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Brick-Mortar Stores Still Busy in Age of Internet Shopping

Retail shops see rush once it's too late for delivery of online shopping orders.

Tucson Food Bank Experiencing 'Unprecedented' Demand

CEO Michael McDonald says layoffs, economic uncertainty hurting most vulnerable.

Judge Won't Stop Higher Minimum Wage; Appeal Due

Arizona Chamber of Commerce sought to stop implementation due Jan. 1.

Arizona Solar Rates Reduced for New Rooftop Installations

Corporation commission votes 4-1 favoring state's big power companies.

Mexican Poinsettias: Tradition, Commerce and Diplomacy

Market for the winter-blooming flower another tie between Mexico and US.

Effort to Block Higher Minimum Wage in Court Tuesday

Maricopa County judge schedules hearing on business groups' suit to block Jan 1 start.

Economists Predict Strong Year Ahead for Tucson, Nation

Tucson poised for growth behind increased federal spending, population growth.

Joint Effort Aims for Border Crossing at 'Speed of Business'

Mayor of Nogales, Son., on the election; Tohono O'odham looking forward.

Arizona Chamber Sues to Block Minimum Wage Increase

Suit says voter-approved Proposition 206 doesn't identify a source for state costs.

Supervisors Approve Leasing 2 Downtown Lots to Rio Nuevo

Pima County aims to avoid economic development incentive issues.

Pima County Supervisors OK Sale of $25 Million in Bonds

The last voter-approved borrowing is on the market from 3 bond issues.

Land Lease in Place, Vector Looks to Future in Tucson

A company executive said plans are to build a factory in 2017, then start hiring staff.

Lower Mexican Peso Sends US Deal-Seekers Over the Border

At 20 to 1, shoppers are getting more bang for their buck.

Economic Outlook: Improving Tucson Employment Picture

Slow recovery from recession likely to pick up steam in 2017.

As Weather Cools, Tucson Real Estate Heats up, Defying Trend

Colder weather usually means a sluggish market, but that has not been the case this year.

Raytheon Begins its Expansion, Adding 2,000 at Tucson Plant

Tucson's largest private employer ready for new employees, buildings on South Side.

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