More Arizonans are working at home and that means more electricity consumption. Scott Harelson with SRP says that usage has increased by 3% to 5%. But another trend is happening simultaneously — early morning use for the utility’s customers is actually going down.
Amid a wave of executive orders, Gov. Doug Ducey decided this week to allow Arizona veterinarians to use telemedicine when seeing patients. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says there is no conclusive evidence showing companion animals, like dogs and cats, can spread COVID-19.
Most of the detained plaintiffs in a lawsuit seeking to halt in-person immigration court hearings during the coronavirus pandemic are being held in Arizona. They also want the government to create a secure way to talk with lawyers on the outside, or provide protective gear to keep meetings safe.
News about the coronavirus has now overwhelmed our airwaves, screens and social media feeds. And not all of that information is reliable. Kristy Roschke at the News Co/Lab at ASU said uncertainty is what makes information about the coronavirus so hard for news consumers to process. → Get The Latest News On The Coronavirus
If you’ve got questions about what Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey's “Stay Home, Stay Connected and Stay Safe” order means for your daily life, rest assured, you’re not alone. Since the order took effect at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, there’s been varying takes on its impact.
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Pima County has begun to call for volunteers to be ready when an anticipated surge of COVID-19 patients begins to develop in Arizona. The county has begun building a database of volunteers with specific skills it can call upon to help fight the coronavirus.
As we’re all being asked to stay away from others, the outdoors seem like one of the best places to go – unless everyone else has that same thought at the same time. So, how can we strike that balance between getting outside and keeping everyone who works and loves these places safe?
Arizona students will not return to class before the end of the school year, and the Legislature has directed public schools to offer some kind of learning opportunities in the meantime. But Board Member Armando Ruiz was concerned about what effect losing one-third of traditional instruction time would have on some of Arizona students from underprivileged communities.
Anthropologists have long debated whether evolutionary changes that led to the modern human brain began with the Homo branch of the family tree or in much earlier ancestors like “Lucy.” A new study offers fresh clues.
The federal government announced Wednesday the immediate closure of Grand Canyon National Park to keep visitors and workers safe from COVID-19. On March 18, more than two weeks after the first case was reported in the U.S., Interior Secretary David Bernhardt encouraged people to visit national parks and waived all entrance fees.
We know that washing our hands is worth it right now and that it's the best way to kill the COVID-19 virus, but what about all of the other things we’ve been doing to try to make sure we don’t contract this virus?
The health care contractor for the Arizona Department of Corrections has identified approximately 6,600 inmates in state prisons at high risk for contracting the coronavirus, based on their age and underlying medical conditions. But on Tuesday, a spokesperson for Gov. Doug Ducey, Patrick Ptak, said Ducey will not be releasing any inmates to mitigate the spread of the virus.
The Arizona Small Restaurant Coalition says it needs Gov. Ducey’s help to try to save their businesses. The rent came due April 1, and too many restaurants can’t cover it. Chef Danielle Leoni, who co-owns the Breadfruit and Rum Bar, said the future of Arizona’s small business community is at risk.
Hotel owners are asking for federal help as most hotel rooms in the Valley sit empty. But there’s a complication. Hotel owners in the Valley owe more than $2 billion to lenders through a mortgage that will require special action.
Sonora, the Mexican state bordering Arizona, is calling for medical students and others to join the pandemic fight. Sonoran Health Secretary Enrique Clausen said the invitation is open for students in their fourth semesters or beyond.
Arizona boasts many women who have made history both in the state and on the national stage. We all know the impact that Sandra Day O'Connor and Rose Mofford had, but in The Show's Women of the West series, we highlight some of the lesser-known women whose stories shaped our state's history. Meet Refugio Barth Landavazo.