Amazon, Target, Macy's and others offer speedier delivery, including overnight and same-day options
Potentially more concerning, says one expert, is that the numbers may be inaccurate.
Retailers say demand shows consumers want to shop on holiday.
New offers and shopping tools abound, but do your homework.
Part of nationwide project to promote art in schools.
Firm operates mine near Dragoon; failed to refinance its debt.
Recent commercial sales and leases.
Study shows increasing left-ticket prices may be squeezing out middle-class skiers.
Latest entrant in Tucson's fast-casual pizza market to open Dec. 3.
Expansion to add nearly 700 jobs in Tucson over three years.
Anticipated programming includes fitness classes and a lecture series.
By communicating clearly what's expected, you'll attract the right applicants.
RWC International plans to consolidate into a larger south-side building.
Kneaders and Corner Bakery to move into old El Mercado lot.
Shop Local Month, an initiative of Local First Arizona, runs from Nov. 28-Dec. 24.
Bourn Companies plans $30 million project.
Here's a full guide to the credits and how to use them.
Company says it will vigorously defend itself against on safety issues.
Grand opening of farmers market pavilion; and return of Enchanted Snowfall.
Snowmaking machines are working full throttle to coat the mountain in white.
The wage gap between Arizonans and the rest of the country continues to widen.
Thanksgiving gas prices are likely to be the lowest since 2009.
Realtor believes now is the time for a right buyer.
But Foothills Mall will try a Thanksgiving opening. Clip and save our list.
Business resumes on Friday.
Small space cooking up big flavors in Marana.
The Tucson Weekly's editor Dan Gibson announced on Facebook today that he is leaving the paper to become the Director of Corporate Communicati…
From pails of Snowdrift to six-cent bananas, get lost in Tucson markets past.
Longtime KVOA Channel 4 news anchor Tom McNamara's contract is up in December.
He's co-anchored Channel 4 news for more than 17 years.
Turkeys, brown-and-serve rolls are cheaper.
The Star highlights some people who are on the move.
Deal has no strings attached, no purchase required.
Health-care merger called a way to remain competitive.
Face-painting, live music part of celebration from 4 to 7 today.
But Curis Resources is confident it can make changes that will win approval.
TEP awards $100,000
in grants to nonprofits
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There are some really cool toys this year, and prices are fairly competitive.
Mario's Pizza sign, dating to 1958, to get new life.
Cost of beef, corn driving up prices for home cooks and restaurants.
The center made the move to maintain its financial viability.
No jobs affected as company consolidates to its East Broadway chapel.
Yes, it's that time already. Good news: Prices are fairly competitive.
Car dealer donated Jeep Cherokee, gave 50,000 raffle tickets to local nonprofits.
We want to find out where the 40-under-40 honorees from the last decade are now.
It marked the Grant-Stone Shopping Center for more than a half-century.
An auction to sell remaining inventory will be held November 22.
Violations include misrepresentation and failure to remit money to a client.
The grand opening will take place Nov. 22.