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Why Are Arizona, US Losing Hospitals in Rural Areas?

57 facilities, including one Douglas, have closed in the last 5 years.

Residents in Ajo are making an effort to increase the amount of healthy foods in their community and encourage more exercise by getting people to participate in gardening projects throughout the town.

Community Food Bank Expands in Southeastern Arizona

Facility in Willcox provides additional cooling and warehouse space.

METRO WEEK: Wards 1 and 2 Tucson City Council Races

Incumbents say track record deserves re-election; challengers say it's not enough.

AZ WEEK: Hispanic Economic Strength Grows

New report analyzes market power of group expected to be Arizona majority in 2035

Marijuana Tax Revenues Could Be Higher Than Estimated

Analysis applies Colorado rates to Arizona population, finds figure close to $64 million.

German students David Sipple, Milan Daus, Stefan Zins and Davis Rösch have been riding bicycles all around Tucson during their visit.

Tucson, an Urban Classroom for German Students

University students visit the city to learn about global conditions

AAA: Travel Up, Drivers Down for Labor Day Weekend

More people will leave their homes, but fewer will get where they're going by car

Business Report: Tucson's Biggest Employers

What do the city's top employers tell us about the local economy?

Haggen Sues Albertsons Over Grocery Store Sales

Two of three Tucson locations in the deal now closed; Haggen alleges 'malicious and unfair actions.'

Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Report Sheds New Light on Tucson

First-ever Hispanic Market Outlook gives insight into southern Arizona's Hispanic population

Possible Tucson-area highway projects in the future include new highways through Avra Valley and a southeastern spur connecting Interstates 10 & 19.

AZ WEEK: Interstate Could Be International Trade Route

Planned I-11 would connect Spouthern Arizona to Las Vegas, eventually Canada, to bolster trade.

METRO WEEK: City Government Lacks Fiscal Plan, Leadership

How did past city decisions shape the budget struggle, poverty and politics?

Copper Company Layoffs Won't Affect Tucson Area Mine

Company spokesman says despite cuts, operations at Sierrita will continue at current levels.

Tucson Offers Tax Amnesty Program for Businesses

City giving owners fresh start on delinquencies, licensing, breaks on interest, penalties.

UA, Uber Announce Driverless Cars Research Program

College and company will work together to develop lenses, sensors on Tucson campus.

A full Sun Tran bus operates on a limited schedule during the Teamsters Union strike in Aug. 2015.

Frustrated Sun Tran Riders Want 20-Day-Old Strike Ended

Strike started Aug. 5, with no talks scheduled between union and company.

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