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Young pistachio trees planted in 2010 by Mark Cook's company North Bowie Farming. The trees were planted in 2010 and are nearing maturity. Cook said if planting is not done wisely, water will become too expensive and farming will no longer be economically viable in the area.

For Sale in Cochise County: Bigger Bowie Farms Tap Water

Part 1:Thousands of purchased acres have been planted in water-thirsty nut trees.

METRO WEEK: State Budget Shapes Pima, Tucson Budgets

'Give us back those dollars that we need desperately,' local governments say.

Arizona Unemployment Dips to 5.8%, With 7,400 New Jobs

A drop of two-tenths of a percentage point in December, led by private-sector growth.

Students celebrate their achievements at a University of Arizona graduation ceremony.

Study: More College Grads Would Boost State Economy

$7B bump could come from improving attainment at universities, tech education schools.

Eleazar Castellanos at the Southside Worker Center.

Under the Sun

Andrew Brown talks to people about the realities of life in Southern Arizona, including the struggle to find work.

Arizona Spotlight for January 15, 2016

StoryCorps in Tucson preents a grandfather's tale of adventure during World War II; new biography tells the story of the first American woman to become a doctor; Tucson unemployed look for work "Under the Sun".

Business Report: Legislature Eyes Breaks for Business

Ducey, some legislators want to make the state more business friendly.

Tucson Faces $12M Budget Deficit by June, More in 2017

As much as $40M by mid 2017 if cuts, new revenues are not applied.

Golden Eagle Distributors Sold to Phoenix-Based Company

Tucson beverage distributor will be part of state's largest distributor, Hensley Beverage Co.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

Number of Tucson Homes Sold in 2015 Rose 10 Percent

Prices up, too; most key statistics rose and grew at higher rates than year earlier.

Business Report: 2016 Brings 'Cautious Optimism' in Tucson

Some think this could be the year Tucson's economy moves past slow growth.

Cotton Prices Low; Crop Waning as One of the State's Five Cs

Low prices, urban pressure for land, water issues lead farmers to other crops.

Donate Now and 4 Other Tips for Filing 2015 Tax Returns

IRS will accept returns starting Jan. 19, so start getting that paperwork together.

Tucson City Golf Rates Will Be More Expensive in 2016

Greens fees increases not expected to hurt business, one tourism specialist says.

Pima County Offers Retraining for Laid-Off Copper Miners

County to train those hit by upcoming Freeport-McMoRan mine closure.

Business Report: Wrapping Up 2015 with Tucson Chamber

Slow, steady growth remained the trend this year for Tucson's economy

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