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Chinese Company to Test Driverless Trucks in Tucson

TuSimple hopes to complete its pilot run by the end of next year.

Coming up for Air: Homeowner Equity on the Rise in Tucson

The number of equity-rich homeowners is up, and 'underwater' homes are down.

Arizona Unemployment Stays Flat; Wages Up

Seasonal job shedding continues from June, while hourly earnings are on the rise.

Hispanic Chamber: Immigration Bill Could Hurt Local Economy

Changes with the RAISE Act could lower the area's access to workers who fill manual labor jobs.

Tucson Housing Market Enters Seasonal Slowdown Strong

Indicators take month-to-month dive, but are up year-to-year.

Get Ready for the Real Test for New Labor Laws, Business Leaders Say

Business owners will get their first taste of how paid sick leave and minimum wage affect businesses during peak season.

Learning to Program a Driverless Car at the UA

A 10-week summer course meant to encourage students to continue studies in research-based graduate programs.

Rescues Highlight Danger of Flash Floods in Catalina Mountains

Multiple helicopter rescues have taken place during recent weekends when floods stranded visitors.

Tucson Airport Loses Lone Mexico Flight

Aeromar service discontinued Monday. Problem was not a lack of passengers.

County, City Merge Programs that Help Residents Pay Bills

Both programs offered once-a-year help with utility bills to low-income residents through partner groups.

Advocate Group 'Cautiously Optimistic' About Arizona Monument

Ironwood Forest National Monument's supporters are trying to preserve the protected area.

Tucson Sets July Rainfall Record, 2nd-Highest Monthly Total

July's rain total was higher than average rainfall for an entire summer rain season.

Committee Meets Tuesday to Set Priorities for Pima County Roads

Group will decide how to spend money raised by a new property tax in Pima County.

Permits To Build New Homes in Tucson Flat to Start 2017

First half of the year continues multi-year trend.

Study: Southern Arizonans Lack Financial Stabiliity

Many around the state could not live off savings at the poverty level for three months.

Mobile Unit Looks to Fight Treated Wastewater's 'Yuck' Reputation

Facility fits in a commercial truck trailer, and will be used as a public exhibit to build confidence in reclaimed drinking water.

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