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Tucson Bus Strike Averted by Last-Minute Agreement

Teamsters, Sun Tran management reach accord; drivers will vote Thursday on new contract; no details released.

60,000 Try Tucson Streetcar on Weekend Inaugural Runs

Free rides lead to packed cars along 4-mile route of new, $200M system; operations almost glitch free, officials say.

Tucson Streetcar Debuts to Crowds, Hot Weather

Hundreds turn out for downtown ribbon cutting, first rides along 4-mile route on $196M rail system.

METRO WEEK: $200M Tucson Streetcar Opens For Service

3,600 trips/day projected ridership, credited as economic stimulus

Board of Regents OKs Negotiations for UAMC Takeover

Phoenix-based Banner Health, UA Health Network hope to finalize $946M deal by September.

Metro Week: Pima County Property Taxes Likely Going Up

Supervisors to decide between budget cuts, raising tax.

Tucson Aerospace Company Looks to Increase Business in Mexico

For past 3 months, Airtronics has been operating a plant in Nogales, Sonora; partners with locals.

Ports of Entry Working to Make City Intl Trade Powerhouse

Proximity to Mexico puts Old Pueblo in middle of opportunities for economic development; many hope to keep growing.

AZ Week: State Wine Industry Blooming

Arizona's geography, climate make for a unique taste in the wine, putting the state's wineries on the map.

Arrival of 8th Streetcar Marks Fleet Completion

Scheduled to open doors to passengers July 25; more testings from UA to downtown Tucson underway until then.

AZ Week: State Economic Growth Slow But Steady, Experts Say

Tucson job growth under 1% since 2012, will continue lagging for couple more years, report figures show.

A-10 Would Get 1 More Year of Life in Congressional Proposal

D-M's main aircraft, supporting thousands of jobs, wins House committee approval, as Barber pushes to protect it.

Print Journalism in Tucson Took 'Bigger Hit,' SPJ President Says

Five years after the collapse of the Tucson Citizen, Tucson Weekly and Inside Tucson Business pass over to new owners; a look into the state of print today.

Liquor Regs, Lack of Renters Crushes LGBT Arts Space

Legal inability to serve beer and wine at events ignited domino effect of economic losses for Tucson's Fluxx Studio and Gallery.

Fruitland Market Shuttered After 55 Years

Owners received news plot was for sale, had to vacate their shop as well as home which was located in the back of the store.

From Chiapas, Mexico: More Than Just Coffee

Co-op selling coffee in Tucson helps Mexican families stay together and avoid dangerous illegal immigration.

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