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Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild (D) discusses how his 360 plan is going.

Rothschild: Stronger Economic Ties Between AZ, Sonora a Must

Tucson mayor says he's working to strengthen relationships with Mexican business, governmental officials.

Sawmill Reopens for White Mountain Apache Tribe

185 jobs in Whiteriver and big role in eastern AZ forest restoration project from $10M federal loan.

The farm bureau's Market Basket Survey includes basic foodstuffs, but not processed foods.

Taking the SNAP Challenge: Eating on $4.16 a day

AZPM reporter, spouse try for 4 days what food stamp recipients must do; nutrients with a dollop of tension.

Water levels at the Colorado River Basin.

New Agreement Helps Tucson Manage CO River Water Supplies

25-year deal reached between city, CAP to get 'groundwater credits' for storing renewable supplies.

In Your Mail: 2013 Property Tax Statements

Pima County sends bill details to 450,000 home, business owners; sampling shows reduction on average of 1.1%.

State Gasoline Prices Decline for Sixth Straight Week

AZ average: $3.39, with range from $3.28 in Tucson to $3.64 in Flagstaff; national average at $3.58.

Job Fair for Veterans Coming to Tucson

Hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce Foundation, part of its 'Hiring Our Heroes' initiative.

Tucson Technology Company Receives $2.4M Grant

US Department of Energy awards Sigma money for work in capacitors, used in electric vehicles, other devices.

Proposed Development on Way to Canyon Hits Delay

Town of Tusayan going to mediation after developer defaults on agreement for commerce, housing center.

A Union Pacific freight train, pulled by two locomotives, rolls into the train yard southeast of downtown Tucson.

Port of Tucson Receives $5M for Truck-Rail Upgrade

US Dept. of Transportation grant will increase capacity for international shipping containers going back to Asia.

AZPM SPECIAL: Eating On $4.16 a Day

Food bank invites Tucsonans for 'SNAP' challenge, to see how well they can live on federal food program.

Arizona economy

AZ Week: Municipalities Rebounding, Cautiously

Mayors, other officials express optimism as they leave depths of recession behind, including big budget cuts.

cars traffic

No Highway Closures, Extra Police During Labor Day Weekend

Minor construction will continue with no roads completely blocked; patrol increase in I-10, I-17.

Jesse Gutierrez of the Tucson Department of Transportation updates us on the construction dates and expectations of the Modern Streetcar project.

First Tucson Modern Streetcar Arrives Friday

After 1,600-mile journey from Clackamas, Ore., manufacturing plant; city will spend next month testing it.

Tucson's modern streetcar and light rail transit system has benefited from Congressional earmarks.

Tucson Launches Streetcar Awareness Campaign

City officials want to instruct residents on how to cautiously share the road as streetcar testing begins.

Electricity Deregulation Still in Debate

A state office prepares its recommendations on the issue before a public debate in Oct.

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