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Teen Moms, Families Get Child Care Help Through School District

A look at how Sunnyside Unified School District programs have helped hundreds of students.

Report Ranks Arizona Low for Well-Being of Infants

Understanding the findings with the Children's Action Alliance.

Supporting Teen Moms; Vaccine Exemptions; New Tax Reforms

Plus, how a national report ranks the well-being of newborns in Arizona.

Developer on Decision to Turn Monastery Into Temporary Shelter

Ross Rulney eventually plans to build high-end apartments on the property.

Inside the Monastery-Turned-Shelter for Migrant Families

Tucson's Benedictine Monastery had been vacant for almost a year before opening its doors to asylum seekers.

Trump's Emergency Declaration at Border Likely to Face Challenges

A discussion with constitutional law expert Robert Glennon.

New Deadline for Drought Contingency Plan Approaching

Why the plan Arizona passed in January fell short of expectations.

UA Football Coach Sumlin Sits Down with Arizona 360

Lorraine Rivera asks him about leading one of the state's most closely watched teams.

UA Coach Sumlin; Drought Plan Update; Monastery Migrant Shelter

Plus, a constitutional law expert on the legalities of President Trump's border emergency declaration.

What Research Says About Immigrant Crime Rates

One report from the Cato Institute found immigrants are less likely than U.S.-born citizens to be convicted of crimes.

Arizona 'Angel Parents' Speak About Causes Taken Up After Losing Children

The term describes a parent whose child has been killed by an undocumented immigrant.

Veteran Raising Funds for Border Wall Makes Stop in Southern Arizona

Brian Kolfage's GoFundMe campaign to collect donations made headlines nationwide.

Understanding the Reasons Behind Concertina Wire in Nogales

A discussion with Nogales Patrol Agent in Charge Sabri Dikman.

Reactions to Stepped-Up Border Security in Nogales

Arizona 360 hears from community members and visitors in the city.

Nogales City Leader Reacts to Concertina Wire at Border

Deputy City Manager John Kissinger is also a former Nogales police officer.

Nogales Concertina Wire; Border Wall Fundraising; Immigrant Crime Rates

Plus, hearing from so-called "angel parents," whose children were killed by immigrants in the U.S. illegally.

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