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The border of Nogales, Arizona and Nogales, Mexico is separated by a large brown metal fence.

Nogales Kmart to Close in July; Worries about Economic Impact

Loss of retailer may reduce city sales tax revenues, hurt cross-border shopping traffic.

Air Force: Davis-Monthan Impact $1.5B, 4,500 Jobs

Annual analysis puts air base's economic contribution at 5% of county GDP.

The scene at Cinema La Placita, a warm-weather, outdoor theater in open space at La Placita Village.

La Placita Village Tenants Given July 31 Move-Out Deadline

Colorful, iconic downtown Tucson office complex may be torn down for redevelopment.

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Has Tucson Residential Real Estate Market Recovered?

Four consecutive months of positive indicators, most March sales in 10 years.

First-Time Buyers Push Tucson Housing Market's Strong Trend

Lower-priced sales dominate post recession volume, Realty association reports.

UA Group Hosts Q&A about Bankruptcy, Foreclosure

Mortgage and Consumer Law Group to present for those facing bankruptcy.

Solar Company Finds Hidden Asset Through Incubator

Owners of REhnu launches product thanks to mentorship from Startup Tucson.

Arizona Unemployment Down for Third Straight Month

Arizona adds jobs, sees joblessness shrink to 5.4 percent.

Tucson Electricity Bills Will Go Down $4.26 on Average

Low fossil fuel costs mean savings for utility customers for the next year.

Report: Arizona Women Earn 84% of What Men Earn

State's pay gap is among 10 smallest in the nation, but hasn't changed in years.

Roberto Reveles, at microphone, and other Somos America members announce the possibility of a renewed boycott over immigration legislation.

Immigrant Groups Threaten Boycott over State Legislation

Business organizations decry what would be repeat of 2010 boycott over SB 1070.

Tucson's Job Market Grows Faster Than National Pace

After years of slow growth, local job growth outpaces national average in February

The streetcar on Broadway Boulevard, April 5, 2016.

Tucson Seeks to Replicate Streetcar Success in Growth

Property values boom along tracks. Is a focus on transit the way to go?

A new home being built on Tucson's Northwest side.

Arizona Exceeds National Income Growth Average

Bureau of Economic Analysis shows 4.6 percent growth in Arizona

Tucson fast food workers at a protest in September 2014.

Proposal Would Raise State Minimum Wage to $12 Hourly

Current minimum is $8.05; group seeks initiative measure for November ballot.

4th Ave Street Fair: Big Business for Artists, Shops

Estimate of 300,000 attendees will translate to millions in sales.

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