STAY-AT-HOME ENFORCEMENT: Tucson Police Chief Chris Magnus discusses the department’s approach to enforcing a stay-at-home order rolled out by Gov. Doug Ducey. Magnus also discusses protocols in place to protect officers from being exposed to the virus and challenges with supplying enough personal protective equipment like masks. SCHOOL CLOSURES EXTENDED: With campus closures extended through the remainder of the school year, State Superintendent Kathy Hoffman explains what her office is doing to try and support families with distance learning at home, as well as the short-term and long-term impacts the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the state’s education system. Tucson Unified School District Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo also discusses efforts to supply more students with laptops and his hopes that high school graduations can take place in May. SPANISH-LANGUAGE UPDATES: Arizona 360 looks at how community organizations are stepping up to ensure Spanish-speaking Arizonans have the latest information about COVID-19. REPLACING RICHARD ELÍAS: Arizona Daily Star columnist Tim Steller explains what options Pima County has to fill the vacant seat of the late Chairman Richard Elías, as well as the candidates attempting to get on the ballot and run for his district.