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787,000 Arizonans Expected to Travel for Holiday

Anticipated travel by state residents up 3% from last year, despite higher costs.

Downtown Tucson Renewal Sparks Office Space Interest

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

Mexico And Canada: NAFTA Changes Require 3-Nation Effort

Following trade official's announcement, Canada and Mexico emphasize trilateral agreement.

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.

State Revenues Drop in April, But Analysts Say No Cause for Concern

Still plenty of money, and tax time explains volatility, they said.

Tucson Wages Grow Slower Than Phoenix, State

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

Episode 138: Sales Tax Passes - Tucson's Plans to Spend on Roads, Safety

Plus: decriminalizing mental illness, the end of the Legislative session and the state of the city budget.

NAFTA Renegotiation Could Come as Early as August

Trade official signals administration's intentions; Arizonans watching closely.

Arizona Unemployment Sees No Change April-March

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

Tohono O'odham, State Settle Glendale Casino Dispute

Tribe will get top gaming certificate and liquor license, agree to no other Phoenix area gaming.

Building a Journey Across America

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

Episode 137: Gender Inequality Persists; How Can We Bridge It?

Women of different generations gather to compare experiences, look ahead to changes.

Tucson Housing Market Cools in April

Sales and sales volume went down as the market heads into its traditional busy season.

Tucson Budget Stabilizing as City Watches Spending

City manager recommends $1.3B budget, with small surplus to end this fiscal year.

'Woven Through Time' Reveals Cultural Fabric of the Southwest

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A state budget update; Dr. David Alberts retires from the UA Cancer Center; and "A Book I Love" returns.

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