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Travel on the border and water management in the desert

Lorraine Rivera hosts this edition of Arizona 360.

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.

Homelessness in Tucson, flu season and Anza Park

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360.

Afghanistan, child tax credit, and Arizona's economy

Tony Paniagua hosts this week's edition of Arizona 360

Vaccine approval, redistricting and back to class at Arizona colleges

Plus, how migrant and refugee groups in Arizona are preparing to help Afghans.

Pima County overdose deaths, eviction resources, mask and vaccine mandates

Plus, how some evictions are playing out in court.

Delta variant, preventing homelessness, raising minimum wage

Resources for people facing eviction in PIma County, plus a recent initiative to expand transitional housing in Tucson.

TUSD's COVID mitigation, active shooter training, record rainfall

Plus, how to encourage mask wearing among children.

Health care challenges, border travel restrictions, tourism recovery

Plus, efforts to boost COVID vaccination rates in rural areas of southern Arizona

Border vaccinations, travel restrictions, A-10 jet’s history

How ongoing travel restrictions between the U.S., Mexico and Canada continue to strain border communities in Arizona.

Trade labor, COVID variant, new spending plans

Plus, industries in Arizona experiencing labor shortages.

Arizona 360 explores increase in border apprehensions and migrants’ journeys

Lorraine Rivera travels across Pima and Yuma counties for a firsthand look at enforcement and rescues.

Telegraph Fire; water shortages; mandating vaccines

Plus, the Regional Transportation Authority's role in shaping the Tucson metro.

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