TELEGRAPH FIRE: Tony Paniagua travels to Globe where he gets an update on efforts to contain the Telegraph Fire which has burned more than 148,000 acres across areas of the Tonto National Forest. WILDFIRE CLIMATE: University of Arizona climatologist Mike Crimmins discusses how conditions across Arizona factor into the severity of this year’s wildfire season. WATER SHORTAGES: UA Water Resources Research Center Director Sharon Megdal explains what falling levels at Lake Mead indicate about Arizona’s water future. RTA GOVERNANCE: As the city of Tucson explores a split from the Regional Transportation Authority, UA associate professor of urban planning Arlie Adkins explains how the voter-approved board manages road projects across the metro and whether its approach is fair for all its stakeholders. VACCINE MANDATES: This week Gov. Ducey issued an executive order barring Arizona’s public universities and community colleges from requiring students to get the COVID-19 vaccine. UA professor Tara Sklar, an expert in public health law, discusses in what settings can an institution or business require vaccinations or facemasks.