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4/10/12

City Seeking Ronstadt Transit Center Redevelopment Proposals

Developers must maintain transit, but can propose adding commercial, residential, open space.

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Pima Awarded $270K to Help People Who Have Lost Their Homes

The grant will help provide job search and training services for those who are or are at risk of losing homes because of foreclosure, evicted renters.

Arizona economy

State Revenues Fall Below Forecast for January

3 biggest categories - sales tax, individual income tax, corporate income tax - fall short by $5M each.

Members of the Tucson Bus Riders Union protest proposed bus fare increases outside the Tucson City Council meeting Feb. 19, 2014.

Tucson Bus Riders Face Higher Fares, Service Cuts

City Council needs more revenue, expense savings to erase deficit; public hearings start next month on issues.

Pima County administration and court buildings in downtown Tucson.

Pima Board OKs Road Near Raytheon, Company Happy

Supervisors vote 4-1 to spend $12.7M for new parkway for high volume traffic; hope will bring more aerospace companies to area.

Assistant Tucson City Manager, Kelly Gottschalk, discusses the financial challenges Tucson faces in the next 18 months .

$33M City Deficit May Mean Layoffs, Finance Official Says

Tucson faces significant expenses for Modern Streetcar startup, its part in countywide communications system.

IRS Spokesman: For Most Filing Little Changes in '12, '13 Tax Codes

Unless "you're in the upper-income bracket," he says; for that top bracket, there will be a handful of changes.

Immigration Poll: Equal Number Prioritize Reform, Border Security

First time in years the numbers received equal support; figures come after House Republicans say issue unlikely to progress this year.

AZ House Voting on Expansion of Private Ed Using Public Funds Bill

Education committee making decision Monday to continue state program that allows students to pay for private education using public money.

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

Expert: PHX Housing Slowdown Could Forecast Tucson Slowdown

ASU study shows sales and availability of housing decreased in late 2013; Phoenix real estate market slow past 2 months.

Brewer Names New Dept. of Revenue Director

David Raber has been acting director since passing of Director John Greene back in October 2013.

3/20/12

Tucson Working to Revive Miracle Mile, Property Owners See Value

In the decades since being the main highway to and through Tucson, street earned a reputation as a den of illicit activity, but things are changing.

We take a look at the meteorites Geoff Notkin has on display during the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show.

"Meteorite Man" Talks Dynamic Gem Show Brings to Tucson

"Tucsonans may not be fully aware of this amazing phenomenon," says Geoff Notkin, co-cost of science channel program.

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

AZ Foreclosure Filings Drop to Pre-Recession Levels

January's report ranks AZ 17th in the country; there were 2,363 last month, according to RealtyTrac.

Rosemont Mine proposed site in the Santa Rita Mountains

Rosemont Mine Formal Objection Period Nearing Its Close

Public can weigh in on proposed mine until Feb. 14, ending a 45-day period for response to Coronado National Forest's environmental impact statement.

Agriculture Act Restores Disaster Aid to AZ Ranchers

Omnibus Federal Farm Bill encompassed a variety of agricultural programs from conservation to food stamps.

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