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Signs suggest Arizona could fare better than expected in recession, UA economist says

Sales tax revenue for the state is not so low as feared.

Arizona weekly unemployment continues to rise

More than 100,000 people filed first-time unemployment claims

Rincon Market locked out after owner fails to pay rent

The neighborhood grocery store opened in 1926.

Statewide curfew delays restaurant reopenings

Tucson's Downtown Kitchen and Cocktails reopens Friday — one week later than planned.

For fishermen near vaquita habitat, government assistance falls short

A group says the current situation is pushing fishermen to turn to poaching, which threatens the few remaining porpoises.

Pascua Yaqui Tribe receives roughly $27 million in coronavirus relief

The tribe says it’s allotting some of the money to immediate needs and will save a portion for coronavirus costs later this year.

Pima County defends restaurant rules

A letter from the county attorney claims the governor cannot restrict health and safety regulations.

Continued unemployment claims still climbing in Arizona

Self-employed filers continue to drive claims up.

Understanding loan options available through the Small Business Administration

The SBA has awarded Payroll Protection Program loans to thousands of businesses in Arizona.

Shorter hours and masks required as longtime Tucson retailer reopens stores

The owner of Sam Levitz says the company has brought back nearly all of the 550 employees furloughed in April.

Tucson printing company sees opportunity in new demand for splash guards

Manufacturing the guards helps offset other losses caused by the pandemic.

Poll: Jobs and economy are top concerns for Arizona

Education is still the top issue for respondents. Immigration has decreased in importance.

Publicly traded Arizona companies receive millions in federal pandemic loans

Seven publicly traded companies in the state got paycheck protection funding.

Unemployment help available on the weekend as Arizona claims continue to rise

The Department of Economic Security has expanded its call center days through the weekend.

Tucson retailers adapt to new customer expectations

Retailers are shortening hours and emphasizing appointments.

Pima County supervisors to revise controversial restaurant rules

Business owners lined up Tuesday to complain about the new rules.

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