Striking out on their own after the tour, Bridget Auvenshine and her husband, John, walk through the Botanical Gardens.
Employees working at the Ventana Medical Systems campus in Oro Valley have a new boss.
The Southern Arizona Watercolor Guild’s WOW (Watch Our Walls) summer arts shows kicks off at the SAWG Gallery, 5605 E. River Road.
SaddleBrooke resident Seth Basker, left, and his son Jonathan, who was visiting from Brooklyn, N.Y., walked through Catalina State Park in 2011.
The Titan Valley Warheads rehearse before their performance on the second day of the Marana Bluegrass Music and Arts Festival. They played in 2011. Performers this year include Run Boy Run, Sonoran Dogs and 2 Lazy 2 Ranch.
The Arizona Inn (ARIZONA INN) made it on the list for one of the best 50 hotels in Travel + Leisure Magazine (TRAVEL + LEISURE MAGAZINE) on Tuesday, December 20, 2011, in Tucson, Ariz. Photo by A.E. Araiza/Arizona Daily Star Transmission number 154628 MANDATORY CREDIT, NO MAGAZINES, NO SALES
Tucson police Officer Chris Morin, left, with the DUI squad, and Officer John Hill take a DUI suspect into custody. While statewide arrest numbers declined in 2013, Tucson police reported more DUI arrests, along with a decrease in DUI-related crashes.
Maryam Hillman, 3, tries to explain this book on kittens to Chi Chi at the Miller-Golf Links Library as part of the Read to a Dog program. Chi Chi, or one of two other dogs, will visit the Murphy-Wilmot Library on Wednesday.
The county Board of Supervisors has approved a conditional-use permit for the 13-acre site near the mine, above.
Arizona volleyball coach Dave Rubio says this year’s team has the talent to make it into the NCAA tournament and to do well in it.
Madi Kingdon is one of five players from the recruiting class of 2011 - juniors now who are being counted on to be the leaders of the team.
Coach Dave Rubio, heading into his 22nd season at Arizona, has led the Wildcats to 15 NCAA tournaments.
Tucson Police Department officer Chris Morin tries to get information from a drunken-driving suspect who later became combative. He refused to take both the field sobriety test and the breath test, and a blood draw was administered.
Greenwood Sidee trio performed at the '11 Marana Bluegrass Music and Arts Festival, which was mostly rained out.
John Bartlett, right, activities and social-service director at Catalina Village, and a caregiver sort through contributions.
John Bartlett, right, director of activities and social service at Catalina Village, and caregiver Bhagi Mainali sort out names of residents from a pile of gifts they were distributing at a Christmas party last year. Catalina Village, at 5324 E. First St., is an assisted-living facility for …
Ka'Deem Carey thought about playing for ASU, but decided to be a Wildcat. "At the end of the day, the red and blue just fits me more," he said.
Dennis Bene says he has a better view in the press box of what opposing defenses are doing, but he can't communicate with his team as well.
Local restaurants will compete for top chili honors during the Fun Chili Cook-Off at Jonathan's Cork on Oct. 13.
Biosphere 2 is "a center for research, outreach, teaching and lifelong learning about Earth, its living systems and its place in the universe," according to its website. You can visit what Time Life Books named one of the 50 must-see wonders of the world at a discount if you have "The Book of Fun."
BrushFire BBQ Co. used flamed chips to decorate its offering last year. BrushFire will participate again this year along with restaurants including Frankie's South Philly Cheesesteaks, Dakota Cafe, Eclectic Cafe, Hog Pit, Kingfisher, Pastiche and Ric's Cafe.
Robert Anae, right, has proven to be adaptable: He learned new coach Rich Rodriguez's spread-option offense from scratch.
Cold mountain water streams through Sabino Canyon, which is included as one possible destination on the new website. The site lists historic, hiking and cultural destinations across the state, and is a work in progress.
Bicyclists approached the starting line during the last day of the three-day, 25th annual Tucson Bicycle Classic in March 2011.
Raul Castro, a former Arizona governor and ambassador, was detained for nearly a half hour at a Border Patrol checkpoint on I-19.
Mountain View juniors Tayler Jondall and Rachel Evans watch sophomore Matt Gomez sterilize an inoculating loop to smear bacteria cells for an experiment in January 2011.
The homebuilding industry in Pima County will get two fee breaks aimed at boosting construction.
It's free to explore and enjoy the plants and tranquil settings of the Tucson Botanical Gardens on National Public Gardens Day, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Friday.
Cooking teacher and TV host Steven Raichlen demonstrates a preparation for shrimp and corn on the cob during the third annual Tucson Festival of Books.
The Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros will perform wild West stunt shows
during the Trail Dust Town celebration Sunday.
The Pinnacle Peak Pistoleros perform stunt shows nightly at
Trail Dust Town.
Students in Santa Rita High School's culinary arts program, part
of Pima County's Joint Technological Education District, got
instruction on appetizers from instructor Kerri Morton last year. A
recent survey by the Arizona Small Business Association showed
that, after K-12 schools, JTED shou…
Tucson police Officer Chris Morin tried to get information from
a DUI suspect, who later became combative, on Dec. 10. The man
refused take any sobriety tests. A blood draw was needed to
determine his blood alcohol level. He was charged with drunken
Home values in Tucson continued to fall and the regional market
showed few signs of improvement, according to Brookings Mountain
In a scene that could be re-created today, Waiana Olson, 9, at
left, her aunt, Kim Miller, and Miller's son, Zane Olson, also 9,
get into a book at the Tucson Festival of Books last March at the
University of Arizona. Today's Rally for Literacy also aims to
boost literacy in the community.
Tucsonan Antonio Otero and other Knights of Columbus turned out
in March at the Mission San Jose de Tumacacori in Tubac. Judge John
Roll served with the Knights for 24 years.
Jerry Arvayo screens copper ore as it goes through the grinding process at Asarco's Mission Mine south of Tucson. Two thousand unionized workers are voting on a new two-year contract with Tucson-based Asarco.
Tracy Wood's furniture is long gone from the home in Oro Valley she says was the subject of a surprise foreclosure. Her attorney still hopes to regain it, and hasn't ruled out legal action against Saxon Mortgage Services.