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An unidentified Raytheon employee works on a weapons component at the Tucson plant.

Raytheon Will Add 2,000 High-Tech Jobs in Tucson

Missile-making operation already employs nearly 10,000 at two locations.

Arizona Jobless Rate 5.2%, Lowest in More Than 8 Years

State added 28,000 jobs in October, ahead of monthly trend; growth in 10 sectors.

Puerto Peñasco's Plan to Make U.S. Tourists Feel Secure

Some tourists feel safe, others wary in the Mexican beach destination.

Two Breweries Cross Border to Tap Spirit of Collaboration

Tucson- and Hermosillo-based brewers work together to create Beer Without Borders.

The Other Part of Prop 206: Employer Paid Sick Leave

Cumulative benefit takes effect July 1; minimum wage increase starts Jan 1.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Tucson Housing Market Inventory Up, But Still Low

The number of homes for sale in Tucson is increasing, but is still lower than is healthy.

Gauging Future of Arizona-Mexico Trade under Trump

Talk of renegotiating NAFTA could affect trade, tourism for communities near border.

A talk on safety at Southern Arizona Construction Career Days 2016.

Businesses Work to Attract Students to Trades Careers

More than 1,100 kids attended Southern Arizona Construction Days, an event organizer said.

Mexican treasury secretary José Antonio Meade, left, and Agustín Carstens, governor of the Central Bank of Mexico, offered a press conference on Wednesday, Nov. 9 at Palacio Nacional, the executive's main office in Mexico City, to detail their plan to fight market uncertainty after the U.S. elections.

Mexico Moves to Allay Economic Uncertainty After US Election

Mexican government officials worked to reinforce economic ties between the two countries.

Field workers harvest lettuce in Yuma, February 2015.

Arizona Votes to Raise Minimum Wage to $12 an Hour

Prop. 206 makes changes to requirements and conditions for paid sick time.

Laws in Mexico to Target Drug Cartels and Corrupt Politicians

Group of lawyers and organizations have been working to establish independent anticorruption institutions.

Overlooking the Tucson metropolitan area.

Tucson Housing Prices Grow Faster Than US Average

Tucson home prices grew by 5.3 percent in the past year, realtors association data show.

Republicans Secure Three Seats on Arizona Corporation Commission

Campaign dominated by issues of solar power and dark money.

TEP Plans to Add More Solar, Wind Power to Energy Portfolio

Two recent requests for proposal would add 100 MW of each for 20 years.

Tucson Officials Looking for Piece of Medical Tourism Pie

Tucson, Pima County working with medical industry to attract tourists from Mexico for elective procedures.

125 students gathered at the Tucson YWCA for the final day of Eller's Economic Development Program.

Free Classes a 'Win-Win' For Local Entrepreneurs, UA's Eller

Eller Economic Development Program teaches local small businesses the basics.

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