Danny Shapiro, KTAR News

Danny Shapiro

KTAR News

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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  • KTAR News
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  • 98.7 Arizona Sports
  • Beaumont Enterprise

Recent articles by Danny:

UArizona expanding coronavirus antibody testing program across state

The University of Arizona on Friday announced it will expand its coronavirus antibody testing program to have locations throughout the state. → Read More

Phoenix Indian Center collecting donations to help Navajo Nation

The Phoenix Indian Center is collecting donations to help members of the Navajo Nation that have been affected by the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Valley fitness center CEO says Ducey's modified order lacks industry clarity

The founder and CEO of a Valley-based fitness center said Friday he is frustrated Gov. Doug Ducey's modified "stay-at-home" order didn't provide clarity for his business or the industry. → Read More

Chandler nursing center reports 40 coronavirus cases, 4 resident deaths

A Chandler nursing center said Friday that 40 of its residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and four have died since the first case of the virus was reported last week in the facility. → Read More

Sinema says 'finally' after Ducey narrows down essential services list

After weeks of calling on Arizona's governor to narrow the list of essential services during the coronavirus outbreak, U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema was pleased to see action taken Friday. → Read More

Top Arizona health official expects peak COVID-19 cases to occur in April

A top state health official said Wednesday she expects the peak of coronavirus cases in Arizona to happen in April. → Read More

ASU says 15 students have had confirmed cases of coronavirus

Arizona State University said it had 15 confirmed cases of coronavirus among its student population as of Monday. → Read More

Arizona no-kill shelter offering free adoptions before closing due to virus

The largest no-kill shelter in Arizona is offering free adoptions at its main location before closing it for two weeks because of coronavirus. → Read More

Coconino County reports first presumptive case of coronavirus

Coconino County Health and Human Services on Wednesday reported its first case of coronavirus. → Read More

Valley prepares for another round of rain as high country readies for snow

After a wet week in the Valley, more rain is expected Wednesday while the high country readies for snow. → Read More

ASU, UA, NAU keeping classes online through end of semester due to virus

Arizona State, University of Arizona and Northern Arizona on Monday announced they are keeping all classes online through the end of the spring semester because of ongoing coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Libraries in metro Phoenix announce closures due to coronavirus concerns

Libraries across the Valley are closing and canceling programs because of continued coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Arizona leaders announce statewide closure of schools due to coronavirus

Arizona leaders on Sunday announced the statewide closure of schools for at least two weeks because of the effects of coronavirus. → Read More

Coronavirus cases in Arizona reach 10 after second reported in Pima County

The second presumptive case of coronavirus in Pima County was announced Friday evening, bringing the total amount of cases in Arizona to 10. → Read More

Hail, heavy rain pelt parts of Valley during lunch hour

Heavy rain and hail pelted parts of the Valley on Friday during lunch hour, the continuation of a busy week of precipitation. → Read More

Tempe creates new award to honor fire captain killed in 2018

The city of Tempe has created a new award to honor a fire captain who was killed off-duty in 2018. → Read More

ASU moving to online classes because of coronavirus concerns

Arizona State University is transitioning to online classes starting Monday because of coronavirus concerns, President Michael Crow announced Wednesday. → Read More

Ducey issues public health emergency for Arizona due to coronavirus

Gov. Doug Ducey on Wednesday issued a declaration of public health emergency for Arizona due to continuing coronavirus concerns. → Read More

Enrique Iglesias, Ricky Martin bringing Latin vibes to Glendale this summer

Fans of Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin will get to spend a night this summer loving the Latin pop stars in the Valley. → Read More

Dems say no live audience at Phoenix debate amid coronavirus fears

The Democratic National Convention on Tuesday announced that Sunday's debate at the Arizona Federal Theatre will not feature a live audience amid growing coronavirus fears. → Read More