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Local coverage from Arizona PBS

“Arizona Horizon,” a trusted source for in-depth discussion and analysis of current events, has been extended from 30 min. to a full hour during this pandemic — allowing us to deliver the complexities of the situation, as well as continuing to cover other important topics. Watch every weekday at 5 p.m. and find our full coverage of the coronavirus on “Arizona Horizon” here.

“Cronkite News,” the news division of Arizona PBS, also continues to cover the stories that impact our state. Because Arizona State University has transitioned all classes online for the remainder of the semester, student journalists are not on air, but they are continuing to provide this vital community resource online.

National coverage from PBS

Below, find extended national coverage on the COVID-19 pandemic from our partners across the PBS system, including PBS NewsHour and Next Avenue.

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