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UA Economist Marshall Vest to Retire

35 years as go-to local business forecaster to end Jan. 10; his take: local economy 'still underdeveloped.'

Community Largess Helps Homeless Organization

Primavera Foundation says many groups and individuals are stepping up, making 2013 a good year.

Interstate 10 traffic jam.

30% of Arizonans Hitting Road for Holidays

ADOT advises 1.9M state residents who will travel to take precautions for variances in weather.

City of Tucson Offering Christmas Tree Recycling

Nine dropoff spots where trees will be turned into wood chips available to public in new year.

Retailers are recognizing that technology, for one, has put the consumer in charge of the shopping experience.

AZ Week: Mexican Shoppers Enhance State Economy

Estimates put annual stimulus at $1 billion annually; Tucson area merchants are biggest beneficiaries.

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AZ Home Sales Price Rises; Investor Demand Up

Median price of $165,000 is 18% ahead of year ago; sales volume declines 12% as inventory diminishes.

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Tax Credit For Hiring Veterans Expires in January

Taxable and tax-exempt organizations can save thousands for employing military veterans.

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AZ Tax Revenues Continue to Grow

November Revenues nearly 5% higher than year ago; construction, retails sales taxes lead the way.

Part of the holiday lighting spectacle in Tucson's Winterhaven.

Winterhaven: Tucson Holiday Tradition for 63 Years

Festival of Lights through Dec. 28 allows residents to share seasonal spirit with community; food donations sought.

Jim Glock, vice president of WAMO, discusses the development of the Downtown Links project and the implications for the arts district, the warehouse district, and the community at large.

Downtown Links Project Picks Up Momentum

After two decades of planning, construction to begin on four-lane road connecting Broadway, 4th Ave., 1-10.

Alberto Rios, Arizona Poet Laureate, discusses his goals and plans for his new position, and what sorts of things inspire him to write about this region.

Poetry From Arizona Poet Laureate Alberto Alvaro Rios

UA alumnus was chosen as first in his honorary position by governor; will travel state doing public readings.

Pima County Wants to Test Inmate Health Care Plan

Requireing inmates have insurance could save county money

We visit Anita Street Market, where this time of year residents in the area depend on the small family run business for holiday food essentials including freshly made tamales.

Mexican Tradition of Tamales Reigns During Holidays

Tucson market works overtime to keep up with culinary tradition between Thanksgiving and New Year.

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AZ Unemployment Rate Down in November

7.8% jobless, down from October's 8.2%; retail shopping season ramp-up, overall improvement cited.

Ned Schaper is the mastermind behind what he has titled the Mat Bevel Institute Museum of Kinetic Art and has worked on a variety of art projects since 1987.

Kinetic Sculptor Builds an Ark

Bevel museum forced to move out of downtown arts warehouse district to make room for roadway project.

New Pima Community College Chancellor, Lee Lambert, discusses his vision for the college and how he plans to rebuild its some-what sullied reputation.

PCC Chancellor Approaches Probation With Changes

College still has months to meet deadline to show improvement in administrative and accountability flaws.

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