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Self-driving car startup that lost permit in California coming to Tucson

The company lost its permit after the state found it had failed to monitor safety drivers' records.

Arizona's minimum wage set to increase

State law mandates it go up with inflation.

Arizona sees increase in housing permits

Many Western and Sunbelt states topped the list.

Union membership in Arizona inches up

The state still trails much of the nation.

More new Arizona residents come from California than anywhere else

About half of new residents come from Western U.S. states.

Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh talks about immigration, the infrastructure act and his first job

The secretary called for Congress to make moves on immigration reform.

Average gas price falls below $4 in Arizona, after record-high summer

The drop came just in time for the long, Labor Day weekend.

Tucson-area housing market cooling off

Prices are still high but competition has calmed down from earlier this year.

The Buzz: How the short-term rental market is changing in Arizona

The state's hold on regulations has loosened, but some municipalities want more control.

City-funded industrial sewing class to hold last class of the year

The program has already graduated sixteen students and plans to grow well beyond that next year

Demand for food bank services is growing in Southern Arizona

Inflation and COVID-19 are contributing factors

Arizona adds many new jobs across industries

Industries that have struggled to hire are showing some signs of recovery

Foreclosures in AZ up but still well below pre-pandemic normals

Numbers take notable jump as pre-moratorium cases resume and more expected cases join.

Open Mic Night opens opportunities and cooperation in Sierra Vista

Monthly gathering welcomes artists to showcase their talent.

Bankruptcies in AZ dropped in 2022

Fiscal year saw filings drop by 23 percent

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