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METRO WEEK: 'Tucson Can Do More to Help Homeless Population'

Housing director at Primavera Foundation says city still lacks more options for affordable housing, job opportunities; resources available to get them off their feet.

Foreclosure Filings Rise in Tucson, Statewide

Filings in area swept up by 16% from July to August; figures more than doubled since this time last year.

METRO WEEK: Healthcare Providers' Sales Part of Trend

UA, Cardonelet health networks going to outside ownerships in separate deals expected to be completed soon.

Tucson fast food workers at a protest in September 2014.

Tucson Fast-Food Workers Strike for Higher Wages

$15 dollar an hour, right to form unions without retaliation are among demands.

Tohono O'odham Breaks Ground at Glendale Casino Site

Tribal representatives say they believe construction of first phase should be completed in 3 years.

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AZ Still a Top State for House Flipping

But new numbers from real estate data company say figures are dropping off.

CEO & President of the Downtown Tucson Partnership Michael Keith, Downtown Business Owner, Kade Mislinski, and Interior Architecture Miguel Fuentevilla talk about the development of downtown Tucson and future businesses that will be opening.

Business Report: Buying or Renting in Tucson

Demand for rental properties is shaping city's real estate; what may be causing residents to think about renting before buying.

State Tax Revenues Continue to Fall Short

Monthly Joint Legislative Budget Committee report shows figures were slightly under 1% below budget.

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Cash Home Purchases Decline in Tucson

Real estate data company says houses bought without a loan now make up about 34% in city.

METRO WEEK: Efforts Under Way to Ease Cross-Border Business

Arizona, Sonora states working to improve infrastructure, regional cooperation.

The Tucson Police Department has a unit to investigate internet crimes against children.

DPS Slow to Return to Pre-Recession Staffing Levels

Department starting to increase staff again, but not quickly enough to make up for losses, upcoming retirements.

AZ Unemployment Rate Rises in July

It's second straight month figure goes up by a tenth of a percentage; still lower than where it was last year.

Foreclosures in Tucson Double from June to July

But even if that jump, analyst says no need for concern; figures still well below last year's.

A pair of 500-kilovolt transmission lines in Australia

Corporation Commission OKs Tucson Electric Power Sale

Local company will now be part of largest Canadian utility owner; purchase of UNS Energy cost $4.3B.

Tucson Wants to Redevelop Ronstadt Transit Center

Proposals due Aug. 28, must maintain transit, add other uses to 5-acre site.

Mesa Apple Factory Opening Soon

Arizona plant will be at full production capacity in early 2015, will employ about 700 people.

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