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Why Martha McSally wants the government to pay for your next vacation

Professor of Economics Dennis Hoffman says the $4,000 tax credit proposed this week by Sen. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., won’t persuade those who feel unsafe to travel. But given the measure’s extended time frame through Jan. 1, 2022, he sees merit in the concept.

Arizona unemployment rate drops to 8.9%, still at twice pre-COVID levels

According to the latest numbers from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the Valley posted one of the steepest unemployment drops in the country in May.

Tips for avoiding coronavirus scams

Whenever there is uncertainty, scammers try to take advantage of the fear and confusion. This is no different during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The eviction cliff: Thousands of Arizonans could become homeless after governor's order expires

Mark Stapp, director of the Master of Real Estate Development program, says too many renters are in danger of being evicted and something needs to be done to help them and their landlords.

Arizona unemployment rate dropped sharply in May, though economists advise caution on figures

The state still has about 163,000 fewer jobs than it did a year ago, but the turnaround is welcome nonetheless.