MIGRANT SHELTER IN MEXICO – Lorraine Rivera travels to Nogales, Sonora and visits a shelter run by the Kino Border Initiative that provides aid to deportees and migrants. Recently, the nonprofit has extended support to families who plan to request asylum in the U.S. CARAVAN IN TIJUANA – Many migrants traveling in the caravan are in Tijuana. In a recent confrontation at the border, federal agents deployed tear gas. We hear more about the situation in Baja California and the federal government’s response from Arizona Republic reporter Rafael Carranza, who traveled to Tijuana to cover the caravan’s arrival. STATE SUPT.-ELECT HOFFMAN – Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction-elect Kathy Hoffman will be the first Democrat to fill the role in more than two decades. Hoffman discusses some of her top priorities, how she plans to work across the aisle and some of the challenges she foresees. PIMA CO. SUPT. LOOKS AHEAD – Pima County Superintendent Dustin Williams discusses issues he hopes state lawmakers consider as they finalize a budget for the next fiscal year. Specifically, Williams explains how a growing demand for special education and minimum wage increases have strained resources. JOURNALISTS ROUNDTABLE – Green Valley News’s Dan Shearer and Tucson Sentinel’s Dylan Smith join Lorraine Rivera in studio to analyze final election results and look ahead to next legislative session.