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Tucson Bus Strike, Day 2: No Negotiations Scheduled

Teamsters union, Sun Tran say they're waiting on one another to resume talks.

A hearing was held in Tucson this week on trade between the United States and Mexico.

Texas Border Summit Seeks to Strengthen U.S.-Mexico Trade

Business leaders and politicians are meeting in El Paso and Juárez

Wildfire Can Benefit Wildlife; Bighorns Not in Danger

Finger Rock Fire may return more sheep habitat to normal, provide grass for forage.

Business Report: Why Do Unusual Businesses Thrive?

Businesses that break the mold succeed in Tucson thanks to loyal customers, dedicated owners

Jeffrey Silvertooth, PhD, addresses people who are learning more about agriculture.

Group Helps Grow Interest in Agriculture, Gardening and Nutrition

Cooperative Extension offers many programs in Arizona.

Global Mining Law Center Opens at UA

Center is funded with a combination of private and corporate money.

Rosa Robles Loreto with her youngest son in the room at the church where she has lived for a year.

Immigrant in Sanctuary One Year; When Will It End?

Rosa Robles Loreto has not left the church in 365 days, will stay until deportation order closes

The Finger Rock Fire on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015.

500-Acre Wildfire in Santa Catalinas Being Watched

Forest Service says lightning-caused blaze no threat to structures, and it's 'ready to take action.'

Tucson Bus Drivers Strike, Stranding 50,000 Commuters

Teamsters Union says it's 'willing to talk;' Sun Tran's says it made 'firm and final offer.'

Scofflaw Alert: Tucson Reduces Parking Ticket Fines

Basic 'nuisance' citation for meter expiration will go from $87 to $62 in October after council vote.

Rothschild Offers Help Hiring Customs Officers for Border

Tucson mayor lobbied federal officials last week for the city, offered help to one department

Mexican pesos

Mexican Peso at Historic Low, Could Hurt Tucson's Economy

One US dollar trading at 16 pesos, weakening Mexican shoppers' buying power north of border.

New Books, Laptops, Shiny Floors Welcome TUSD Students

School starts in Tucson's largest district Thursday, with added resources for teachers.

Sun Tran Drivers, Mechanics Contract To Expire Wednesday

Bus operator and Teamsters union continue negotiations, strike possible

An A-10 plane sits in a hanger at Davis Monthan Air Force Base.

Another Group of Davis-Monthan Airmen Return Home

A-10 crews return to desert after months overseas in Europe as part of base's largest deployment.

Successful Crowdfunding Keeps 'Camp Cooper' Open

With $80,000 raised towards $100,000 goal, camp will continue tradition of environmental education.

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