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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.'
Is Arizona's Minimum Wage Increase Constitutional?
State Supreme Court hears pro-con arguments; businesses opposed.
Arizona Unemployment Flat at 5%; Seasonal Job Loss High
Post-holiday season job losses were higher than normal, but monthly report contains silver lining.
NAFTA Could Be Under the Knife by the End of This Year
Rewrite of 25-year-old agreement possible under Trump administration.
Sen. Flake: A Border Tax Is Bad For Business
The proposed 20 percent increase has been met with resistance from some Republicans.
In Flagstaff, Minimum Wage Increase is Double Whammy
Voters approve increase that's $2 an hour higher than state's increase; businesses worried.
Two Downtown Tucson Hotel Plans Get Tax Breaks
The new sites will be under construction on vacant or parking lots in the next 18 months.
Cochise County Home Sales at 12-Year Best in 2016
Home prices and sales continue to climb from recent lows in rural Arizona county.
Airline Make Changes to Tucson's Only Mexico Route
Aeromar drops Mazatlán and will drop Los Mochis from its Tucson flight. Will add Culiacán to the route.
Census Data: One in Eight Tucson Homes Vacant
Tucson's 12.5 percent vacancy rate was 10th highest in the nation in 2016.
Banks Wasting Billions Monitoring for Cartel Laundering, Lobby Says
Group wants the government to carry out the investigations.
Business Tax Cuts Reduce January State Revenue Intake
Corporate income tax down $101M in seven months; overall revenues fall $3.7M to budget.
Opponents 'More Determined Than Ever' to Keep Monsanto Out of Tucson
GMO Free Arizona efforts come despite the company's decision to drop its request for tax breaks.
Carmakers, Amid Political Uncertainty, Still Investing On Both Sides Of US-Mexico Border
Investment based on market demand, Ford Mexico CEO says, not politics.
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