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A bright red bird sits perched on a tree branch.

Desert River Harbors Life

San Pedro encompasses multiple wildlife habitats

Carl R. Tannenbaum, chief economist, Northern Trust Co.

Economist: Business Unfazed by Sequestration

Frustration abounds, but opportunities driving activity forward

State on Improving Jobs Trend, Analyst Says

Unemployment up slightly, but year-over-year change positive

State Jobless Rate 8% in January

Slight uptick from December follows US trend

One cent sales tax

Sales-Tax Overhaul May Lower Revenues

Studies by 2 groups estimate $125M to $140M in losses

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

AZ Foreclosure Rate Falls

State ranked 6th worst in February, best showing in years

Unemployment Onus Would be on Workers

Bill shifts burden of proof from employer to employee

A technology company unveils a new camera designed to aide in border security.

AZ Illustrated Metro Episode, March 11, 2013

Technology along border, PCC immigrant tuition, legislative harmony

Tucson City Councilman Paul Cunningham, discusses the fifteen million dollar deficit that the city has to work with next fiscal year.

Tucson to Fill $15M Budget Gap

Councilman says rising costs of pensions to blame

Just across Arizona’s western border, the Salton Sea is host to hundreds of thousands of avian visitors.

Birds Flock to Salton Sea

More than 400 bird species at California’s largest lake

John Kyl reflects about his years in the senate and what he feels may be necessary for the nation to move forward in a more bi-partisan way.

Kyl Says Sequestration Not Intended

2011 budget committe stalemated, but he expected Congress to act

sour economy for many consumers

Employers Needed For Youth Summer Program

Pima County summer jobs program for 14- to 21-year-olds needs private companies

Stephanie Urdiales, general manager of Golden Goose Thrift Shop discusses how the store helps raise money for local residents.

Golden Opportunity Via Recycling

Thrift store in Catalina nears $5M for community causes

Ursula Kramer from the Pima County Dept. of Environmental Quality, Fran LaSala from the Tucson Environmental Services Department, and Joan Lionetti from Tucson Clean and Beautiful talk about the way recycling can help improve the community.

Second-Hand Stores: Reuse in Vogue

Local groups see more awareness, participation

Shoppers pay a visit to The HabiStore. It's a thrift store operated by Habitat for Humanity.

Recycling: Win-Win for People, Nature

Second-hand stores save money, resources

GM Opening Tech Center in Chandler

Will hire 1,000 workers over 5 years, invest $21M

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