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Potholes pit a section of road in Tucson.

METRO WEEK: Rough Roads? If Not for Bond Issue, Would Be Worse

Tucson playing catchup on street repair, after years of state budget cuts, city priorities elsewhere.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

All-Cash Homes Sales Up In Tucson

2014 saw cash-buyers increase, institutional investor buys decrease

The corner of Broadway Boulevard and Country Club Road.

Broadway Village Turns 76, Continues to Evolve

Joesler's only shopping center in Tucson thought to be the oldest in the state

Public Affairs Specialist of the Saguaro National Park Natalie Luna Rose (left) and Park Volunteer Jim Swinehart (right) talk about National Park Week and the free admissions of great national parks across the country. National Park week is celebrated Saturday April 21st through Sunday April 29th.

'Bike Ranch' Proposal Near Saguaro National Park Causes Concerns

Opponents worry construction project is too dense; proponents say it's an environmentally-friendly way of developing land.

All-Cash Home Sales Continue to Drop in Arizona

Figures down from 36.5% to 30.8% in past year, RealtyTrac numbers show.

CEO & President of the Downtown Tucson Partnership Michael Keith, Downtown Business Owner, Kade Mislinski, and Interior Architecture Miguel Fuentevilla talk about the development of downtown Tucson and future businesses that will be opening.

Business Report: Buying or Renting in Tucson

Demand for rental properties is shaping city's real estate; what may be causing residents to think about renting before buying.

3/29/12

Pima Association of Governments Approves New 5-Year Plan

Project proposes work on interchanges along I-10, Ina, Ruthrauff and Houghton Roads, I-19 and Ajo Way; more roadways near Raytheon.

3/29/12

Study: 9% of Tucson Workforce in Infrastructure

City is below national average or 10 percent; some local businesses argue more positions in field are needed.

New House Construction Picking Up in Tucson

New U.S. Census data shows the number of houses built in area grew by 17 percent from 2012 to 2013.

ADOT Proposing Tucson to PHX Passenger Train

Arizona Dept. of Transportation wants public comment on possible routes; agency says still has a ways to go to make it a reality.

Tucson Voting on 163-Acre Annexation Tuesday Night

Site includes existing plans for more than 1 million-square-feet of retail development; land addition covers southeast side of town.

Imagine Greater Tucson Hopes to Implement Growth Plan

Process sought to develop strategy for accommodating metro area expansion

Imagine Greater Tucson Plans Metro-Area Future

Meanwhile, separate planning effort considers incorporation of Vail

Arizonans Driving Less, Despite Population Gains

Younger people driving even less than the rest of the state

Historian and University of Arizona Mexican American Studies Professor Lydia Otero, talks on the past and present time of Tucson's multicultural development through the city's centennial existence referring to her novel, "La Calle" and the permanent photo exhibit in the Joel Valdez library in downtown Tucson.

Centennial Inspires Book on History of a Tucson Barrio

Book and exhibit commemorate community impacted by urban renewal project

Downtown Tucson pedestrians

Planning Group Seeks Input On Growth

Group wants to know how to add another 1 million people to Tucson metro area

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