ACTIVE KILLER TRAINING/SHOOTING ATTACK: Tony Paniagua reports on an effort by Tucson Police to train community members how to react if they find themselves in an active killer situation. This meeting was the first since the police department put them on pause because of the pandemic. It comes just weeks after a shooting spree and attack that left multiple people dead and wounded first responders. Arizona Daily Star reporter Caitlin Schmidt joins Lorraine Rivera to discuss her recent reporting into events leading up to the deadly attack and how police handled previous calls that concerned the shooter’s mental health. SCHOOLS & COVID: Tucson Unified School District Superintendent Gabriel Trujillo discusses steps taken by the district to prepare for in-person classes when the new school year begins including what policies it will have in place that adhere to state laws that prohibit mask and vaccine mandates. Arizona 360 also visits a vaccination event at Catalina High School where eligible students could get the Pfizer vaccine. CHILDREN & COVID: Phoenix Children’s Hospital’s Dr. Wassim Ballan (WAH-seem Bah-lawn) discusses guidance for parents whose children are too young to receive the vaccine. MONSOON 2021: University of Arizona climatologist Mike Crimmins breaks down the start of this year’s monsoon in southern Arizona.