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Navajo Nation Begins Negotiations With Possible New Coal Plant Owner

President Russell Begaye said Monday that an agreement with New York-based Avenue Capital could be in front of lawmakers by October.

Strong Sales, Low Inventory Keep Tucson Housing Prices Growing

Tariffs are disincentivizing home builders, keeping inventory low in a high-demand market.

Supreme Court to Open 2018 Term with Arizona Case

Two former Mount Lemmon firefighters claim age discrimination.

Peso Gains Against Dollar After Mexican Elections, Defying Some Expectations

One analyst said a smooth democratic transition and a weakening dollar buoyed the currency's strength.

Morena Leaders: Arizona-Sonora Ties Won't Suffer, Could Change

The election won’t mean a new governor for Arizona’s neighbor, but it could represent changes for the cross-border relationship.

Renewable Energy Push in Sunny Arizona Draws Political Fight

Arizona's largest utility is fighting efforts to get the state to pull more energy from solar and wind.

TEP Exploring Possibility of Biomass Electricity

The company issued a request for information from the biomass industry.

Thin Profit Margins Make Rural Hospitals Vulnerable to Closure

A discussion with UA Center for Rural Health Director Daniel Derksen.

Arizona Company Using Solar Tech to Create Drinking Water

A UA researcher also describes other ways potable water is being generated.

Vail Unified Asks Voters to Approve $61.3 Million Bond For More Schools

Superintendent says some schools are at capacity, others are near.

A Look at Changes at Tucson International Airport

$28 million remodel includes new security checkpoints and more food options.

Arizona and Sonora Governors Reaffirm Economic Partnership

The two addressed how issues like NAFTA, tariffs and illegal immigration impact their relationship.

Governors United; Smuggling Crackdown; Tucson's Image

Plus, a tour of renovations at Tucson International Airport.

Tucson Housing Market Continues Slide Toward Unaffordability

Research from a real estate data firm shows the market is at its least affordable since 2009.

Mexico's Presidential Election Stirs Worries of Trade War With US

A Mexican think tank predicts long-term losses for both countries under any trade-war scenario.

Tropical Bird is Treating Admirers in Arizona

The elegant trogon, a prize for many birdwatchers, is breeding in various mountain ranges around the state.

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