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Tucson Economy Ready to Grow Behind Manufacturing Sector

Good economic times come as federal spending begins to increase again.

AAA: More Than 1/3 of Arizonans Will Travel for Holidays

While many will take to the road, most will not be leaving the state.

Jobs Report Shows Growth in Tucson, State

Previously discouraged workers are returning to the labor force.

UA Astronomer's Camera to Play Key Role in New Space Telescope

Infrared camera will search for first objects in the universe.

2017 Brings More Talk of Roads in Tucson Government

Pima County, Tucson Council political party makeup remains the same. Both bodies talk of road fixes.

Arizona's Minimum Wage Going Up Jan 1

The raise means more than $1,000 more a year for full-time workers.

Influenza Now 'Widespread' in Arizona

Weekly case reports doubled last week in Pima County, statewide.

As Valley Fever Cases Grow, Research Aims to Improve Diagnoses, Treatment

A UA study center looks at effects of delayed diagnoses, hopes to pioneer rapid test.

2 Routes Run Through Avra Valley in Report on Proposed Interstate

The department has identified 2,000-foot corridors that ADOT considers possibilities for proposed highway.

Bear Euthanized Near Sabino Canyon

Ailing bear was persistently near residences and a school.

Tucson Home Prices Continue Climb, May Push House Construction

Growing home prices may push revenue up high enough that builders feel safe making spec homes again.

Red Cross Sees Fewer Donations This Time Of Year

Red Cross needs to collect 620 blood donations a day to meet the needs in Arizona.

Surge In Arizona Part Of National Wave Of Citizenship Applications

The U.S. government gets a flood of citizenship applications in the months before a presidential election, and activists said the 2016 spike has carried over into this year.

Ajo and I-19 Intersection Closed Overnight Friday for Bridge Work

Construction will restrict travel through the area from 10 p.m. Friday until noon Saturday

Sen. Flake: End to NAFTA Would Hurt U.S. Economy

Flake predicted a rise in unemployment, farm subsidies and illegal immigration if trade deal is ended.

Episode 345: The News That Impacted Arizonans in 2017

A look back at what we covered and what it will mean in 2018.

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