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A Look at Changes at Tucson International Airport

$28 million remodel includes new security checkpoints and more food options.

Arizona and Sonora Governors Reaffirm Economic Partnership

The two addressed how issues like NAFTA, tariffs and illegal immigration impact their relationship.

Governors United; Smuggling Crackdown; Tucson's Image

Plus, a tour of renovations at Tucson International Airport.

Tucson Housing Market Continues Slide Toward Unaffordability

Research from a real estate data firm shows the market is at its least affordable since 2009.

Mexico's Presidential Election Stirs Worries of Trade War With US

A Mexican think tank predicts long-term losses for both countries under any trade-war scenario.

Tropical Bird is Treating Admirers in Arizona

The elegant trogon, a prize for many birdwatchers, is breeding in various mountain ranges around the state.

Pima Supervisors Reject Taxes for Road Repairs, Plan to Ask Voters

After voting down a property and a sales tax, the board asked county staff to prepare language for a bond issue for the November ballot.

Tucson Housing Market Bounces Back But Still Short on Labor

Homebuyers increased by nearly 15 percent, a realtor group president says.

Ducey 'No Fan' of Tariffs, Wants NAFTA Changes

Arizona governor said business between Arizona and Sonora will continue.

Arizona Chamber on Growth and Impact of New Tariffs, NAFTA Talks

Union Pacific also discusses investments to the region and its role in the state's trade industry

Family Separation; Black Hawk Border Tour; Arizona's Economy

Plus, how the Tohono O'odham Nation views its relationship with Border Patrol and challenges on the reservation.

$134M in Improvements Planned for Border Highway

The State Route 189 project will ease truck traffic from the Mariposa Port of Entry in Nogales.

Regents: An Arizona Degree Is Worth It, Even With Debt

A report says degree-holders with student debt still take home more than high school grads who don't attend college.

Business Owners Seek Federal Government Help to Drive Border Business

U.S. diplomat urges pushback against narratives of a dangerous Mexico.

Pima Community College Dropping Football, May Cut Golf and Tennis

The football program was never self-supporting, as originally hoped.

Mining Tops Sonora's Agenda at Arizona-Mexico Commission Summit

The commission started in the late 1950s as a way to promote economic development in the border region.

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