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Trump Defense Promises Could be Boon to Southern Arizona Economy

Public- and private-sector military spending has a heavy impact on an area's economy.

Dillinger Days Will Close Roads in Downtown Tucson

The event commemorates the capture of the notorious bank robber in Tucson.

Tucsonans Traveling to DC for Women's March on Washington

The march is expected to draw 100s of thousands from around the world Saturday.

Rillito Horse Racing Gets Another Lap: Through 2021

Extension comes with a stipulation for $1M in upgrades to Rillito Park facilities.

Teach-In Aimed at Upping Democratic Participation

The day of talks at the UA will emphasize education and action on inauguration day.

Tech Schools Don't Want to Be Overlooked for Teacher Raises

Some uncertainty lingers after years of budget strain.

The Fearless Jazz of Dee Dee Bridgewater

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Two local churches make room for Central American refugees; electronic music emerges from virtual space in Tucson; and an overview of the 2017 Tucson Jewish International Film Festival.

Rent in Tucson on the Rise, But Still Reasonable, Realtors Say

Rent costs are growing in the local market, but have not climbed as notably as some parts of the country.

Tucson's Housing Market Ends Year with Strong December

2016's monthly and annual statistics closed at multi-year highs.

Tree Clearing on I-19 to Cause Lane Closures, Delays

The project is meant to increase safety by reducing plant-caused collisions.

Mortgage Rates on the Rise in Southern Arizona

Realtors association says average home payments are 8.9 percent higher than in October.

Can't Get to Women's March in DC? Go to Downtown Tucson

One of 281 sister marches taking place around the world.

State's Nonprofits May Feel Squeeze of Minimum Wage Hike

Groups serving developmentally disabled adults fear they may have to close their doors.

State Not Likely to Drop Gun Suit Against Tucson

The law barring destruction of seized weapons is not likely to change.

Local Leaders Applaud State of State, With Some Reservations

Gov. Doug Ducey travels to Southern Arizona to give his annual speech.

17,000 Expected at Tucson Jazz Festival, Opening Thursday

Third annual event aims to attract visitors in slow tourism month.

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