The Cats took down the Utah Utes 35-24 on Oct. 19, 2013.
Feel nostalgic for some Tucson institutions that are gone forever.
In Tucson, William Scott saw his fortune grow from $75 to $8,500.
One of the oldest reported mines in the area was Old Frijole, in the early 1880s.
In 1953, the Strategic Air Command brought the jet age to Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson with dozens of Boeing B-47 Stratojet bombers …
The Wildcats look to bounce back from last year's 31-13 loss to Washington.
Preston Jacobus was a home builder by trade, but as mayor he graded streets, laid sewer pipes and built a concrete bridge.
Tombstone mining operations directly affected the milling communities along the San Pedro River.
One image for each year of University of Arizona Homecoming, stretching back to 1914.
Arizona wasn't the center of the Gold Rush, but plenty of the precious metal was found here.
Respecting children and learning their language made her among Arizona's most beloved teachers.
UA fell to UCLA 31-26 during last year's homecoming game, Nov. 9, 2013.
The town yielded 8 billion pounds of copper in its mining history.
The Cats look for revenge against Washington State Saturday following last year's 24-17 loss.
UA students carve out some time to compete in a pumpkin contest.
Wealthy woman built lavish winter home that is now convent, Catholic school.
George Warren squandered his fortune, James Douglas became rich.
Aerial photographs of Tucson taken Feb. 14, 1929.
Prepare for Oct. 18 intrasquad game with past photos.
The face of downtown Tucson has changed over the decades. Old photos from the Tucson Citizen archives are matched with more recent photos take…
Street Smarts: Desert Museum's Hal Gras always shared links between people, animals.
For UA baseball player Chip Hale, from player to coach to manager of the Arizona Diamondbacks.
Early discoveries spurred hoarding, thieving and murder.
San Xavier Mission School teaches Tohono O'odham language and culture alongside Catholicism.
The Cats fell to USC 38-31 at the Coliseum on Oct. 10, 2013.