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Supply-Demand Driving Arizona Turquoise Prices

Change in mining regulations abd techniques, growth of Chinese middle class putting pressure on availability.

State Revenues Continue Below Budget

8th straight month Arizona tax collections have missed projections, legislative committee reports; now 2.6% short.

Arizona's Craft Beer Industry Growing Rapidly

Total Economic Impact Exceeds $600M in 2013; numbers of small-scale breweries in Tucson has doubled.

Tucson Getting Credit Card-Friendly Parking Meters, Higher Fees

New devices downtown, along University Boulevard, North 4th Avenue will improve convenience, at $1 per hour.

Interstate 11 Corridor Project Moves Ahead

Option for new highway in Tucson still alive, but latest routing calls for no new path through Avra Valley.

Mexican Peso Drops in Value, Could Hurt Arizona Retailers

With U.S. dollar at 15 pesos, experts say Mexican visitors are spending less when they come across the line.

Federal Budget Plan Helps Southern Arizona

Temporary spending package brings good news but also uncertainty for region

METRO WEEK: Downtown Parking Changes Coming Soon

New meters accept plastic payment, no more free parking along 4th Avenue.

Researchers Are Studying Economic Impact of the 4th Avenue Street Fair

Tucson event is held twice a year, attracting tens of thousands of people from all over.

El Conquistador Deal Being Finalized

Pending deal between two different buyers that will split up the recently troubled resort and golf course.

Federal Grant May Help Relieve Navajo Hunger

1 in 5 on reservation is 'food insecure,' meaning they may not know source of their next meal, researchers say.

Tucson Businesses Prepare for Holiday Shopping Season

Mayor Jonathan Rothschild declares it 'Buy Local Month.'

Obama Deportation Deferral May Affect 135,000 in Arizona

Immigration plan's impact in state also could include visas for high-skilled workers, tightened border security.

Expect Mail Delays After Closure of Tucson Postal Service Processing Center

Agency failed to conduct required impact studies on how service would be affected by closing Cherrybell facility, others around country.

Tucson's Unintentional Housing Impact Fees

Inside Tucson Business Editor Thelma Grimes, AZPM's Zac Ziegler discuss.

Renovated Mariposa Port of Entry Reopens in Nogales

City's Mayor Garino, Rep. Grijalva, Sen. Flake among those who attended ribbon cutting ceremony this morning.

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