Alfredo Barboza Saucedo was trimming a palm tree in a backyard of a Phoenix home when 700 pounds of palm fronds crushed him.
People's glasses are fogging up because of face coverings.
Two Valley brothers are making it their mission to let people know they're not alone.
While indoor music venues around the Valley struggle during the pandemic, some event planners are trying to get creative to bring in business.
She was taken to Flagstaff Medical Center. But her problems got worse when she said she was given a higher dose of anti-venom.
"I won't survive, I'm getting ready to close down."
Arizona state senator Lupe Contreras got the coronavirus back in April.
"He took him from his brothers and me," said the victim's mother, Carol DaRoja.
A Valley teacher is speaking out after quitting his job. He said it's because of how the district is handling COVID-19.
"It feels good to be a good person."