The Maricopa County Attorney’s Office says it will change it’s charging decisions to address the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. The County Attorney’s Office says it is trying to walk the line between stopping the spread of the Coronavirus while ensuring the security of the community.
As many Arizonans prepare to hunker down amid the coronavirus pandemic, they’re hitting grocery stores and clearing out inventory. But one grocery store is trying to help senior citizens get what they need during this time.
Grand Canyon National Park is closing restaurants starting Thursday. The park says it wants to follow federal guidance and encourage social distancing to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Some dining locations still may serve takeout, however.
Mexico City has about 9 million inhabitants and, so far, only 21 registered cases of people with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. The mayor says it’s still time to stay calm, but many are already preparing to deal with the pandemic’s outbreak.
Arizona went forward with its Presidential Preference Election on Tuesday. Former Vice President Joe Biden won by double digits despite strong support among Latinos for his opponent, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Several Phoenix-area hospital systems are restricting the number of visitors a patient can see to limit the spread of COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus. Many hospitals are making visitors pass through temperature screenings.
First-time voters in Arizona are an important bloc in what’s considered a battleground state for the 2020 presidential election. If you're a first-time voter in this election season, KJZZ wants to hear from you.
The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project and Puente Human Rights Movement have called on ICE to release people held in Arizona and protect them from the coronavirus. Now activists has compiled a toolkit for pressuring local, state and federal officials.
Scottsdale leaders could have abolished a food tax Tuesday night but instead the council voted 4-3 to push the discussion down the road. Economic uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus was used to argue both sides.
Arizonans have no spring training baseball games, no concerts or festivals to attend due to the coronavirus shutdowns. But people are turning to a form of recreation that is still available — the outdoors.
First-time voters who haven’t mailed in their ballots will hit the polls in Arizona this week, shoring up the state as a battleground stage for November’s general election. KJZZ has been tracking some of these young voters as the election cycle circles around them.
The Navajo Nation announced late Wednesday that another member has tested positive for coronavirus bring the tribe's total to three. The three members are from Chilchinbeto. The Navajo Health Command Operations Center is considering issuing a shelter-in-place order for that community.
The NFL's free agency and trading period got underway as usual. Other than the announcement that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was leaving that team after 20 seasons, the biggest move was made by the Arizona Cardinals. The Show talked to Scott Bordow of the Athletic.
An initiative to ask Arizonans to legalize recreational marijuana is still working to qualify for the 2020 ballot, but the opposition is already gearing up to convince voters they should say no — again.The Show spoke more about it with Lisa James, chairwoman of Arizonans for Health and Public Safety.