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Pima County Group Aims to Break Cycle of Incarceration

MacArthur Foundation-funded program wants to reduce missed court dates, jailtime for some nonviolent crimes.

Training Tucson's Next Generation of Leaders

Greater Tucson Leadership focuses on ensuring they are up for the job.

Tucson-to-Mexico Flight Details Announced; Begins in October

One Aeromar flight will stop in four cities in western Mexico.

Month-Long Road Closure for Next Phase of Downtown Links

Road project will ultimately connect Barraza-Aviation Parkway with Interstate 10.

Monsoon Knock Your Power Out? There's an App for That

New TEP app services include bill payment and service-issue alerts.

Credit Card Skimmers on the Rise at Arizona Gas Stations

The devices intercept info on card's magnetic strip, allowing it to be duplicated for theft.

Tucson Air Guard Works to Get Fighter Pilot Numbers Off the Ground

162nd Wing trains about 10 percent of new US fighter pilots each year.

Southern Arizona's Monsoon Starts Strong This Year

Rain totals in some places climbed above the normal level for an entire summer storm season.

Arizona Unemployment Grows for Fourth Straight Month

Jobless rate hits 6 percent as people enter workforce faster than job creation.

SynCardia Official: Tucson Operations Expected to Continue

Artificial heart manufacturer went through bankruptcy, sale in July.

Republican Corporation Commission Candidates Look to Move Past 'Dark Money' Debate

Most vying for the 3 open spots hope conversation can go beyond elections spending, solar issues.

Arizona's GDP Growth Among Fastest in US

The value of all goods and services produced in the state grew more than 2 percent the last two quarters.

Jerome: From Mining Boom Town to Artist Haven

The town, which once housed 1000s of minors, now welcomes 1000s of tourists each day.

Tucson's Housing Market Takes Hit in July

Market 'bump in the road' is the first drop in year-to-year sales in 8 months.

Gowan Suspends Campaign for 1st Congressional District

Arizona Speaker says he was not gaining enough support to win primary.

Trade Between Arizona and Mexico Continues to Grow

Imports, exports and tourism flow across the border and build the local economy.

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