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Tucson's Hotel Industry Sees Jump in Bookings

Last year, hotels saw an increase of 13 percent over 2016.

3.4 Million Passengers Flew Out of Tucson International in 2017

Airport monthly passenger numbers have grown for 18 straight months.

Next Round of NAFTA Negotiations Approaching

Round six of NAFTA negotiations begins with Trump threatening to pull out.

Is Renting a House in Tucson Cheaper Than Buying One?

Increasing home prices and decreasing rents may be caused by investors seeking rental properties.

What Happened to Edible Baja Arizona?

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Differing opinions on how money should be spent at the border; Indigenous Voices presents spiritual elder Mona Polacca; and paying attention to Gila woodpeckers.

Seller's Market Continues in Tucson, Skips Holiday Dip

Real estate experts forecast 2017 trends will continue into 2018.

Arizona Bowl Organizers Forecast Economic Touchdown for Tucson

Planners predict $31 million impact from game, associated events.

Miracle Mile Recognized on National Register of Historic Places

Retro hotels and neon signs recall a bygone era.

Tucson Economy Ready to Grow Behind Manufacturing Sector

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

Jobs Report Shows Growth in Tucson, State

Previously discouraged workers are returning to the labor force.

Arizona's Minimum Wage Going Up Jan 1

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

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.

Christmas Shoppers From Mexico Increase After Drop Last Year

2017 numbers for Mexican shoppers better than 2016 and downtown is an added attraction.

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.

Local Internet Providers Respond To Net Neutrality

Cox Communication in Arizona says it will not alter signal strength.

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.

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