More Pima County Economy Stories

Mexican Holiday, Rising Peso Have Tucson Malls Busy

'Semana Santa' gives Mexicans a chance to vacation and shop in Southern Arizona.

Prices Up, Inventory Down for Tucson Real Estate Market

Median price hits nine-year high as the number of homes continues to drop.

State Mining, Energy Industries: Little Effect in Clean Energy Rollback

Coal plays small role in the industries in Arizona; 22% of electricity generated from it.

Tucson Job Growth Will Lag Rest of Arizona, State Agency Says

Forecast from Office of Economic Opportunity predicts 1.3 percent job growth for Tucson.

Tucson's Greyhound Station Finds Forever Home

Intercity bus terminal is in permanent home east of downtown after 15 years in a temporary space.

Tech Sector Could Get Boost From New Tucson-San Jose Flight

Flight gives access to companies and investors in Silicon Valley.

Tucson House Flipping Down in 2016

Lack of foreclosures, lack of inventory hurts flippers' ability to 'buy low.'

Census Data: One in Eight Tucson Homes Vacant

Tucson's 12.5 percent vacancy rate was 10th highest in the nation in 2016.

Housing Sales Up in Tucson, But Inventory Remains Low

Tucson's residential real estate market is going strong, but numbers affect affordability.

2-Year Closure of Ina at I-10 Starts Wednesday

Intersection will be rebuilt to allow road to pass over freeway and nearby rail line.

Forecast: Strength Ahead for Tucson Commercial Real Estate

High job growth will push growth of office, industrial and retail buildings.

TEP Wins $8.74 a Month Average Rate Increase

Corporation Commission also approves more customer plan options.

Pima County Will Appeal Ruling Nixing Its Balloon-Launch Contract

Supervisors vote 3-2 for appeal of ruling involving $15 million in county borrowing.

Hearing Wednesday on TEP's Proposed $8 Rate Increase

Vote on residential rates, discussion of solar rates due at commission meeting.

Tucson's Winter Visitor Season Peaks with Gem Shows

Forty events, vendors from around the globe expected to attract thousands.

Study: Lake Mead Shortage Could Slow Home Construction, Agriculture

Drought declaration would cause rationing that would affect adequate water supplies.

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