for in the spring semester have filed a class-action lawsuit after the c…
Arizona health officials have confirmed more than 100 new cases of coronavirus, which has spread to every county except Greenlee.
From virtual meetings to car parades and daily videos, Tucson educators work to maintain social connection with students.
Frontline employees at Banner-University Medical Center could have thousands of dorm beds available to them.
This was to be the start of Arizona’s push toward a third consecutive berth in NCAA golf’s version of the Final Four. Instead, coach Laura Ianello has sent her players to their homes in Asia and Europe, unsure who will return in the fall.
Editor's note: This story was updated to correct the extent of closures, which are primarily to forests' group sites, restrooms and visitor centers.
Earlier this week, the state's Department of Health Services announced the need to double our hospital and ICU bed capacity as we near the pea…
Some local departments are issuing citations for minor offenses; serious offenders are being booked into jail.
Dr. Bob England, director of the Pima County Health Department, answers questions on the COVID-19 virus and its impact on the medical community.
Disaster preparedness plans in Washington and Alabama say people with cognitive issues are a lower priority for lifesaving treatment. Disability advocacy organizations have asked the federal government to clarify the plans.
Hospital has dedicated unit to treat coronavirus patients and for now its supplies are ample, officials say.
February jobless data for Arizona showed 112 consecutive months of growth of year-over-year employment. Given the layoffs and closures from COVID-19, that record is not going to be sustained.
While the closures were supposed to end by March 31, county supervisors voted to extend the timeline during an emergency meeting on Thursday.
A third of daily flights at Tucson International airport are canceled, with more cuts expected in April, the airport's chief says.
Pima County said the second person to die here is a man in his 70s with "other health conditions that may have put him at higher risk."
The Arizona Department of Health Services has updated the community transmission level of coronavirus in the state to widespread.
After having to lay off 70 of her own employees due to the coronavirus, the Tucson restaurant owner is giving back with free meals three days a week.
Peak hospitalizations are expected in May — and Arizona needs another 13,000 hospital beds and 1,500 ICU beds by then.
Stores are increasing deliveries, putting limits on high-demand items and instituting special shopping hours for seniors and others in an effort to keep shelves stocked.
The Arizona governor said he has gotten permission from the federal government to ensure that none of the nearly 37,000 children enrolled in the KidsCare program lose coverage because a parent is unable to afford monthly premiums.
Arizona's biggest beer distributor to restaurants, bars and retail outlets has set up a fund to pay employees furloughed as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Boca Tacos is selling a pandemic T-shirt to help its workers; Catalina Mexican restaurant says you can eat free.
The event will be drive-through and the ministry will provide food bags and other items for those in need every weekday through Good Friday, April 10.
The student, who was a resident of the University of Arizona's Arizona-Sonora dorms, has moved away from Tucson and is living out of state with family.
Charles Gerba, a microbiologist at the University of Arizona and an expert in the research and eradication of germs, shares tips in fighting the spread of coronavirus.
Business owners can apply for a U.S. Small Business Administration loan online and can call the Pima Community College Small Business Development Center for assistance.
Other things to do while home: Watch a live camera of zoo animals, stream movies from The Loft Cinema or tune in for a virtual story time.
“The 10 percent who are choosing not to uphold — that’s a slap in the face to everyone who’s upholding.”
The child care program, set up in response to COVID-19 will serve children of first responders, critical health
care workers and essential public sector workers, including child safety workers.
The number of Arizonans applying for jobless benefits approached 30,000 last week — about seven times the number of claims filed the week before, providing the first clear indicators of the effect COVID-19 is having on the state's economy.
Arizona governor's order listing essential services — such as golf courses and pawnbrokers — prohibits local governments from closing them down during the coronavirus emergency without state approval.
Tucson-area utilities don’t want you to worry about your bills if your financial world has been upended by the coronavirus pandemic.
Detectives determined a delivery man picked up the wrong package from El Rio Health Center that contained unused COVID-19 test kits, which have now been returned.
Stephen Maltzman and his wife, Donna DePesa, spent 11 days stuck in their cabin off the coast of Recife, Brazil.
On Tuesday, I included a note on the Tucson Giving page asking nonprofits what they needed in this time of crisis. The first organization I he…
Outdoor spaces, like trails and campsites, will remain open, but parks officials are asking people to continue practice social distancing while outdoors, as crowding at the park was a concern over the weekend.
Jack Masterman, 89, fell at their Tucson home and developed pneumonia. He's trying to get to a skilled nursing rehabilitation center near their home, but needs to test negative for COVID-19 first.
UA researchers made 1,600 coronavirus test kits over the weekend, amid a nationwide shortage, and plan to make thousands more.
"It's so that people in these situations can plan ahead. We're going to hope for the best but we're going to prepare for eventual escalation of this.''
House Republicans blocked a proposal to provide additional cash benefits to those who have been fired, laid off, furloughed or otherwise cannot go to work during the pandemic.