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Discussion: an update from the 2021 Arizona legislative session

Arizona 360 checks in with Arizona Capitol Times reporter Julia Shumway

Sun Tran sees ridership gradually rebound from pandemic slide

Tucson's public transportation service will continue to offer free fares through the end of June.

Grocery store workers surveyed about mental health during the pandemic

UA sociologist Brian Mayer discusses factors contributing to stress and depression among workers.

Ideologies and other factors that affect the decision to mask up

UA sociologist Jim Shockey studied national data to learn more about peoples' behavior during the pandemic.

Spread of COVID variant concerning to ASU expert

A discussion with Dr. Joshua LaBaer, executive director of the ASU Biodesign Institute.

COVID variants, mask studies, Sun Tran services

Plus, an update on key events at the Arizona Legislature.

Economic impacts felt in Arizona from border travel restrictions

Visitors from Mexico pay sales taxes in retail hubs like the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas.

Children’s Museum reopens Tucson, Oro Valley locations

Tony Paniagua visited the Tucson museum to learn about new safety protocols.

Discussion: communicating our differences about mask wearing

An expert in health communications weighs in on confrontations related to masking up in public.

UA to keep enforcing mask policy, expand in-person class sizes

Leaders of the university's COVID response stress the importance of continued mask wearing.

Local mask mandates, Children’s Museum reopens, travel restrictions

The city of Tucson and Pima County plan to keep mask mandates in place, despite Gov. Ducey's executive order that phases out local ordinances.

Pima County continues to see vaccine demand outpace supply

The county's chief medical officer discusses the county's coordination with the state.

Ducey touts expanded vaccine eligibility at state pods

He also discusses why he denied FEMA permission to open vaccination sites in Pima County.

Extreme and exceptional drought stretching across southern Arizona

Tony Paniagua spoke to one rancher impacted by the dry conditions.

Immigration court backlog exceeds 1.2 million cases

A discussion with the president of the National Association of Immigration Judges.

New migrant releases strain small border communities

A discussion with Arizona Republic reporter Rafael Carranza about his coverage of the border.

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