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Limited Housing Inventory, and Space to Grow, Pushes Up Prices in Flagstaff

Long-term lack of homes for sale has lead to unaffordable prices for many residents.

Arizona Housing Market Finding Its Pace Post Recession

Markets back to where they should be after boom and bust of the housing bubble, economist says.

State Begins Study for Possible 'Sonoran Corridor' Routes

Proposed highway would allow commercial traffic from the east and south to bypass I-10/I-19 interchange.

Tucson Ranks Low in Public Park Availability

Trust for Public Land rankings show many Tucsonans do not have easy access to a park.

Downtown Tucson Renewal Sparks Office Space Interest

Tucson's high-rises, including its tallest, are destinations for business, legal sectors.

TEP Deal to Provide Solar Electricity for 21K Homes

The array, to be finished in 2019, will be the largest in TEP's renewable energy portfolio.

Tucson Wages Grow Slower Than Phoenix, State

Wages up by less than 2 percent; Arizona average is 5.5 percent.

US and Mexico Promise Plan to Fight Drug Cartels

Officials say both countries are to blame for an opioid epidemic.

Arizona Unemployment Sees No Change April-March

State official said other indicators show positive growth despite flat joblessness rate.

US, Mexican Officials Meet in DC to Discuss Security Issues

Secretary of State Tillerson, Mexican foreign minister will look at cartels, other issues.

Traffic Flowing Despite Work on Grant Road, Official Says

Project expands road but aims to minimize lane restrictions and intersection closures.

Contaminated Baby Formula Found in Tucson, Police Say

East-side stores were victims of product tampering, according to officials.

Building a Journey Across America

Tucson man returns from an arduous, year-long research project visiting all 50 states.

Flu Cases Remain High in Pima County, Statewide

More than 100 cases in Pima County, and nearly 500 cases across Arizona.

Grand Canyon Considers Thinning Bison Herd

Park officials worried about damage done by up to 600 bison in the park.

Next Step for Rosemont Mine Approval Could Come in June

Coronado National Forest supervisor expected to sign record of decision in June.

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