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Pinal Sheriff Babeu, Speaker Gowan Run for Congress

They become fourth and fifth candidates seeking Republican nomination in 1st District.

UA Tech Park Welcomes Company to its Incubator

Hamilton Innovations aims to improve handicap-accessible telecommunications.

U.S. Sen. John McCain.

Rep. Salmon Says He Won't Challenge McCain for Senate

Attention falls to others as conservatives express dissatisfaction with 5-term senator.

METRO WEEK: Woman Banned from US; Children Stay

AZPM documentary tracks life for US citizens whose mother is banned from country.

Poll Contradiction: McSally Leads; Voters Want Democrat

Survey done for National Republican Congressional Committee gives her 7-point lead, but ...

Snowbirds No More: Many Staying in Tucson Year-Round

Area retirement communities now see about 80% of residents make permanent move.

Business Report: Hispanics' Growing Role in Local Economy

Population, income, purchasing power, business ownership rising in Tucson.

Arizona Unemployment Up For Third Consecutive Month

Analyst says August usually marks the end of state's seasonal jobs slump

Three proposed passenger rail alternative routes diverge near Eloy going north toward Phoenix metro area. The green route was eliminated from the final analysis.

Tucsonans Favor Passenger Train Service to Phoenix

Public meeting garners support for rail connection that would go up to 125 mph.

Rebecca Brukman. 10/22/12.
Image of house from House Swap SW.

Tucson Job, Home Markets Growing at Similar Rates

Expert: Alike numbers in the two categories can often be a sign of sustainable growth.

Cars drive through Tucson streets during rush hour.

Speeding on Ina Road? Digital Signs Will Tell You

Six signs will go along three-mile stretch of Ina Road, known for speed-related crashes.

Marijuana Tax Revenues Could Be Higher Than Estimated

Analysis applies Colorado rates to Arizona population, finds figure close to $64 million.

AAA: Travel Up, Drivers Down for Labor Day Weekend

More people will leave their homes, but fewer will get where they're going by car

Haggen Sues Albertsons Over Grocery Store Sales

Two of three Tucson locations in the deal now closed; Haggen alleges 'malicious and unfair actions.'

Bisbee Passes Symbolic Death-With-Dignity Resolution

City council first in Arizona to support certain cases of assisted suicide

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Report Sheds New Light on Tucson

First-ever Hispanic Market Outlook gives insight into southern Arizona's Hispanic population

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