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AAA: Nearly 1 Million Arizonans Will Travel Thanksgiving Weekend

Many travelers will drive, but an increasing number are flying to their destination.

Tucson Housing Market Cools as Holidays Approach

Low inventory continues to be a problem, also affecting Tucson's rental market.

October Jobs Report Shows Growth in Arizona, Losses in Tucson

Jobless rate for Arizona dropped to its lowest point in a decade, while Tucson shed jobs.

Tucson Airport Adding Route to Austin

New route connects city to another of the region's tech hubs.

Hydra, Iconic Downtown Tucson Business, Is Shutting Down

The store opened on Congress Street more than 20 years ago and was known for creative window displays.

Mandatory or Voluntary, Bisbee Community to Keep Bag Ban Alive

Shop owners and residents would prefer not to fight the state in court over mandatory ban.

Facing Loss of State Funding, Bisbee to Roll Back Bag Ban

Version of resolution being drafted would make the ban voluntary, but reserve the city's right to challenge the state in court.

New TSA Policies Could Mean Longer Waits During Busy Season at Tucson Airport

Airport officials advise arriving at least 90 minutes before flights while staff adjust to new policies and the increase in travelers.

Elections, New Proposals Could Delay NAFTA Deal

Expert thinks trade talks were extended because US negotiators introduced food trade as a topic.

Tucson Has 22nd-Highest Eviction Rate in US, Survey Says

Author thinks eviction rates are closely tied to economic well-being of a city.

Tucson Job Growth Lags Behind Arizona Numbers

City adding fewer new jobs, but gains are in high-paying jobs.

Jobs, Environment and Crime are Key for Ward 6 Candidates

Central Tucson Council race features incumbent Democrat, Republican and Green Party challengers.

Tucson Housing Prices Come Close to Highest in a Decade

Low inventory continues to push home prices up.

Bisbee Fires Back on Legislator's Challenge to Plastic-Bag Ban

Memorandum claims the law is necessary to uphold another constitutional provision and is not a statewide concern.

Arizona Seniors Register Financial Complaints at 10th Highest Rate

Recent report shows 1.37 complaints for every 100,000 seniors in the state.

Federal Grants Aimed at Recovery of Arizona Coal Communities

Money is going to the Navajo Nation to soften the expected closure of the Navajo Generating Station.

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