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Arizona Unemployment Rate Rises to 4.7 Percent in October

The labor force increased by just over 16,300, and the economy added 23,300 jobs.

Sonoran Leadership Welcomes Ducey’s Re-election

The governor of the Mexican state highlighted Ducey's support for the so-called Arizona-Sonora Megaregion.

Nurses at Two Tucson Hospitals Vote to Unionize

How unions function in right-to-work states like Arizona.

Study: Tomato Imports Lead to Billions Of Dollars, Thousands Of Jobs

Researchers found that produce grown elsewhere has a big impact on the U.S. economy.

Coffee or Mimosa? Understanding Your Ballot Over Brunch

A Tucson resident hosts a "Ballot Brunch" at home to explore the issues before Election Day.

Trade War Helps Local Food Bank

Millions of pounds of extra food is on the way to Southern Arizona.

Understanding the Issues in Arizona's 3rd Congressional District

A closer look at challenges in Tucson, Nogales and Yuma.

Arizona Local Governments Weigh Incentives for Electric Car Company

Casa Grande and Pinal County are discussing incentives for Lucid Motors, a Saudi-backed California startup.

CD2 Candidates at Odds on Southern Arizona Issues

Democrat Ann Kirkpatrick and Republican Lea Marquez Peterson vie to represent Pima and Cochise Counties district.

Dairymen: Mexico's Answer to Steel Tariffs is Devastating Arizona Dairy Farms

Mexico has placed a 25 percent tariff on U.S. dairy products, after the U.S. did the same to Mexican steel.

New Trade Agreement's Future Could Depend On US Democrats

The congresses of the three countries still have to approve the agreement to put it into action.

Chamber: Hispanics Own 1 in 4 Tucson Homes

Census data show 43 percent of Tucson residents identify as Hispanic.

Economic Upturn Spurs New Housing in Sahuarita

The town has seen a 40 percent increase in residential construction permits over last year.

Ducey, Garcia Spar on Education Policy in Tucson Debate

Candidates for Arizona Governor continue to offer disparate visions on the future of the state, in second debate this week.

Hopis Asking Feds to Explore Other Options for Power Plant

The tribe's economy relies heavily on coal, which powers the Navajo Generating Station.

Mexico’s President-Elect Heads to Sonoran Border Towns Friday

The incoming president has a proposal for lower taxes and higher wages in a border zone in northern Mexico.

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