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University of Arizona research shows disparity in breast cancer treatments for Indigenous women

The data shows more Indigenous women get mastectomies versus lumpectomies than non-Native women.

Arizona will likely add about 700,000 jobs in the next ten years

The state is projected to outpace growth in most of the country.

Holiday shopping adds to strain on retail hiring

Stores that are already understaffed are struggling to hire seasonal workers.

Natural gas bills will likely be 30% higher this winter

Southwest Gas recommends that customers conserve energy to keep bills low.

Arizona unemployment claims are down below pre-pandemic levels

The state hit the milestone in mid-October.

Tucson voters raise minimum wage

Unofficial results show 60% of voters approved the wage hike.

Bisbee nonprofit creates program to help city employees find homes

The program is two and a half years old and inspired by a HUD program.

How is Arizona’s economy recovering amid the pandemic?

While the state has recovered most of the jobs it lost during the onset of the pandemic, the labor market has changed.

Affordable senior housing gets harder to find with pandemic

As the housing market tightens, seniors with specific needs have an especially hard time finding a suitable home.

Arizona unemployment rate goes down, but job growth remains slow

The unemployment rate in Arizona fell to below six percent.

Tucson develops plan to allow for more casitas

The city will take public comment on Tuesday, October 19th, 2021.

Employers struggle to find staff while job seekers get better offers

Some job seekers are reevaluating what they want from a job in light of the pandemic, and strapped employers are obliging.

Judge sides with Flagstaff over state in minimum wage fight

A judge has blocked Arizona from collecting $1.1 million from the city of Flagstaff to compensate for its minimum wage that is higher than the state's rate.

House subcommittee hears bill featuring Old Pascua

The bill, introduced by Rep. Raúl Grijalva, would take the tribally owned lands and put them into trust for the Pascua Yaqui Tribe — making way for a third Pascua Yaqui casino.

New loan fund announced for BIPOC entrepreneurs

The fund was designed by a committee entirely made up of local BIPOC business leaders.

City offers landlords extra incentive to take Title 8 vouchers

The City of Tucson is using federal CARES Act funds towards the incentive.

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