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Tucson seen from Sentinel Peak.

Tucson's Housing Market Ends Year with Strong December

2016's monthly and annual statistics closed at multi-year highs.

An Arizona home.

Mortgage Rates on the Rise in Southern Arizona

Realtors association says average home payments are 8.9 percent higher than in October.

IRS Looking for People to Help Others Prepare Their Taxes

Volunteer opportunities vary and include more than just tax preparation.

Amphitheater Public Schools Superintendent Patrick Nelson

Amphi Schools Superintendent to Retire in Summer

Search begins for replacement for Nelson, who was with the district for 16 years.

Members of the Arizona state Legislature meet at the Senate Building.

Wish List for State Business Leaders: Education, Roads

Also: Less regulation, expanded Arizona-Mexico trade, ballot initiative reform.

Tucson International Airport.

New Flights Have More Passengers Flying from Tucson

Tucson International Airport traffic was unusually high in October, November.

2-Year Construction Closure at Ina Road and I-10 Starts February

The project is projected to cost $148 million.

Too Tipsy to Drive? AAA Offers Tucsonans Rides on New Year's

Program takes two passengers and a vehicle up to 10 miles for free.

White Christmas for Southern Arizona's Higher Elevations?

Overnight snow level on Saturday dips to 4,000 feet, which includes Tucson's upper reaches.

Trees, Large Plants on I-19 Will Be Cleared as Safety Measure

Woody vegetation within 30 feet of the highway will be removed by ADOT.

Downtown Tucson

Economists Predict Strong Year Ahead for Tucson, Nation

Tucson poised for growth behind increased federal spending, population growth.

Supervisors Approve Leasing 2 Downtown Lots to Rio Nuevo

Pima County aims to avoid economic development incentive issues.

Vector tests one of its engines.

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.

One new shelter is in place outside the Woods Memorial Library on North 1st Avenue.

Tucson Updating 120 Bus Stops, Building 5 New Shelters

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

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.

An unidentified Raytheon employee works on a weapons component at the Tucson plant.

Raytheon Begins its Expansion, Adding 2,000 at Tucson Plant

Tucson's largest private employer ready for new employees, buildings on South Side.

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