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A border wall between Douglas and Mexico.

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.


UA Research Aims to Improve Concussion Diagnosis

Drive for study is to develop tools that can be more sensitive at catching low-grade injury; technology records brain activity along scalp.

Tucson's modern streetcar and light rail transit system has benefited from Congressional earmarks.

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 Brings Back 'Clean Air-Blue Skies' License Plates

Arizona Dept. of Transportation is again allowing plug-in hybrid owners apply for special license plates to use HOV lanes.

Deepak Chopra discuses conscientiousness.

Researchers, Philosophers Explore Theories of Consciousness

Despite ongoing exploration of consciousness and its concepts, the future of the study remains unknown.

Anita Bhappu, Program Chair of Retailing and Consumer Sciences, discusses technological developments that will change the way people shop in physical sores.

Retailers Want to Know How People Shop

E-commerce has exploded in the past ten years, as more people go to the Internet to buy and sell goods and services. Technology has driven much of that shift.

New Tool Aims to Prevent Fraud, Scams

AARP is launching a program called Fraud Watch Network to give people resources to identify and avoid fraud.

UA to Build New Bioscience Research Building in PHX

Decision is pending vote by the Arizona Board of Regents, and they are scheduled to vote June 6; university would break ground on $136M project by end of year.

Sylvia Longmire, border expert and author of Border Insecurity talks about her conclusions on the prospect of securing the border.

Border Author Proposes Change in Security Approach

Tucson native Sylvia Longmire says money, agents, fencing aren't the answer without planned approach.

Jerry Moloney, director of Arizona Center for Mathematical Sciences, discusses plasma channels that could some day direct where lightening strikes.

Power to Control Lighting

An international reserch team has developed a plasma channel that could be used to direct lightning.

cars traffic

Driver-Less Cars About a Decade Away, UA Engineer Says

Technology being developed for a vehicle to navigate itself, promising to make roads safer eliminating human error; however, it also raises legal questions.

Arizona economy

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.


Study: 9% of Tucson Workforce in Infrastructure

City is below national average or 10 percent; some local businesses argue more positions in field are needed.

Bruce A. Wright, Associate Vice President of The University of Arizona Tech Parks.

UA Tech Park Inspires Local Youth in STEM Education Fields

Education outreach a mission of the technology research arm of University of Arizona; wins Metropolitan Education Commission's Crystal Apple Award.

We interview state economist Aruna Murthy, about the release of the AZ Dept of Labor Jobs forecast.

Jobs Forecast Predicts Continued Slow Growth

This year, job growth is forecast to be 2.1 percent, the same as last year; in 2015, that rate will go up to 2.4 percent.

CEO & President of the Downtown Tucson Partnership Michael Keith, Downtown Business Owner, Kade Mislinski, and Interior Architecture Miguel Fuentevilla talk about the development of downtown Tucson and future businesses that will be opening.

Weekly Business Report: State of Downtown Revitalization

A look into downtown Tucson's revitalization; discussing the sale of Inside Tucson Business and the Tucson Weekly.

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