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A new student housing apartment is one of many being built in the heart of downtown Tucson.

Another Big Student Housing Structure Coming Near UA

Building joins complex west of campus, will have 104 apartments.

UA Tech Park Welcomes Company to its Incubator

Hamilton Innovations aims to improve handicap-accessible telecommunications.

Business Report: Health Care Booms in Southern Arizona

Numbers of medical jobs grow in industry that's about more than making money.

Tucson Tries Another College Football Bowl Game

'Arizona Bowl' will be Dec. 29, featuring teams from Mountain West and Conference USA.

Report: Arizona Revenues Fall Far Short of Highway Needs

Auditor General's Office projects $63 billion fund shortage in next quarter century.

Sun Tran, Teamsters Release Details of Bus Contract

Most union employees to receive raises; bus drivers' starting salaries will not increase.

Grocery Chain Haggen to Shut its Last Tucson Location

Washington state-based company will close in Arizona, Nevada, California.

Latino-Owned Businesses Growth Rapid in Arizona

Estimated 90,000 in state, a 70% increase over five years, according to new report.

Tucson-to-Phoenix Passenger Rail: Where's the Money?

ADOT's proposal draws excitement, but some worried about price tag in billions.

Snowbirds No More: Many Staying in Tucson Year-Round

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

Field workers harvest lettuce in Yuma, February 2015.

Testing to Tackle Lettuce Fungus Under Way in Yuma

One grower allows small part of his fields for trial on seeds developed to elude disease.

Tucson Housing Market Trends Continue Mostly Positive

Sales volume up 10.2% in August from year ago; average sales price up, to $211,000.

Sun Tran workers walk a picket line at Ronstadt Transit Center while on strike in August 2015.

Tucson Bus Workers Get up to $5 Hourly Raises, Bonuses

Two-year contract that ended six-week strike will cost city $4.3 million.

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

Tucson City Manager Credited with Helping End Bus Strike

Details of 2-year contract undisclosed by Teamsters Union and Sun Tran management.

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