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AZ Unemployment Slightly Increases

Common this time a year as some jobs in education, hospitality, health services leave during summer.

Tucson Nonprofit Seeks Volunteers to Promote Literacy

Literacy Connects needs 300 new coaches, specially for TUSD, Sunnyside for next school year.

Tucson Companies Among Those Receiving Tech Startup Grant

Awarded cash, special training for bringing their products to market, qualifying for larger programs.

Sarah Presler, CEO of Arizona Foundation for Women gives a speech to help empower those in attendance.

Business Report: Role of AZ Women in Workplace

Recent statistics from Bureau of Labor shows employment levels, wage gaps compared to men.

AZ Utility to Pay $3.25M in Blackout Settlement

Arizona Public Service Co. maintenance failure left millions without power in Arizona, California, Mexico.

Report: AZ Nearly Last in Great Recession Jobs Recovery

32 states have less jobs than they did prior to recession officially starting; only Nevada has worse rate.

Citizens of Tucson gather to remember victims and heroes of 9-11.

About 796K Arizonans Expected to Travel Fourth of July Weekend

AAA of Arizona estimates this is about 1 percent higher than in 2013.

High school students take a tour of American Turbo Systems and other local machinists shops and we learn about Arizona's growing demand for machinists and other manufacturing jobs.

Tucson Struggles to Fill STEM Job Vacancies

New report by Brookings Institution says city lacks skilled employees; local efforts aim to improve those findings.

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Solar Cos Sue Over Property Taxes on Leased Rooftop Panels

Lawsuit against AZ Dept. of Revenue's decision to have homeowners pay as they would for renewable energy equipment owned by utilities.

AZ Company Building Largest Solar Plant in Latin America

U.S., Chile governments collaborating in project; loan has been approved, Arizona's First Solar will construct it.

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: Tucson's Longest-Running Businesses

A look at what has made these last in the Old Pueblo, advantages of being in the area.

Rosemont Mine proposed site in the Santa Rita Mountains

Rosemont Parent Company Agrees to Buyout

Canadian company comes to terms to acquire Augusta Resource Corporation for $555 million Canadian.

State Foreclosure Sales Continue to Drop

Tucson also sees a decrease since last year, according to real estate data company.

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Report: AZ State Tax Revenues $55M Below Budget

May tax withholding fell short of expectations, financial analysts say; state spending remains below forecast.

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Tucson Home Sales Strongest on City's South Side

Affordable pricing cited in data that show greatest percentage of listed homes sold in three ZIP Codes.

Report: More Tucsonans Employed By Foreign-Owned Companies

Brookings Institution says as of 2011 4.9% of local jobs with businesses based outside US.

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