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AZ Week: Changing Tactics to Grow Tucson's Economy

Filling 'talent gap' will retain and attract businesses more than incentives, tax breaks, location, other factors.

Musician Charlie Daniels Comes to Tucson

Legendary performer for more than five decades; singer, guitar and fiddle player.

NPR: Water Flows Will Be Reduced on Colorado River

Water shortages in AZ, other lower basin states could begin as early as 2016, Bureau of Reclamation says.

AZ Jobless Rate Stays at 8.0%; July Job Loss: 15,100

Government, education, tourism industry shed workers, but year-over job gains remain strong.

Tucson, Phoenix Can Keep Existing Election Cycles, Judge Rules

Decision called victory for charter cities' authority; legislation mandated conformity to state elections cycle.

Arizona Universities Praised for Green Efforts

State schools receive high ranks in recent list of environmentally friendly colleges; UA highest of the three.

AZ Foreclosures Continue to Decline in July

State falls out of worst 10 in nation for first time in 6 ½ years; number down 60.4% from year ago.

McCain, in Tucson, Urges Immigration Reform Passage

Tells town hall attendees that border security still at issue, but getting better; he sponsored Senate bill.

TUSD Board OKs Culturally Relevant Curriculum

3-2 vote for history, government classes to be taught from minority perspectives, starting this week.

58% in AZ Have Applied for Deferred Deportation

One year out, fewer than half of 423,000 eligible nationally have stepped up, Migration Policy Institute says.

AZ Politicians Protest Federal Decision on Yarnell Aid

Governor, House speaker take to Phoenix airwaves to express anger at rejection of disaster declaration for fire.

Yarnell Fire Disaster Declaration Turned Down

Brewer calls news from White House 'misguided decision,' will consider options for appeal.

AZ Week: Disaster? State Ready, Residents Not So Much

Emergency management officials urge individuals, families, businesses to make plans, get prepared.

'Dreamers' Not Just from Latin American Countries

While conversations about immigration reform mostly focus on Latinos, those of other backgrounds interested.

9 'Dreamers' Freed, Awaiting Asylum Requests

Mexican-born, US-reared, they tried re-entering last month to emphasize desire for immigration reform.

Obama's Phoenix Visit Tuesday Draws Protests

Immigrant rights activists gathered outside high school where president gave a speech; some signs read 'Deporter-in-Chief.'

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