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3/20.12

Grijalva, Barber Fighting Post Office Closure

Both say Tucson facility is too busy to be done away with

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

AZ Still 2nd Worst for Foreclosure Activity

Improvement seen in first half of year, but 49,000 filings made

Despite the tough economy, some people are taking chances on new businesses and women are a vital part of the entrepreneurs.

Online Sales Tax Push Coming from Retailers

They will urge governor, Legislature to impose tax on Internet transactions

AZ Top State For Entrepreneurs, CNN Says

Expert says momentum for creating new businesses here needs to continue

TEP to Seek 15% Rate Increase

Electric utility looking to recoup $1B in system investements

EXO Roast, a new coffee roasting company, has opened in downtown Tucson and the owners are banking on a boon in business as the area prepares for the arrival of the modern streetcar.

Social Consciousness and Coffee: Now Downtown

Roaster seeks to craft local business attuned to environmental sustainability

Fuel Prices Down Nearly to Year-Ago Levels

Tucson's Monday average: $3.34; state: $3.42; national: $3.33

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

Union Pacific Renews Picacho Rail Yard Request

6-mile long, 74-track wide operation opposed by neighbors, environmentalists

Mexican Election Watched From North

July 1 balloting has great economic meaning for U.S. border states

Jesse Gutierrez, the construction project manager for the Tucson Modern Streetcar, gives an update on the streetcar's construction.

Modern Street Car Work Progresses

Project is on schedule, so far, city coordinator says

Merchants Overcome Rail Construction Woes

Discounts, freebies keep customers coming on North Fourth Avenue

SB 1070: Political Win, Economic Loss?

Brewer, others claim victory; some fear continued workplace fallout

A discussion with Gov. Jan Brewer (R) on her recent State of the State address and an analysis of her legislation.

Brewer Asks Court to Allow Day-Labor Ban

Clause is one part of SB 1070 put on hold pending appeals

Arizona Budget puzzle

State Revenues Slow But Still at Surplus

Corporate refund, other factors push May collections down 9.2%

Lance Jungmeyer, President of the Fresh Produce Association of the Americas, discusses the organization's work, which includes the growing produce, importing to the US and marketing/distribution.

Produce from Across the Border Boosts Economy

The Fresh Produce Association of the Americas works to raise awareness of produce's economic impact

Gasoline Price Declines Continue

10 straight weeks: Tucson at $3.48; state average $3.57

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