University of Arizona athletic director Greg Byrne in November 2011.
From left to right, Derrick Williams, Daniel Bejarano, Jesse Perry, Solomon Hill and Alex Jacobson celebrates on the bench during Arizona's 93-77 blowout win over Duke in the Elite Eight on March 24, 2011.
Veteran Tucson musician-composer Jeff Haskell will perform his “Missa Dixie” jazz Mass at two services on Sunday at St. Philip’s in the Hills, 4440 N. Campbell Ave. The performance includes the St. Philip’s Singers and a combo of jazz musicians.
Customers dine in now-closed Mr. K’s restaurant, the latest of several dining spots to close in the area.
Sirirak Anderson made stir-fry rice noodles as part of the Annual Tucson Meet Yourself festivities in 2011.
Southwest Airlines currently is the largest carrier by passenger volume at Tucson International Airport.
A makeshift memorial to the victims of the Jan. 8 shootings sprang up at University of Arizona Medical Center after the shootings; a permanent memorial would be established at the Pima County Courthouse downtown.
At Sonoita Vineyard, barrels and vats are part of the wine-production process. Arizona currently has 80 bonded wineries.
Hub Restaurant and Creamery owner Kade Mislinski has invited other Tucson ice cream makers to set up Saturday in Hub's parking lot for what he hopes will be Tucson's inaugural Scoop Fest ice cream festival during Second Saturdays Downtown.
A Bell's vireo feeds her nestlings at Roy P. Drachman-Agua Caliente Park, where birders gather at 7:30 a.m. on Thursday mornings to see what they can see.
In February 2011, unusually cold, freezing weather settled in across Southern Arizona for days. At one area store, flowers were draped in ice from some sort of water line or sprinkler problem.
University of Arizona professor Daniel Katzen, who was a horn player for the Boston Symphony, will be the soloist at the May 25 Music in the Park concert.
Prickly pear cactus fruit, called the
An Arizona Bell's vireo feeds her babies at her nest. At San Pedro, you're likely to encounter sights like this.
UA softball pitcher Kenzie Fowler pitched the Wildcats to a 10-2 win in a regional game against Texas Tech in 2011.
More than feathered creatures are on the bill during the weekly "Wake Up With the Birds" tour, which runs 8-9:30 a.m. Thursdays at Agua Caliente Park, 12325 E. Roger Road.
One quality that was passed on to Davellyn Whyte from her famous father was his competitiveness. "We don't play for ties," she said, "we go for the win. That was always his mentality - never play for a tie."
Derrick Williams' success at UA "was one of the reasons that these freshmen are here," Sean Miller says.
Jim Click introduced Mitt Romney at a business round table in September 2011. Click has given $50,000 to the Restore Our Future super PAC, which supports the Republican presidential candidate.
New UA coach Rich Rodriguez could eventually challenge the winning percentages of former Arizona coaches Dick Tomey (.595) and Larry Smith (.627).
Go on a bird-watching tour every Thursday morning at Roy P. Drachman-Agua Caliente Park, 12325 E. Roger Road. The Wake Up With the Birds program runs from 7:30 to 9 a.m.
A bird finds a scenic perch near a pasture in Amado. Field trips next month will take birders to sites around Southeastern Arizona, including Cienega Creek, Catalina State Park and the Catalina and Huachuca mountains.
Mountain View's Shayna Adelstein gets a hug after scoring the winning run against Sunnyside in March 2011.
Frontier's last nonstop flight to Denver will be Wednesday. It is switching to seasonal service because "the flights were not profitable over the summer months," an airline spokeswoman said.
Last July, homeowner Mary Means took a rest on sandbags placed to protect her home in Sierra Vista from flooding.
La Fiesta de los Vaqueros Tucson Rodeo Parade is a tribute to
the city's rough-and-tumble Western past. The buggies, bands and
horses take it to the street next Thursday morning.
Southwest Airlines employee Boyd R. Rogers unloaded bags in
September at Tucson International Airport. The airport's passenger
count dipped slightly last year after a rebound in 2010.
Clouds hang over the city as rain sprinkles the area in November 2011.
Randy Gardner was shot through the right foot, just below the
ankle, as he chatted with retiree Phyllis Schneck, who died in the
shooting. "The doctors told me it was miraculous it didn't hit any
bone," Gardner said.