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Learning in person, vaccinating tribal members, immigration policy shifts

Arizona 360 visits a school in Tucson that has welcomed back most of its students for in-person learning.

Some COVID-19 vaccines go mobile in Arizona

The University of Arizona is rolling out mobile units to underserved and vulnerable communities.

Sahuarita breaks ground on new food bank

With the need for assistance growing during the pandemic, the town has received assistance from the Arizona National Guard.

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Arizona National Guard’s role in state’s pandemic response

Answers for common COVID-19 vaccine questions

Expertise from Dr. Joshua LaBaer who leads ASU's COVID-19 research.

COVID-19 vaccine FAQ, Arizona National Guard, mobile vaccinations

Plus, how the vaccine is being distributed in rural communities.

COVID emergency prompts extended enrollment for health insurance

People can see if they're eligible for coverage on

AZ Chamber: state’s economic recovery uneven, but promising

A discussion with outgoing Arizona Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Glenn Hamer.

Passenger totals plunge at Arizona’s major airports

Tucson International Airport recorded its lowest numbers since 1982.

Once approved, should children receive the COVID-19 vaccine?

A discussion with pediatric infectious disease specialist Dr. Wassim Ballan.

High-capacity vaccine site, childhood vaccines, air travel impacts

Plus, analyzing Arizona's economic recovery and the pandemic's impacts on health care.

Priorities laid out by Supt. Hoffman in State of Education address

Analysis from Arizona Daily Star education reporter Danyelle Khmara.

Pandemic puts added pressures on Tucson’s homeless and impoverished

We see how volunteers and nonprofit leaders are doing their part to help.

Digital divide a barrier to COVID vaccinations for some seniors

The Pima Council on Aging is helping connect adults 65 and up to the right resources.

Ethical dilemmas of distributing COVID-19 vaccines equitably

A discussion with the chair of the Dept. of Bioethics and Medical Humanism at the UA College of Medicine - Phoenix.

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