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City in Court Today Defending Policy Meant to Aid Tucson Businesses

2012 ordinance gives preference to local companies when awarding contracts.

Fight to Keep A-10 Flying Continues in Congress

Two members of Arizona's delegation say they will push for its inclusion in budget resolution coming soon.

Foreclosure Rates in Arizona Up for Second Straight Month

May be positive for those looking to buy a home in coming months, RealtyTrac vice president says.

All-Cash Home Sales Continue to Drop in Arizona

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

Homelessness Down in Arizona

Tucson's focus to get veterans off the streets contributes to decline in numbers.

Arizona Falls Behind Nevada, Texas in Job Growth

State could lose more than 7,000 positions in construction by year's end.

Airline Ticket Prices Out of Tucson Now Exceed $400

Airport in nation's top 50 for costs; officials blame companies for increases.

Experts: Fewer Trees May Result in Healthier Forests

Scientists say this could increase water supplies for people, help environment in Northern Arizona.


Gasoline Prices: Lowest They've Been in 3 Years

Triple-A of Arizona says Tucson is paying $2.94 a gallon in average, among cheapest in state.

The Pima Neighborhood Investment Partnership (PNIP) is a collaboration between Pima County and eight sub-grantees which was formed to make home ownership possible.

A Fifth of Arizona Homeowners Owe More Than House is Worth

Realty data company says number still high, but a drop from 2 years ago; state has 9th highest percentage in US.

Arizona Budget Concerns Continue

For sixth straight month, tax revenue for state less than expected, fiscal report says.

Governor Brewer Heads to China for a Week

Meeting with manufacturing officials interested in setting up shop in Arizona; hopes to attract more trade from country.

Arizona's Unemployment Slightly Down in September

Rate dropped to 6.9%, was 7.1% in August; still well above national average.

Tucson Group Expanding Housing Discrimination Aid Programs

Organization is receiving nearly half a million dollars in grants from feds; also offers mortgage counseling for at-risk communities.

Pima County OKs Davis-Monthan Environmental Assessment

Officials say they see no problem with expanded flight training at Tucson military base.

Tucson's Economic Recovery Slower Than Most Major Cities

New data from Brookings Institution shows city also among hardest hit by Great Recession.

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