HomeNewsTelevisionRadioVideo on DemandAZPM OriginalsEducationAboutCommunitySupport

All Stories

 Merchants and tourists say they see more bustle and vibrancy in Tucson's urban chore.

Experts: Feb. Peak of Tourism in Tucson, Not as High as It Was

With the gem show underway, visitors from all over coming in, however since 2008 number of tourists has declined.

Ricardo Pineda from the Mexican Consulate discusses his plans as the new Mexican Consul and the Mexican government's international relations goals for 2014.

Mexico Focusing on Economic Relationship with AZ

Sonora state and Mexico federal officials working on same business-sharing effort as Arizona officials.

Samuel Moreno

Top Sonoran Official Recognizes Tucson Mayor

Lawmaker thanked Rothschild for his boost to binational relations with Mexico; efforts to strengthen economic, social relationships.

Arizona economy

AZ Public Pensions in Better Shape, Study Says

After decade of declines, reforms are making employee plans solvent, Grand Canyon Institute finds.

The stagecoach that runs at Old Tucson Studios recaptures some of the flavor of what travel was like on the frontier of the late 1800's.

Tucson Proposes Film Incentives to Regenerate Industry

Rental discount offered on city property for productions costing $2M or more to stop 'flyover' to NM, Texas.

jobs ad photo

Figures Show AZ Unemployment Rate Dropped in December

Seasonally adjusted number down to 7.6% from 7.8% in Nov; state has added more jobs in trade, transportation, utilities.

After four difficult years, Arizona's housing market is beginning to show new signs of life.

2013 AZ Home Sales Prices Up 19%, Sales Lag

Phoenix sees 17% sales decline due to lack of inventory; Tucson median price up 8%, report says.

Tucson Mayor Jonathan Rothschild provides an update on his effort to end veterans' homelessness in the city by 2015.

Tucson's Needed Focus: Jobs, Trade, Mayor Says

Rothschild reflects on successes of last two years, sets economic goals for remaining years in his term.

Economy Breakdown

AZ's Government Credit Rating One of Worst in Nation

Richard Stavneak with the Joint Legislative Budget Committee said despite the low rating state's credit has been improving.

Crews work on the field at Kino Stadium during an off day for the Tucson Padres.

New Group Proposes Pro Baseball in Tucson

Independent league wants to place team at Kino Stadium; financial, leasing issues, legacy of failure stand in way.

10/15/12. Rebecca Brukman.
Image of gas pump.

AZ Gasoline Prices Slightly Higher This Week

Average state-wide price is $3.23 a gallon, increase of 2 cents from last week, Triple-A says.

Michael McDonald, the new CEO of the Southern Arizona Community Food Bank, discusses the changes that are going to be coming to the bank.

New Food Bank CEO Focuses on Broad Food Availability Issues

Michael McDonald started in early Jan. after years at Habitat for Humanity; says they need to provide more than just food.

jobs ad photo

Report: AZ 2014 Job Growth 2nd Highest in Nation

State economy projected to add 77,000 workers, at a pace of 3.1%, as recovery continues, analytics firm says.

23% of AZ Home Mortages 'Under Water,' Research Firm Says

Amount owed on 403,000 residences exceeds their value by 25% or more; nearly half in some phase of foreclosure.

Economy Crash

Study Finds AZ Losing About $2.6M in Unemployment Benefits

Research finds failure to maintain these services is hurting 12,100 households in Arizona.

Arizona Budget puzzle

Financial Issues Topping List in 2014 for Tucson, Pima County

Budget deficits, lagging economy, lead local governments to look to job creation.

Selected Categories

81 – 96 of 1253

collection categories

click any filter to remove it

[Economy]