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Pima County Supervisors OK Sale of $25 Million in Bonds

The last voter-approved borrowing is on the market from 3 bond issues.

Land Lease in Place, Vector Looks to Future in Tucson

A company executive said plans are to build a factory in 2017, then start hiring staff.

Arizona's Freshmen Lawmakers Learn Capitol's Ins and Outs

Tucsonans among the nearly one-third of the Legislature newly elected for 2017.

Tucson Group Wants Tax to Send More Kids to Preschool

A citizen’s initiative would raise sales tax for education in Tucson.

Tucson Updating 120 Bus Stops, Building 5 New Shelters

Improvements will be ADA compliant and improve protection from the elements.

Tucson VA Facility Mostly OK, Despite Problems, Official Says

The deputy secretary called his visit 'great;' also said misconduct will not be tolerated.

US, Mexico Start Jointly Inspecting Southbound Trucks

Already in place for northbound traffic, it speeds cargo at the border.

PCC to Offer Free Class on New State-Required Civics Course

Test, required for high school diploma, is based on immigration and naturalization test.

Lower Mexican Peso Sends US Deal-Seekers Over the Border

At 20 to 1, shoppers are getting more bang for their buck.

Precision Agriculture Taking Off For Yuma Farmers With Drones

Drones can detect disease, pollinate and project yields, among other tasks.

UA Names Interim Health Sciences VP to Replace Garcia

Leigh Neumayer, first female head of UA Surgery Department, will start Jan. 1.

Can Trump Keep Promise to Deport Criminal Migrants?

Some possible scenarios regarding the infrastructure and execution.

Flake's Bill Aims to Prevent Vets Admin from Hiring Felons

Sen. Jeff Flake, who sponsors the bill, says it is time to change the VA's hiring practices.

Economic Outlook: Improving Tucson Employment Picture

Slow recovery from recession likely to pick up steam in 2017.

Arizona Regents to Trump: Protect 'Dreamer' Students

Letter from board asks president-elect to work with Congress to accomodate 'Dreamers.'

As Weather Cools, Tucson Real Estate Heats up, Defying Trend

Colder weather usually means a sluggish market, but that has not been the case this year.

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