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Nearly 1,600 Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in Arizona

14 minutes ago by Meg O'Connor
Nearly 1,600 people in Arizona now have tested positive for COVID-19. We can expect that number to rise through at least the middle of this month.

The Five Best Local Songs of March 2020

3 hours ago by Chris Coplan
Here is a sampling of the diverse and dynamic sounds currently defining the Valley.

Cooking Via Virtual Videos With Some Greater Phoenix Chefs

4 hours ago by Lauren Cusimano
Some greater Phoenix chefs are offering instructional cooking video via social media.

10 Movies You Didn't Know Were Filmed in Arizona

4 hours ago by Heather Hoch
Our state has lent its scenery to some great movies.

Behind the Scenes With Nancy Stevens of Pub Rock Live

4 hours ago by Lauren Wise
The owner of the Scottsdale venue has done it all.

Growing Up — Urban Farms Have the Potential to Transform Phoenix

5 hours ago by Chris Malloy
Urban farms have the potential to transform Phoenix — now more than ever.

State Should Ease Rules on Medical Marijuana Exams and Deliveries, Advocates Say

22 hours ago by Nick Meyers
“This seems very unfair to the physicians to put us in this situation,” Burns said

Popular Arizona Hiking Trails Are Still Open, but for How Long?

23 hours ago by Ray Stern
"We believe the governor’s order does limit a city’s ability to close trails," said Scottsdale spokesperson Kelly Corsette.

1,413 Coronavirus Cases Confirmed in Arizona, 29 People Have Died

1 day ago by Meg O'Connor
The actual number of people infected with COVID-19 in Arizona likely is much higher, since DHS has instructed providers not to test everyone.

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