Two members of Congress, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) and congressman Paul Gosar (R-Ariz.), say they are isolating themselves after determining they had contact at a political conference with a man who has tested positive for coronavirus.
Health experts urge hand-washing for 20 seconds to help stem the spread of the coronavirus. But just how hot does that water need to be? Whether you scrub your hands to "Happy Birthday" or the alphabet song or Lady Macbeth's "Out, damned spot" speech, you might wonder if that tepid water is really doing the job.
Very few veterans qualify for dental benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs, and Arizona's Medicaid plan doesn't usually cover preventative dental treatment. That leaves a critical gap in dental care for a vulnerable population, and leads to costly ER visits and lost work productivity.
Two people from the same Pinal County household as a woman already diagnosed COVID-19 also have been diagnosed with the disease caused by the coronavirus, raising the state's total to five, officials announced Saturday.
Armed with prescriptions and diagnoses from pediatricians, speech therapists and other specialists, hundreds of families asked the state to provide a device that would give a voice to their developmentally disabled children. The Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities sat on hundreds of requests for speech-generating devices for months. In February, they denied nearly all those requests using policies that AHCCCS says violate Medicaid rules.
Dozens of families in Mexico have organized to fight for their children’s lives. The kids are battling cancer, but their treatments have been cut off as a result of the Mexican president’s austerity and anti-corruption plans.
Since the Trump administration implemented its so-called "Remain in Mexico" program a little over a year ago, an estimated 60,000 asylum seekers have been forced to wait on the other side of the border for their court dates. Father Sean Carroll is a Catholic priest and the executive director of the Kino Border Initiative. He has been outspoken about the effects of the this policy.
KJZZ's Friday NewsCap revisits some of the biggest stories of the week. The Show discussed the week in news with Jon Gabriel, editor-in-chief of Ricochet.com and Andrei Cherny, former Chair of the Arizona Democratic Party.
Last year, Grand Canyon National Park in northern Arizona was the second most visited national park in the country, with just shy of 6 million visitors. And, the town just outside of it — Tusayan — is looking to expand in a big way.
Winnie Ruth Judd, also known as the "Trunk Murderess," has been the subject of a lot of speculation over the years. Historians cite her case as helping to put Phoenix on the map in the 1930s. Phoenix Theatre is opening a new play about Judd’s case next week.
The former New York mayor and Democratic Presidential candidate will use his Arizona staff to help boost Joe Biden and defeat Donald Trump. Bloomberg dropped out of the presidential race Wednesday after spending more than half a billion dollars.
A number of states do a lot of trading with China, which is the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak, and those states include Arizona. The coronavirus, and the fear around it, could affect Arizona companies and their supply chains.