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The fence separating the U.S. from Mexico in Nogales, Ariz.

AZ Business Groups Lobby for Immigration Reform

US businesses head to DC, including AZ Chamber visiting all 9 AZ House members to cite positive economic impact.

row of red houses

AZ Behind in Distributing Fed Housing Aid, US Auditors Say

State has been slow in dispersing funds to help struggling homeowners; AZ's rate was the second lowest among 18 states.

National Park Services Refunds AZ $186K

The state had paid $651K to reopen the Grand Canyon for 7 days during shutdown; shutdown ceased before those days were up.

Economist George Hammond talks about the state of the Arizona economy.

AZ Economy Growing Slowly, Economist Says

Economic expansion is continuing, but state hasn't caught up to pre-recession growth rates.

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Foreclosures in Phoenix Continue to Decline

Lenders took back a record 5,100 homes in the metro area in March 2010, only 697 homes in foreclosure last month.

Tucson Average Gasoline Prices Drop Again

City's gas costs declined by 1.5 cents in the past week, lowering average to $3.20 per gallon; country's average declines to $3.36.

Arizona Capitol Buildling

State Employees Furloughed During Shutdown Will Be Paid

Certain state employees were furloughed because their salaries are partially or fully funded by the federal government.

Proposition to Bring I-11 Receives Opposition

A group of residents is objecting to an option that would build a highway through Avra Valley, just west of Tucson.

Raytheon Missile Systems

Raytheon Lays Off Group of Salaried Employees

Company spokesman says cuts made to remain 'competitive in the marketplace;' they will be offered severance benefits.

AZ Will Be Reimbursed for Any Money Spent During Shutdown

State used funds to make welfare payments, sent about $1.5M to fed government to reopen Grand Canyon National Park.

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County Building Lease to Biotech Co Helping Create High-Wage Jobs

Biotech firm renting part of Pima's health dept. building; firm's expansion brings an increase in positions with six-digit salaries.

Phoenix Council to Vote on Opening Trade Office in Mexico

City leaders trying to follow example of neighbors in Southwest that have successfully established a business presence across the border.

Brewer Will Continue to Use State Money to Keep Grand Canyon Open

National park will remain open for another 9 days; AZ governor had until Weds to make decision, send funds to fed gov.

ASU Study Challenges Notion Young Adults Are 'Bad Borrowers'

People ages 18-21 are less likely to have a serious credit default and are lower risk borrowers, study finds.

Grand Canyon

Fed Gov Needs More Sate Cash to Keep Grand Canyon Open

AZ is paying $93K per day for 7 days ending Friday; if it'd like the park to stay open until the weekend, money is due Weds.

This port of entry is one of the locations that Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild proposed receive additional manpower and resources.

State Preparing Roads for Mariposa Port of Entry Renovations

Project estimated to run between $50-215M; ADOT will spend $1.5M on temporary changes to Route 89 to ease congestion during construction.

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