September 10, 2021

Vaccine mandates, refugees from Afghanistan, and the monsoon season's toll on roadways

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360

Following months of monsoon activity, roadways throughout the region are undergoing repair. Tony Paniagua visits with the Pima County Department of Transportation and tours damaged sites.

Superintendent Steve Holmes discusses Sunnyside Unified School District's first weeks back on campus amid the pandemic and its decision to require masks indoors.

Student behaviors have shifted in a time of remote learning. Amanda Tashjian, an assistant professor in the University of Arizona College of Education who specializes in disability and psychoeducational studies, offers insight on best practices for adapting in school and at home.

As thousands of refugees from Afghanistan begin to find placement in the United States, Afghans in Tucson discuss the community they have found in the area and the future of the country where their families still reside.

This week, attorney general Mark Brnovich announced the City of Tucson’s vaccine mandate violates state law. Arizona Daily Star reporter Nicole Ludden has been covering the issue and offers analysis on what the announcement means for local governments.

Arizona 360
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