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Hobbs terminates $50 million grant allocation for ESA recipients

Governor Katie Hobbs's predecessor Doug Ducey approved the allocation of pandemic-era funding.

AZ school superintendent looks to keep restrictions on trans athletes

In a complaint filed last month, two Arizona families claim that current state statute violates federal nondiscrimination laws and the U.S. Constitution.

UA VP of research and innovation out, pursues new role at Utah State University

Elizabeth Cantwell oversaw an $825 million annual research portfolio.

PCC Chancellor leaving for California school

Lambert led the college into academic excellence and financial stability.

Cochise County educators get the chance to work with a new environment curriculum

Officials said it’s critical that the next generation gain a tangible understanding of the environment, and what factors impact that environment.

TUSD cuts back on hotspots for students as federal funding expires

The Emergency Connectivity Fund worked to provide funding for connectivity tools like hotspots, modems and routers.

Sports is for everyone: local school brings adaptive sports into physical education

Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports partnered with Gridley Middle School to launch their education program.

Interim UAPD Chief: “We will not do that again” regarding mistakes with on-campus deadly shooting

Earlier this month, Oro Valley Commander Chris Olson was named interim police chief after previous chief Paula Balafas stepped down.

21 incarcerated men earn software development certification

For six hours a day, five days a week, the participants worked with instructors and one another to learn both hard and soft skills.

University of Arizona Museum of Art gives high school artists a chance to share, with "Our Stories".

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Tony Paniagua talks with a first-time German visitor to the United States; and "Pooh" returns to the Scoundrel & Scamp Theatre.

Democrats upset Arizona budget doesn’t limit school voucher expansion

The Democratic governor came into office with plans to undo the massive explosion in the voucher program.

UA develops mobile crisis unit, other efforts to address campus safety and security concerns.

The announcement was made during Friday's campus safety briefing.

Four-person crew released from sealed habitat after week long journey

The crew studied what it would be like to live and work on another planet inside a pressurized habitat.

UA police chief and provost step down

University President Dr. Robert Robbins made the announcement to the campus community on Monday morning.

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