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Wildcats advance to Sweet 16; TPD investigates large fight on southside

Good Saturday evening,

It's been a busy day for Wildcats basketball. The team will advance to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row. We have fan reaction and a live report from Portland where the team played this afternoon. We'll break down what's next for the team.

Plus, several police officers were out investigating a large fight that broke out in the early morning hours near 6th and Ajo. One person was sent to the hospital. Tonight, investigators are trying to figure out what lead to this. Reporter Craig Reck will have the details.

It was all about diversity today in Oro Valley. The town held an event to show off its traditions and culture. Reporter Cynthia Washington reports.

Please join Carissa Planalp and me tonight for Fox 11 News at 9 and KOLD News 13 Live at 10!

- Colton

 

 

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