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Signs of the Times: No Extra Cash

Most politicians buy their signs from out-of-town businesses

Tucson Foreclosure Filings Spike

3rd-quarter filings rise 25% from 2nd quarter; Phoenix improves

State Tax Revenues Beat Budget in Sept

But first 3 months leaves coffers $8.4M below projections

Foreclosure Decline Continues in AZ

Still 4th worst in U.S., but numbers down 20.8% from 2011

AZ Week: Economy Gaining, But Slowly

State officials approach revenue projections with caution

Tucsonans Tackle Eating on $20 a Week

Participants say they wanted to experience what those receiving federal food assistance do every week

Organic Food Production in Transition

Senior member of Union for Concerned Scientists suggests caution

Take a Tour of Tucson Cuisine

Moveable feast: Downtown lunch-time walks now available

Metal Thefts Cost $2M in Tucson

Police, business groups hope to raise awareness, reduce problem

State Reports Improved Revenues for 2012

Fiscal year finished $26M better than previously reported

Latino Spending at $7.3B in Pima County

'All businesses can benefit' as population gains economic influence

Gasoline Prices Continue Rising

Arizonans paying 35 cents more than one month ago

AZ Foreclosure Rate Continues Decline

Down 28.7% in a year; still 4th worst in U.S. with 7,900 August filings

Study: Undocumented Boost AZ Economy

Opponents say they cost state much more in services

AZ Week: Obama's Economic Report Card

2 state economists say much more - or much less - could be done

AZ Housing Prices Up 16.6% in 1 Year

State leads U.S. in biggest gain since 2006, tracking firm says

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