November 5, 2021 / Modified nov 5, 2021 8:05 p.m.

COVID-19 vaccines for children, Tucson election and the future of San Manuel

Plus, downtown revitalization and Oro Valley economic development on this week's edition of Arizona 360.

The Food and Drug Administration approved the COVID-19 vaccination for children ages 5 to 11. Pediatrician and University of Arizona Health Sciences assistant professor Nathan Price speaks with Lorraine Rivera about what this means for Arizona families.


With results from two propositions and two city council elections announced this week, Lorraine Rivera gets analysis from Tucson Sentinel editor and publisher Dylan Smith.


With ongoing Rio Nuevo renovations in downtown Tucson, Edmund Marquez joins Lorraine Rivera for more on what to expect from the revitalization project.


Once a vibrant copper mining town northeast of Tucson, San Manuel residents are looking for ways to improve their hometown. Tony Paniagua visits the community of San Manuel to speak with residents and learn more.


The Town of Oro Valley is reporting a 12% increase in new businesses. For more on the latest growth in Oro Valley, community and economic development director Paul Melcher talks with Lorraine Rivera.

Arizona 360
Arizona 360 airs Fridays at 8:30 p.m. on PBS 6 and Saturdays at 8 p.m. on PBS 6 PLUS. See more from Arizona 360.
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