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Vice President of Community Affairs Felipe Garcia, discusses the future of Arizona's Hispanic Community.

U.S. Latinos Flex Economic Muscle

$1 trillion in national spending, including $40B in Arizona

Robert Loomis, local filmmaker and teacher at The Art Institute of Tucson, discusses the local independent film industry.

Filmmaker Offers View from Behind the Camera

Tucson-based filmmaker Robert Loomis says that Arizona could try harder to attract more productions to the state

Shelli Hall, director of the Tucson Film Office, talks about the disadvantages of Arizona not providing tax incentives to the film industry.

Big Budget Film Production Incentives Remain Elusive

Inadequate tax incentives attract smaller productions, film office director says

Conceptual drawing of the new Mariposa Port of Entry under construction in Nogales.

Economist: AZ-Sonora Trade Has Bright Future

New infrastructure at border, port of Guaymas will aid state importers, exporters

Enrique Peña Nieto, Mexican presidential candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party or PRI.

Mexican Presidential Favorite at Border

Is he face of remade party or member of old regime for privileged?

4/17/12

Crossing the Border For Business

AZ residents seek more opportunities in Mexico

Tucson Police Department sergeant in a traffic stop.

80 Law Officers to be Hired Locally

Tucson Police, Pima County Sheriff’s departments expanding ranks this summer

Despite the spike in gas prices, independent dealers say they are struggling because it's hard to make money on gasoline alone.

State Gasoline Prices Lowest in 3 Months

Tucson average $3.60, down 2 cents from last week

Brent DeRaad is the new CEO of the Metropolitan Tucson Convention and Visitors Bureau, and he talks about his vision for the Bureau and some of the programs he would like to implement as part of his new leadership.

New Leadership Brings New Ideas to Convention and Visitors Bureau

Recently hired president and CEO lays out plans for promoting Tucson

Customs and Border Protection is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

'Credibility Assessment' in Use for Border Crossings

UA's Center for Border Security tests new equipment to screen legal entrants

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Foreclosures Make Up 40% of AZ Home Sales

First-quarter figure down from 2011; average sale price $128,877

A Guatemalan migrant is trying to get home to reunite with his family, after traveling north to work across the border in Southern Mexico.

Migrants At Mexico-Guatemala Border Face Health Issues

Similar issues for people migrating north to U.S.-Mexico border

Gov. Brewer Encouraged by German Interest in AZ

Trade mission to show 'Arizona is open for business,' she says

Lawsuit Challenges Foreclosure Settlement Spending

Money meant to help homeowners, suit says, but state using some for general budget needs

Economists: AZ Job Growth Slow, But Sustainable

High numbers of low-skilled jobs, pace of industry growth still a concern

Gasoline Prices Decline Before Holiday

Tucson is state's lowest by far at $3.63 per gallon

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