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New Businesses Get Leg Up from Incubators

Groups focus on getting entrepreneurs get through tough early years, grow.

Construstion crews work to complete the new wastewater treatment facility on Roger Road.

Pima Proposes Higher Sewer Costs, Wants Feedback

Thursday meeting to gauge response to inflation-based fee increase

Fairchild Republic A-10 Thunderbolt II

A-10 Aircraft Could Be Sold to Allied Countries

Defense contractor is encouraging U.S. allies to buy some used planes

Schools Chief's Statewide Tour Wraps Up Saturday

More than 1,000 have participated so far in a dozen places, including Tucson last month.

Gov. Doug Ducey addresses a joint session of the Arizona Legislature, Jan. 12, 2015.

Ducey Travels to Mexico with Focus on Trade

Governor makes first trip south of border since taking office; Mexico is Arizona's biggest trade partner.

Flagstaff's Dilemma: Solar's Warmth or Mountains' Majesty

South-facing windows capture sunlight for winter heat; north-facing capture the view.

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

State Fires Economist Who Led Employment Analysis

Recent jobs reports carried mixed analysis of Arizona's workforce growth.

A Border Patrol vehicle parked near the US / Mexico border fence.

Immigrant Detainees Claim Hunger Strike; Officials Deny It

Human rights group says 200 men, 50 women started Saturday; ICE says they're eating.

An Amish farmer working in his field with a team of horses.

Could Amish Farm Dust Provide Relief from Asthma?

Tucson researchers are seeking clues from rural Indiana communities.

New Arizona Abortion Law Enforcement Delayed

Attorney general will wait for court to sort out case

Clothing, wood scraps and blankets are pictured in a City of Tucson dumpster on Friday, March 13, 2015. The trash was from the deconstruction of the Safe Park protest in downtown Tucson.

Downtown Tucson Homeless Camp Cleared – Again

City closes park indefinitely to protect public safety, health; dozens move elsewhere.

El Presidio Park and old Pima County Courthouse.

Pima County Approves Tax Increase with New Budget

Supervisors voted to raise property taxes $17 a year on the average home

Desert harvesters are harvesting mesquite trees.

Harvesting Desert's Bounty Topic of Classes

Santa Cruz Farmer's Market will host demonstrations this month.

Freshman literature teacher Michelle Callahan-DuMont, a Common Core proponent, and her class at Sunnyside High School.

Court Approves Arizona's English Language Classes

A federal appeals court has approved Arizona’s ELL classes

Mexican consul in Tucson holds press conference calling DACA a 'success' on its three-year anniversary.

500K Immigrants Take Deferred Deportation in 3 Years

Obama program aimed at young people extends to 19,000 in Arizona.

The city of Tucson's department of housing and community development have had many requests from families during it's three-day application period for the section 8 housing waiting list due to he downturn in economics, but the department is ensuring everyone will get an opportunity for placement on the list. This process will be running from December 13th-December 15th.

Tucson Opens Public Housing Waiting Lists

People can apply for Section 8 vouchers, public housing managed by city and private owners.

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