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Commercial trucks inspected at the Mariposa Port of Entry. (2015)

Lack of Staff Delays Goods Crossing at Nogales Port

Customs service unable to find candidates to fill hundreds of inspector jobs.

Report: 120 Layoffs as Tucson's LivingSocial Call Center Closes

Shutdown is part of national layoff of more than half of discount coupon operations workers.

Aengus Anderson's recently purchased home in Menlo Park.

Housing Sales Hit Post-Bubble Bests Last 3 Months

1,000+ sales monthly, higher prices in Tucson, Realty association reports.

Arizona Unemployment Rate Reaches Post-Recession Low

5.6 percent unemployment is the lowest rate the state has seen since May 2008

How to Grow Bioscience Industry in Southern Arizona

Top execs from Ventana Medical Systems discuss their industry and making Tucson a bioscience hub

Latin American Companies Look for 'Green' Business in Tucson

'La Idea' workshop will provide advice, mentoring and networking opportunity.

ADOT Begins Interstate 11 Environmental Impact Study

Process of finding most environmentally friendly route for southern stretch of highway.

Buy a House, Sell It Quickly: Flipping Rises Anew in Tucson

Locally driven short-term ownership up 7% last year, but it didn't suppress prices.

Tucson Brewery First to Use Equity Crowdfunding Law

1055 Brewing Co. is first company to seek investors in the state.

Credit Scores Give Glimpse at Southern Arizona's Residents

A difference in credit scores can equate to thousands saved or lost on a home payment.

Can Early Childhood Education Improve Business Community?

A recent United Way event educates local business on benefits of early education

US Investigating Tucson Wholesale Electricity Prices

TEP, four sister companies and APS are at the center of inquiry.

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality

Businessman Will Pay $1.3M for Leaky Gasoline Tank

In what state calls landmark decision, man will pay for cleanup of Tucson property.

Paco Ollerton, Casa Grande wheat farmer, says he and other Arizona farmers are getting highly efficient with water.

Does Growing Wheat in the Desert Use Too Much Water?

Much more efficient than in decades past, farmers and researchers say.

$5.9M for Water Conservation Near Fort Huachuca

Tucson non-profit Arizona Land and Water Trust will get federal money.

Do Property Taxes Inhibit Pima County's Economic Growth?

Politicians often point to property taxes as a force that drives away business

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