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Douglas, Cochise County Approve Location for New Port Of Entry

A new commercial port would be aimed at easing the flow of traffic and industry, as the current port serves both commercial and passenger vehicles.

Women Entrepreneurs Present Trade Show in Nogales, Sonora

The program focuses on empowering women with skills to become business leaders.

Kino Sports Complex Expansion Draws National, International Attention

The facility is still under construction, but is already booking space for January.

Trump's Threat to Close Border Stirs Fears of Economic Harm

Politicians, business leaders and and economists warned of blocking cross-border trade and the movement of people.

Raytheon Missile Systems Head Retiring

Taylor Lawrence is retiring; Wesley Kremer will be taking his place.

Tucson City Council Votes to Take E-Scooters for a Spin

A dockless electric scooter pilot program was approved to start later this summer.

A Change At The Top for World View

The balloon-launch company has replaced CEO Jane Poynter.

Arizona GOP Reps Move to Lower the Minimum Wage for Some

A bill in the House would allow students to be paid less than the state minimum wage.

County Fires Up Debate Over New Tobacco Sales Measure

The ordinance would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco to 21, including vaping products.

Pima County Supervisors Approve Sale of $25M in Road Bonds

The bond plan is earmarked to fund voter-approved roadway improvement projects.

Tucson Restaurant Legacies

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Canada is Arizona's Largest International Employer, Diplomat Highlights

There are more than 350 Canadian companies doing business in Arizona.

Shutdown Hampers Tucson Brewery's Plans to Grow

Loan processing and exportation are on hold according to Borderlands Brewing, putting financial pressure on the small business.

Report: More Than 100 Arizona Charter Schools Could Close

Excessive debt and other financial troubles will lead to the closures, according to the Grand Canyon Institute.

Sonora Looks to Gain From New NAFTA Car Parts Rules

No made-in-Sonora parts are being used, but that could soon change.

Marquez Peterson Leaving Tucson Hispanic Chamber

After nearly a decade of leading the chamber, the recent congressional candidate is moving on.

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