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Light Rail Construction Continues on 4th Avenue

Northern end of commercial district reopens to traffic; southern end closes

State Revenues Rise Above Expectations

Combined with spending cuts, surplus totals $379M

Energetic Focus on the Sun

Mirror technology could be a big boon to solar energy in AZ

AZ Still 2nd Worst for Foreclosure Activity

Improvement seen in first half of year, but 49,000 filings made

AZ Top State For Entrepreneurs, CNN Says

Expert says momentum for creating new businesses here needs to continue

Fuel Prices Down Nearly to Year-Ago Levels

Tucson's Monday average: $3.34; state: $3.42; national: $3.33

Mexican Election Watched From North

July 1 balloting has great economic meaning for U.S. border states

Greece: Hoping for Better Days

Tucsonan laments his homeland's turmoil, lauds its opportunities

Home Foreclosures Spike in May

Arizona ranks second in nation in residential real estate distress

U.S. Latinos Flex Economic Muscle

$1 trillion in national spending, including $40B in Arizona

Economist: AZ-Sonora Trade Has Bright Future

New infrastructure at border, port of Guaymas will aid state importers, exporters

Mexican Presidential Favorite at Border

Is he face of remade party or member of old regime for privileged?

80 Law Officers to be Hired Locally

Tucson Police, Pima County Sheriff’s departments expanding ranks this summer

State Gasoline Prices Lowest in 3 Months

Tucson average $3.60, down 2 cents from last week

Gasoline Prices Decline Before Holiday

Tucson is state's lowest by far at $3.63 per gallon

Tucson Post Office Still on Closure List

100+ processing centers closing over 8 months; Cherrybell due by February

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