After record-breaking park attendance last weekend, the city of Phoenix Parks Department will be restricting access to some popular hiking trails starting this weekend.
Domestic and sexual violence groups are continuing to provide services to survivors of abuse in Arizona, despite the coronavirus pandemic. And that’s important to know, because it’s times like these when there can be a spike in abuse.
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Navajo County Ranks 13th Worldwide For COVID-19 Rate
Navajo County ranks 13th worldwide and 11th in the U.S. for COVID-19 infections per 1,000 people. As of Friday, Navajo County reported 43 cases
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Arizonas Older Adults Facing Challenges With Food And Scams
Many older adults are struggling to get food during the coronavirus pandemic. They are also at an increase risk of being scammed.
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Beer Distributors Fund Supports Bar, Restaurant Employees
Crescent Crown, the state's largest beer distributor, will donate a percentage of each sale to bar and restaurant employees who are out of work.
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Tucson Mayor Advises Salons, Barbershops To Close
Tucson Mayor Regina Romero ordered all non-essential businesses to shut down. Gov. Doug Ducey's recent executive order defining "essential" businesses includes barbershops, salons, and spas. Romero's order "strongly advises" those businesses to close anyway.
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Rockfall Shuts State Route 88 Near Roosevelt
Rockfall has closed State Route 88, two miles west of Roosevelt, the Arizona Department of Transportation said. The department says debris at Milepost 242 is blocking access between Roosevelt Lake and Apache Lake.

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Trump To Issue Travel Advisory, Not Quarantine, For New York, New Jersey, Connecticut
The president's decision came hours after publicly floating the possibility that he would issue quarantines for the three hard-hit states.
Cases of COVID-19 have appeared throughout the country, but certain areas have been hit harder than others. Find out how many cases and deaths have been reported in each state.
Census Field Operations Further Delayed Until April 15 By COVID-19 Pandemic
The Census Bureau says it's suspending for two more weeks the hiring of temporary workers and in-person visits in remote communities and areas recovering from natural disasters for the 2020 count.
WHO Reviews 'Available' Evidence On Coronavirus Transmission Through Air
A scientific brief from the World Health Organization says "current evidence" points to infectious respiratory droplets passed in "close contact" situations, but some say it's too soon to be sure
HHS Warns States Not To Put People With Disabilities At The Back Of The Line For Care
States are preparing guidelines for when there's not enough care to go around. Disability groups are worried that those standards will allow rationing that excludes people with disabilities.