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Tucson fast food workers at a protest in September 2014.

Tucson Fast Food Workers Continue to Demand Better Pay

Local, nationwide protests happening Thursday; movement began two years ago.

Raúl Grijalva: A Liberal Leader, Optimistic About 2015

Immigration, environmental policy top his list of things to protect during 7th term in Congress.

Federal Grant May Help Relieve Navajo Hunger

1 in 5 on reservation is 'food insecure,' meaning they may not know source of their next meal, researchers say.

Pima County Program Helps People Facing Foreclosure

One Stop provides rent assistance, job training for high-demand occupations.

Outgoing Governor Brewer Prepares Budget Proposal for Next Year

She hopes to protect education, child welfare, mental health services; acknowledges it could be ignored by Gov.-elect Ducey.

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Shoppers Travel from Mexico for Black Friday Sales

Although Thanksgiving is not a holiday in that country, visitors take time off to shop.

Some Undocumented Farmworkers Could Benefit from Obama's Immigration Changes

Although executive action doesn't address them directly, many have children who are US citizens.

Tucson Business-Friendly Ordinance Struck Down

Judge says giving edge to local businesses in competing for city government contracts is unconstitutional.

Arizona's Housing Market Continues Slow Recovery

With median sales price rising at a reduced rate from a year ago.

Mexican Consulate Flooded with Calls Since Obama’s Immigration Changes

Officials set up hotline and mobile app to help prevent scams, provide correct information.

Lawmakers: Taxes on E-Cigarettes Could Bring Millions in Revenue

Arizona Joint Legislative Budget Committee explores options to deal with possible $1B deficit.

Lea Márquez-Peterson, the president of the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, talks about her testimony to a congressional subcommittee about the importance of international trade, especially with Mexico.

Tucson Business Leader Will Help Ducey with Economic Development

Lea Márquez-Peterson will co-chair governor-elect's committee that aims to attract more employers and improve international trade.

The Border Patrol's compound in Nogales, Ariz.

Obama Deportation Deferral May Affect 135,000 in Arizona

Immigration plan's impact in state also could include visas for high-skilled workers, tightened border security.

State Revenue Growth Lags for 7th Straight Month

October collections fall $7.4 million shy, driving shortage this fiscal year to $71.9 million; big deficit looms.

Arizona Job Growth Strengthens; Rate Falls to 6.8%

Strongest October numbers in a decade, state Office of Employment Statistics reports; 28,500 jobs added.

House for sale in Tucson, Arizona

House Flipping is Down in Arizona

Numbers may be decreasing because the market for older houses has shrunk.

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