PHOENIX (AP) - The latest on a tentative agreement in Phoenix's weeklong bus strike (all times local):

PHOENIX (AP) The latest on a tentative agreement in Phoenix's weeklong bus strike (all times local):

8:15 a.m.

Officials say there is a tentative agreement between a bus drivers' union and a transit company to end a weeklong strike that shut down bus routes in Phoenix.

City and Transdev officials say drivers will return to work Saturday if union members approve the deal reached Thursday night.

The Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1433 didn't immediately respond to a request for comment but Trasnsdev says it's hopeful that union members will ratify the proposal recommended by union officials.

There was no immediate word on details of the tentative agreement. Issues included bereavement time, bathroom breaks and a tiered pay system.

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton says he's pleased that negotiators stayed at the bargaining table and found common ground.

Transdev operates 34 routes, including some of the city's most heavily used.