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Haggen Sues Albertsons Over Grocery Store Sales

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

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Report Sheds New Light on Tucson

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

Possible Tucson-area highway projects in the future include new highways through Avra Valley and a southeastern spur connecting Interstates 10 & 19.

AZ WEEK: Interstate Could Be International Trade Route

Planned I-11 would connect Spouthern Arizona to Las Vegas, eventually Canada, to bolster trade.

Copper Company Layoffs Won't Affect Tucson Area Mine

Company spokesman says despite cuts, operations at Sierrita will continue at current levels.

Sun Tran riders disembark from one of the nine bus routes running during a Teamsters Union strike against the bus management company in Tucson.

Teamsters Reject Latest Sun Tran Offer in Tucson Bus Strike

Sun Tran general manager declines comment: 'I do not negotiate through the media.'

Tucson Offers Tax Amnesty Program for Businesses

City giving owners fresh start on delinquencies, licensing, breaks on interest, penalties.

UA, Uber Announce Driverless Cars Research Program

College and company will work together to develop lenses, sensors on Tucson campus.

Oranges glow in the Arizona sunshine.

Citrus-Killing Bacteria Not Affecting Arizona's Industry

Hot weather appears to make state's $37 million crop off limits to disease rampant in other places.

Convention of Convention Planners Coming to Tucson

Local officials hail potential for more events here after exposure

Business Report: The Economic Impact of Education

School districts are some of the area's largest employers and support many other businesses locally

Arizona Unemployment: Mixed Bag in July; Rate Rises to 6.1%

Unemployment up, and net job losses in July, but strong gains made in private sector

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

Tucsonans: Expect Another Weekend Without Bus Service

Sun Tran officials say they see no change in status since Teamsters Union walked out Aug. 5.

Tucson Job Fair Connects Former Convicts with Employers

More than 1,000 job seekers turn out to meet companies willing to overlook criminal records.

Iraqi refugee Hussein Alhamka, who with his wife Shreena and their 12 children, grow more than 20 types of fruits and vegetables for sale.

Fleeing Homelands and Finding Refuge in Familiar Foods

Expanding program helps newcomers adjust to change with sustenance they know.

Tucson Mayor Rothschild: Bus Strike 'Hurting Community'

In statement, he calls on both sides to resume talks, explains why city can't get involved.

Tucson Bus Strike, Day 12: Neither Side Willing to Budge

Councilman Kozachik: Teamsters 'need to understand what's in the budget, get back to work.'

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