Episodes of Arizona 360

Wildfire season, mask ordinances, SCOTUS rulings

Jun 26, 2020 Plus, President Trump made his third visit to Arizona in 2020.

DACA upheld, COVID-19 surge, selling water rights

Jun 19, 2020 Plus, a look at ongoing development in the city of Tucson.

Coronavirus cases up, hospitals alarmed, cooling centers

Jun 12, 2020 Plus, a Tucson EMT describes what it's like to work in a COVID-19 hot spot.

Black Lives Matter, policing protests, civil discourse

Jun 5, 2020 Plus, a local artist shares his experiences as a Black man in America in his Own Words.

Worship during the pandemic, new business strategies, federal loan options

May 22, 2020 Plus, an infection preventionist's offers advice on face masks and gloves.

Slowing the spread, businesses reopen, pandemic’s economic impact

May 15, 2020 Plus, what businesses and employers are liable for when it comes to preventing an outbreak.

Antibody testing, nonprofits setback, pandemic’s impact on education

May 8, 2020 Plus, one Tucson hospital prepares for the return of elective procedures.

Easing COVID-19 restrictions, Cochise County impact, workplace safety

May 1, 2020 Also, Arizona 360 revisits its commentary series Own Words.

Tucson mayor, pandemic impacting farms, restarting the economy

Apr 24, 2020 Plus, medical experts weigh in on the decision to resume elective surgeries next month.

Fort Huachuca pandemic precautions, UA president, funerals impacted

Apr 17, 2020 Plus, what role community has in supporting vulnerable groups during the pandemic.

Businesses adapt to the pandemic, help for displaced workers, tribal nations impacted

Apr 10, 2020 Plus, how to discuss the outbreak and manage at-home learning with children.

Stay-at-home order, distance learning extended, COVID-19 updates in Spanish

Apr 3, 2020 Plus, next steps for the Pima County Board of Supervisors after the death of Chairman Richard Elías.

COVID-19: Businesses impacted, mobile meals for students, physical distancing

Mar 27, 2020 How the business community and education leaders are responding to the pandemic.

COVID-19 emergency declarations, blood supply shortage, precautions at the Capitol

Mar 20, 2020 Plus, an environmental microbiologist explains how germs spread indoors.

COVID-19 preparedness, TPD deflection program, census undercount

Mar 13, 2020 Plus, understanding the long-term economic impacts of the novel coronavirus.

Super Tuesday’s sway, refugees in Arizona, Broadway widening

Mar 6, 2020 A political roundtable analyzes what Tuesday's results indicate about Arizona's upcoming Democratic Presidential Preference Election.

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