SOUTHWEST AGRICULTURE: UA Cooperative Extension Associate Dean Jeff Silvertooth discusses farming in the desert and responsible water management during a drought, as well as how decreased production could impact consumers. MIGRANTS RELEASED & HEALTH CONCERNS: With the release of large groups of migrants seeking asylum in the U.S., Arizona 360 asks what considerations should be taken into account when discussing potential risks to public health in cases where vaccination requirements differ in their countries of origin. Lorraine Rivera discusses the issue with Kathryn Tucker, a research specialist with the Arizona Prevention Research Center at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health. YOUNG PODCASTERS: Arizona 360 profiles a pair of University High School students who’ve taken an early interest in public affairs and economics with their own podcast called Gosh Darn Podcast. The teens began interviewing candidates about education during the midterm election and have kept up their efforts with episodes about homelessness and immigration. JOURNALISM ETHICS: With the term “fake news” becoming a common way to slam the press, Arizona 360’s Lorraine Rivera, UA School of Journalism Assistant Professor Susan Swanberg and the Tucson Sentinel s Dylan Smith discuss how journalists should respond and adapt to heightened skepticism faced by the media.