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TUSD looks to reallocate $3.5 million out of its desegregation plan

The proposed changes come as the district looks to retain roles that were funded by pandemic era aid.

"From the Top" host Peter Dugan Extempore

Peter Dugan, pianist and host of NPR's "From the Top", talks with AZPM's Andy Bade about the young performers he works with on his show.

People say they're leaving religion due to anti-LGBTQ teachings and sexual abuse

The Public Religion Research Institute poll found that the vast majority of those who are unaffiliated are content to stay that way.

Here are some numbers that will help you get your March Madness fix for the Sweet 16

Notable facts and stats about each team in the round of sixteen.

The mutual respect is there: The intersection between athletes and music

We hear from a professional opera singer who was also an All-American football player in college.

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Number of families and children in Border Patrol's Tucson Sector grows

New federal data shows that the number of migrants apprehended by Border Patrol last month grew, including the number of families and children.

What is the new etiquette for tipping?

While some experts say much of the etiquette remains the same, there are a few new variables to keep in mind.

Pima County to continue migrant services

County will avoid street releases at the end of the week, anticipating federal funding from the $650 million, in the border security funding bill, for shelter and services to asylum seekers.

An Arizona church known for feeding migrants now says the city is blocking its work

In a recent lawsuit, Jose Manuel Castro, pastor of the Gethsemani Baptist Church, says friction with the city of San Luis has forced the church to cancel multiple events.

Pac-12's remaining schools finalize financial agreement with 10 departing members

The departing schools will have $5 million withheld during the 2024 fiscal year for a total of $50 million under the deal announced Monday.

NAMIWALKS invites the community to show support for mental wellness.

Also on Arizona Spotlight: The sounds of a world gone by are being celebrated by a band called Piffaro; and a celebrating of creative writing returns to Cochise College.

Caleb Love scores 19, leads Arizona past Dayton 78-68

Wildcats earn their second trip to the Sweet 16 in 3 seasons.

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