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Study Finds UA Tech Park Has Significant Economic Impact

Every other year, tenants at the park are surveyed to estimate the impact that the Tech Park has on the economy.

Jonathan Rothschild, Mayor for the city of Tucson, discusses his plans for his next two years in office.

METRO WEEK: State of Tucson is Wide Open to Growth Opportunities

Rothschild calls for extending road bonds, encourages Tucsonans to get involved.

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild gives his fourth State of the City speech on Friday, March 6, 2015 at the JW Marriott Starr Pass Resort.

State of City: Opportunities for Growth in Tucson

Rothschild calls for extending road bonds, encourages Tucsonans to get involved.

AZ WEEK: Common Core Standards Hit Classrooms

How one teacher uses the new curriculum approach to stimulate her high school freshmen.

Some Republicans Push Back on State Budget Cuts

Opposition to governor's, legislative leaders' planned reductions grows with protests, denunciations.

Arizona Spotlight for March 06, 2015

Humorist Dave Barry shares enlightened wisdom a life of writing jokes; A Book I Love returns; Aurelie Sheehan reads from "Demigods on Speedway"; Leonard Nimoy remembered for his poetry.

St. Gregory College Preparatory School is installing one of the largest solar energy systems in a Tucson school, producing 140 kilowatts of electricity.

Arizona One of Top States for Green Energy Hiring

State No. 5 in report on announced jobs in sector, mostly in solar energy installations.

Business Report: Women Moving to the Top of Tucson's Public/Private Sectors

Inside Tucson Business Editor Thelma Grimes and AZPM's Zac Ziegler analyze women's role in the Tucson business scene.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild focuses on economic development in his 2014 'State of the City' speech.

State of City Speech Friday: Progress Report for Tucson

Mayor reports on 'Five Ts' of local economy - trade, tourism, transportation, teaching and technology.

Tucson Officials Want to Move Homeless from Downtown Camp

City, advocates say 'another vision' needed in services, circumstances for people living in park.

Tucson Charter Changes Sought for 'System That Works Better'

Ward-only elections, more power for mayor, clearer delineation of manager's authority proposed.

The sun sets in the Arizona desert wilderness.

Tucson's Winter Second Warmest on Record

Last year was warmest on what has been 'pattern for many years now,' meteorologist says.

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Diane Douglas and Tucson Unified School District Superintendent H.T. Sanchez at a joint news conference, March 3, 2015.

TUSD Won't Lose Funding For Now, State Schools Chief Says

Douglas says she will continue working with Tucson schools to ensure ethnic studies align with state law.

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

McSally, 4 Arizona Democrats Favor Funding Homeland Security

4 of state's Republican congressmen say no to measure that assures operations through September.

Public Forum Set for Tucson City Manager Candidates

Residents can meet, question candidates after their interviews with City Council members Tuesday.

Construction employment is down by nearly half in the Tucson area in the last decade.

Health Care Jobs to Grow, Construction Jobs Stay Stagnant

Tucson area will experience slow employment growth in next 2 years, but still lag rest of Arizona.

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