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Report: New NAFTA Would Boost Arizona Industry

The tentative agreement would impact agricultural imports, mining and approximately 230,000 jobs in Arizona, authors said.

Navajo Nation Company Ends Bid to Buy Power Plant, Mine

Negotiations with the Navajo Generating Station owners came to a halt over who would be responsible for cleanup.

Mexico's Efforts to Boost Border Economy Could Also Benefit Arizona

Shoppers from Mexico spend billions in Arizona annually.

Senate Committee Approves $20M for Pinal Wells

The proposal was revived after being killed in the House.

Boosting Mexico’s Border Economy

How efforts to stimulate Mexico's economy could pay off for Arizona.

Wildflowers Show Off Their Colors Around Arizona

Fall and winter rains provided a necessary resource for brilliant blooms.

Proposed 'Sonoran Corridor' Freeway Down to 3 Alternatives

While project is years from being realized, the state is asking for input on possible routes.

Volunteers Offer Tax Help as Filing Deadline Nears

Preparers report disappointment in some of the changes brought about by tax reform.

A Change At The Top for World View

The balloon-launch company has replaced CEO Jane Poynter.

Gem Show Continues to Grow, Says Tourism Group

Visit Tucson says the show contributes millions to the economy and predicts those numbers will increase.

Arizona GOP Reps Move to Lower the Minimum Wage for Some

A bill in the House would allow students to be paid less than the state minimum wage.

County Fires Up Debate Over New Tobacco Sales Measure

The ordinance would raise the minimum age to buy tobacco to 21, including vaping products.

Super Bowl a Touchdown for Mexican Avocados

For many Americans, the big game isn't complete without guacamole, and Mexican exporters know it.

Data Breach Hits Restaurants, Hotels Across Arizona

The affected businesses are located in several cities, including metropolitan Phoenix, Flagstaff, Tucson and Yuma.

US Investigation Into Mexican Tomatoes Could Hurt Imports, Industry Rep Says

A Commerce Department decision means an investigation into tomato dumping will resume in May.

Tucson Restaurant Legacies

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How national civility is being re-invigorated 8 years after a Tucson tragedy; how Tucson was once a stand-in for Las Vegas; and Adiba Nelson considers the many special kinds of "Black Love".

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