Tedy Bruschi (68), left, and Brandon Sanders (18) of Arizona celebrate after the team's victory over Miami in Fiesta Bowl XXIII on Jan. 1, 1994.
UA's Nick Ross trains at the UA's Rincon Vista training complex, Monday, June 18, 2012.
Canyon Del Oro softball player Kayla Bonstrom was one of the Star's 2012 High School All-Stars.
TEP and a sister utility paid $219 million for Gila Bend Power Station, a facility that uses waste heat to generate electricity.
Retired Air Force Col. Gail Halvorsen in 2008, with one of the parachutes he kept from his candy drops over Berlin in 1948. He flew a C-54 then, similar to the plane behind him.
Arizona football coach Dick Tomey beams after a sideline shower at the end of the IBM Fiesta Bowl. Tomey's 16th-ranked Wildcats dismantled No. 10 Miami, 29-0 at Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe. Arizona Daily Star file photo taken 1/1/94 by David Sanders.
Tedy Bruschi, left, and Brandon Sanders of Arizona celebrate after the team's victory over Miami in the Fiesta Bowl on Jan. 1, 1994. Photo by David Sanders/ Arizona Daily Star
MAP project managerJennifer Pullen says the interactive data hub will help Southern Arizonans “see where our weaknesses are, and where our strengths are.”
With the musical group "Descarga" providing the tunes, the crowd gets down and do a little salsa dancing at El Parador on a Friday in 1999.
Holder Chad Christensen celebrates the winning field goal with kicker Jesse Ainsworth in front of Arizona's Wilfrey Fontenot and Bryan Copeland with seconds to go at Sun Devil Stadium on Nov. 25, 2005.
Apac Customer Services, looking to add nearly 700 positions in Tucson, declined to specify wages, but the U.S. Department of Labor says customer-service reps earned a median hourly pay of $14.70 in 2012.
University of Arizona kicker Alex Zendejas throws his helmet after his point-after attempt was blocked during the second overtime to give rival Arizona State a 30-29 win at Arizona Stadium in 2010.
One expert thinks the sales-price numbers are too optimistic, given the concessions sellers are making on closing costs.
Exterior of the APAC Customer Services call center at 1650 S. Research Loop.
An old windmill is the only sign from far away that an abandoned ranch is nearby at Oracle State Park. Photo by David Sanders.
Newly built ramadas wait for visitors at the Oracle State Park, which has been closed for over a year and never really was open to the public. Photo by David Sanders.
Oracle State Park has been closed for over a year, and repairs like these picnic benches that were moved because of heavy rains need to be removed to a different location. Photo by David Sanders. Copyright 1996 The Arizona Daily Star
Former UA swimmer and South African Olympian team member Ryk Neethling prepares for the Olympics in Athens on Aug. 3, 2004.
2007: Arizona's quarterback Willie Tuitama gets surrounded by fans after their Homecoming win against UCLA, 34-27, on Nov. 3, 2007.
2006: C.L. “Stub” Ashcraft, No. 20, show in this 2006 photo reflected in a University of Arizona team photograph from 1941. By his count, it was his 388th straight home game since he returned from World War II duty in 1945.
2005: One of thousands of fans who stormed the field at Arizona Stadium gets a ride off after Arizona's Homecoming victory over UCLA. The Wildcats, who had won only one Pac-10 conference game, scored the first four times they had the ball Saturday on the way to a 52-14 victory over the Bruin…
1997: Jeremy Crutchfield, president of the Bobcats, a senior group at the University of Arizona, puts mud on the head of homecomming queen finalist Robyn Connolly during a mud tug-o-war on the UA Mall to promote the UA spirit during homecoming week.
1988: Wilbur the Wildcat beckons all fans to the UA Homecoming bonfire on the UA Mall on Oct. 28.
2011: Junior Honorary League "chain gang" member Leo Oppenheimer, center, cheers from a bus during the annual homecoming parade on the UA Mall, Saturday, Nov. 5, 2011. The grand marshall was Ron Barber, a member of Congresswoman Gabrielle Gifford's staff when he was shot on Jan. 8, 2011.
The ConjuringHotel Congress. Occult experts Kenneth Macabre and Miss Malanga evoke and expel the spirits in the hotel. Show and tour of the haunted history of Hotel Congress. 7:30 and 9 p.m. Oct. 30. $12 in advance; $15 at the door. 622-8848.
Self-cleaning system that uses the sun's power to clean solar panels is on display.
Crowds gather at the Cogenra solar array.
Phil Dion laughs with Bruce Wright, before the dedication event at the UA Tech Park.
TEP's Phil Dion speaks at the dedication of the Cogenra solar array at the UA Tech Park.
UA's Jason Gardner passes around Notre Dame's Jordan Cornette in the second half during their NCAA Sweet Sixteen game in Anaheim, CA. in 2003.
Tucson businessman Mike Feder, April 4, 2011.
Arizona's Chris Rodgers, left, tries to help teammate Kirk Walters apply defense on Andre Iguodala during the Red-Blue Game at McKale Center Nov. 5, 2003.
Arizona's Andre Iguodala moves the ball upcourt during the Red-Blue Game at McKale Center Nov. 5, 2003.
Arizona's Chris Rodgers, left, and Mustafa Shakur go for a rebound in the first half of the Red-Blue Game at McKale Center Nov. 5, 2003.
Luke Recker brings the ball up against the defense of Rick Anderson ( 35) during the the Red-Blue Game on Nov. 2, 1999.
UA's Gilbert Arenas during the Red-Blue Game on Nov. 2, 1999.
UA's Lamont Frazier (23) during the Red-Blue Game on Nov. 2, 1999.
UA basketball player Jason Gardner in action during the Red-Blue Game on Nov. 2, 1999.
Jason Gardner, left, causes defensive trouble for John Ash during the Red-Blue Game on Nov. 2, 1999.
UA's Justin Wessel gets a knock in the head from Rick Anderson during the Red-Blue Game on Nov. 2, 1999.
Arizona Diamondbacks third baseman #27 Mark Reynolds gets congratulated by third base coach Chip Hale after his homer in the bottom of the 6th inning to put the Diamondbacks up 5-0 against the Giants at Chase Field on Sept. 18, 2007.
Some of Arizona's 1986 NCAA Championship team team get together before taking the field during the Alumni Game at Sancett Field. The '86 team won the College World Series, one of the three Arizona teams to do so. Sidewinder Manager Chip Hale is second from left.
Chip Hale signs an Arizona jersey for Phoebe Chalk, who works for the UA, before the alumni game in 2006.
Sidewinder manager Chip Hale led his team to win the Pacific Coast League Championship in 2006. The former Arizona baseball player was part of columnist Greg Hansen's top 100 stories in 2006.
Tucson's Christopher Columbus Park bears the name of the 15th century seafarer.
The Buckelew Farm pumpkin patch and corn maze is ready for some thrills and chills weekends through October.
UA defensive player Adrian Koch (52) runs for a touchdown after picking up a fumble against Utah on Sept. 2, 2000.