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President and CEO, Arizona Science Foundation William Harris, PhD talks on how slow Arizona's economic recovery is and is calling for a long-term plan to move the economy into the 21st century.

Arizona Needs Economic Strategy, Ex-Regent Says

State has pieces in place but no coordination; science research may be key

Jesse Gutierrez of the Tucson Department of Transportation updates us on the construction dates and expectations of the Modern Streetcar project.

Another Month of Streetcar Work Downtown

So says head of public-private development group promoting business

IsaĆ­as Noguez, Coordinator of Political Affairs and Outreach for the Mexican Consulate discusses the impact of the recent SB1070 ruling.

AZ Mayors Seek Business in Mexico

Trade mission starts in Hermosillo, proceeds to capital

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

AZ Foreclosures Fall, But State Still 2nd Worst

3,400 homes repossessed, tracking company reports

Coal Plant Shutdown Will Hurt Navajos

$9 M annual loss in coal royalties foreseen, on top of U.S. funding cuts

The Armory Park Apartments have occupied a prominent place in downtown Tucson's skyline for 40 years. Residents are now in the process of vacating the aging building and moving into new Section 8 housing located in the Mercado district on West Congress.

Armory Park Seniors Going West

Aging apartments vacated as low-income residents get new facility

4/10/12

Tucson's Sun Tran Drivers OK Contract

Top-paid drivers, mechanics to get raises for first time in 2 years

Michael Chihak speaks to governor Jan Brewer about some of the timely topics in the state.

AZ Week: Gov. Says Commerce Authority Working

Nearly 50 companies added 6,751 jobs in last 13 months with agency's help

Traffic on Speedway in Tucson

Part of SB1070 Faces October Hearing

Day labor traffic ban on hold; wasn't part of Supreme Court case

Phoenix Area Base to Get F-35s

Tucson loses bid for multi-million-dollar training facility

Independent Tribal Land Leasing OK'd

Federal legislation gives Native American nations more authority

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Mid-Year Real Estate Update: Slow Recovery Persists

First half of 2012 was better, Tucson market slowing now

AZ Week: Solar Soars in the Desert

State's biggest utilities are on board, soon serving 100,000 customers

Sentencing Delayed for Fiesta Bowl Ex-Director

Cooperation with ongoing investigation cited; sentencing in November

Light Rail Construction Continues on 4th Avenue

Northern end of commercial district reopens to traffic; southern end closes

ARIZONA STATE CAPITOL BUILDING

Several people discuss efforts to reform the state employee hiring and firing system while having opposing beliefs.
Jimmy Chavez - President, Arizona Highway Patrol Association 
Sheri Van Horsen - President, Local 3111, American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees 
Mark Flatten - Investigative Journalist, Goldwater Institute 
Nick Dranias - Director, Center for Constitutional Government, Goldwater Institute

State Revenues Rise Above Expectations

Combined with spending cuts, surplus totals $379M

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