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ASU to Hold Classes in Downtown LA

The university will lease a former newspaper building for journalism and arts classes by 2020.

Allegiant Air Coming to Tucson Airport

The low-cost airline will bring two new destinations to TIA.

Mexican Politics On the Agenda for Binational Meeting in Phoenix

Leaders from both sides of the border will discuss cross-border economic development.

UA Tech Park to Mentor Companies in Solar Competition

Participants could win portion of $3 million. Will receive help from UA and other 'Connector' organizations.

Home Sharing Is a Second 'Job' for Many Tucson Teachers

Airbnb says 12 percent of Tucson "hosts" are educators.

ASU Expanding Beer, Wine Sales at Sun Devil Stadium

Fans will no longer be able to leave the stadium and return after their ticket is scanned.

UA Study Uncovers Workplace Bias Based on Family Roles

The research found that focus is put on whether employees are seen as "providers" or "caregivers."

Kroger Begins Testing Driverless Grocery Deliveries in Scottsdale

Same-day or next-day delivery orders can be made online or via a mobile app.

Arizona Unemployment Drops Slightly in July

Figure stands at 4.6 percent; seasonal job losses in education, hospitality

Tucson Housing Market Steady in July

Low inventory causing standstill in home sales.

Judge Sides With Pima County On Part 2 of World View Case

Ruling says the county properly entered into no-bid contracts with builders so it could meet World View's needs.

Arizona Sides With Developer in Water-Use Dispute

The long-standing lawsuit revolves around a proposed 7,000-home development in Sierra Vista, near the San Pedro River.

Mexico Opens Second Stock Exchange

The Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA) has been years in the making.

Modernizing Mexican Moonshine: The Future Of Bacanora In Sonora And Beyond

Producers of the Sonoran spirit look to tradition, economic viability and sustainability amid the hope of a growing market for the agave drink.

Congress Watchdog: Border Wall May Cost More, Take Longer

The Government Accountability Office said CBP doesn't have enough info to know if it is using resources in a cost-effective manner.

Arizona Employment Projected to Grow by 540K Jobs by 2026

Currently at 2.9 million, the number of state jobs is expected to reach 3.4 million in a decade.

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