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Raytheon Begins its Expansion, Adding 2,000 at Tucson Plant

Tucson's largest private employer ready for new employees, buildings on South Side.

Street Fair Taking Over Fourth Avenue This Weekend

The semi-annual event brings visitors, money and traffic to central Tucson.

UA Health Sciences VP Garcia Says He's Stepping Down

Will resume full-time research, teaching on medical school faculty at admin salary.

Tucsonans Seek Civility After Contentious Election Season

Plus, minimum wage effects, firefighting overseas, Tucson economic outlook.

Education Superintendent: Minimum Wage Will Hit Schools

That's part of why she wants additional $200M for public education, Douglas says.

Learn About Changes to Tucson's Ronstadt Development

The multi-million dollar project was awarded to Peach Propertie last year.

The Search Is On for Tucson's Next Poet Laureate

Nominations are being accepted until Feb. 1.

City of Tucson, State Square Off over Ban on Gun Destruction

Attorney general's office goes to court to seek repeal of city law; Council votes to fight it.

Foundation Works to Replace Police Bulletproof Vests

Bullet-resistant soft body armor needs to be replaced every five years, manufacturers say.

Protesters Target Puppy Sales at Tucson Mall Store

Animal Kingdom denies selling "Puppy Mill" animals.

Forecast Calls Tucson a Top 10 Real Estate Market for 2017

Realtors.com predicts Tucson will see strong growth in prices, sales next year.

Cost of Proposed Tax Hike for Average Tucsonan? $3 a Month

City Council expected to decide on proposal Tuesday; voters will have final say.

USS Arizona Memorial Dedication at UA Sunday

Medallions will mark every person killed on the ship during the attack on Pearl Harbor.

Comedian Tig Notaro Has a Great Career Despite Bad Advice

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A veteran's eye witness account of the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor; the lasting legacy of uranium mining in the Navajo nation.

Tucson Leaders Work to Nurture Ties With Mexico Post-Election

Uncertainty about the future of Tucson-Mexico ties has local leaders working to keep relations solid.

Border Concerns Extend Beyond Southern Arizona

Plus, the state of mental health in our jails and a proposal to increase the city sales tax.

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