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Health Care Reforms Could Mean 400K Lose Insurance in Arizona

State-funded insurance losses would be greatest in rural places, possible result would be rural hospital closures.

Episode 142: TUSD Searches for Next Superintendent

Also, Rosemont mine gets US environmental OK; opponents say they'll continue resisting.

Average Tucson Home Price Highest Since Before Recession

Higher prices driven by lack of inventory on the real estate market.

Limited Housing Inventory, and Space to Grow, Pushes Up Prices in Flagstaff

Long-term lack of homes for sale has lead to unaffordable prices for many residents.

Arizona Housing Market Finding Its Pace Post Recession

Markets back to where they should be after boom and bust of the housing bubble, economist says.

State Begins Study for Possible 'Sonoran Corridor' Routes

Proposed highway would allow commercial traffic from the east and south to bypass I-10/I-19 interchange.

787,000 Arizonans Expected to Travel for Holiday

Anticipated travel by state residents up 3% from last year, despite higher costs.

Downtown Tucson Renewal Sparks Office Space Interest

Tucson's high-rises, including its tallest, are destinations for business, legal sectors.

TEP Deal to Provide Solar Electricity for 21K Homes

The array, to be finished in 2019, will be the largest in TEP's renewable energy portfolio.

Tucson Wages Grow Slower Than Phoenix, State

Wages up by less than 2 percent; Arizona average is 5.5 percent.

Episode 138: Sales Tax Passes - Tucson's Plans to Spend on Roads, Safety

Plus: decriminalizing mental illness, the end of the Legislative session and the state of the city budget.

Tucson Housing Market Cools in April

Sales and sales volume went down as the market heads into its traditional busy season.

Tucson Budget Stabilizing as City Watches Spending

City manager recommends $1.3B budget, with small surplus to end this fiscal year.

'Woven Through Time' Reveals Cultural Fabric of the Southwest

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A state budget update; Dr. David Alberts retires from the UA Cancer Center; and "A Book I Love" returns.

Sisters Watched as Sawmill Fire Crept Toward Their Winery

Fire singed their property six years ago and left them wondering if it would happen again last week.

Interest Group: Border Tax Would Cost Consumers $1.2 Trillion

Americans for Affordable Products says state congressional delegation opposes 20% import tax.

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