SEN. JON KYL: Christopher Conover sits down with Senator Jon Kyl to discuss his return to Capitol Hill nearly six years after retiring. The two also discuss Kyl’s future and if he still plans to step down after the current Congressional Session comes to a close. POLITICAL RALLIES: After high-profile rallies with President Donald Trump and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, political communications expert Kate Kenski explains the impact visits from well-known politicians can have on closely-watched campaigns. YOUNG VOTERS: Politically active students at the University of Arizona share how they are trying to encourage their peers to vote. They also react to the reputation young adults have as being less likely to vote. MEXICAN JOURNALIST HONORED: Nancy Montoya interviews Carmen Aristegui, a well-known journalist in Mexico, about her reporting on corruption in the country. Aristegui was recently honored with the University of Arizona’s Zenger Award, presented by the School of Journalism. The award celebrates freedom of speech. IMPROVING INFRASTRUCTURE: Pima County voters will weigh in on a bond measure that would set aside nearly half a billion dollars for road repairs in the county and its cities and towns. Pima County Dept. of Transportation Director Ana Olivares explains how the county prioritizes its repairs, and why maintenance has emerged as a critical issue.