The city proposes limiting a home to three small farm animals, such as miniature goats and rabbits, and eight chickens.
New Hampshire chickens from Germany, a heritage breed.
Images of domesticated pets hang amongst items for sale at the Humane Society of Southern Arizona Thrift Store
Thunder Canyon Brewery offers a sampler of their beers in 4oz glasses. There are a variety of ales, ambers, stouts and others.
Coach Sean Hogan couldn’t diagram a winning record in 2013-14, but UA upset two No. 1 teams.
Food truck Seis Curbside Kitchen plans a brick-and-motar spot in Mercado San Agustin, opening the first week of March.
A view of the Catalina Mountains from The Grill dining room at the Hacienda del Sol on Friday June 29, 2012.
Rich Kowalski, right, with research specialist Jess Johnson, has spotted his second incoming asteroid before it could collide with Earth.
David Cosgrove is at far left in orange
UA coaches are hopeful that senior forward Erica Barnes will be able to play today against UC-Santa Barbara. Barnes has been out with a concussion.
UA guard Candice Warthen missed all of last season and most of the 2011-12 season because of injuries.
Forward Alli Gloyd will miss the 2013-14 season after tearing the ACL in her knee. Gloyd averaged 9.4 points per game last season.
Borderlands is the perfect setting for a cowboy celebration, says organizer Lynn Wiese Sneyd, “It feels so Western with its wooden tables and rustic look.”
Thunder Canyon Brewery will be among the local breweries represented at Saturday’s 27th annual Great Tucson Beer Festival at Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium. It is presented by Desert Diamond Casino and benefits nonprofit Sun Sounds of Arizona.
Austin Andrade, an all-star wrestler at Amphitheater High School.
Junior Aunesty Jantz, right, notched 376 kills last year as the Nighthawks went 29-13 and advanced to the state semifinals for the fifth time in the past six years.
Construction crews converted some baseball fields at the Kino Sports Complex into permanent and semi-permanent soccer fields last spring so that the FC Tucson soccer team could use the facilities and host Major League Soccer events.
Los Angeles Galaxy goalie Josh Saunders prevents a score by the New England Revolution in one of the top soccer matches played in Arizona.
UA President Ann Weaver Hart is implementing a process she refers to as "disruptive innovation." Above, she was at a basketball game in 2012.
Robert Refsnyder, MVP of the College World Series for the Wildcats a year ago as a right fielder, now plays second base.
Michael Fenlason is the artistic director of Beowulf Alley Theatre.
Salpointe Catholic's Cameron Denson (5) has committed to play at the UA but couldn't help but be impressed when Alabama showed up.
Arizona guard Candice Warthen (1) returns after missing last season with a knee injury. The Pac-12 granted the junior a medical redshirt.
Carlos Martinez, with two computer degrees, is heading for California and a job with IBM. He came to the United States illegally with his parents when he was 9. He holds his work permit, which was granted last year.
UA pitcher Kenzie Fowler redshirted this season because of back surgery but is expected back next season and may play nearly every day.
Ex-Cat Robert Refsnyder hit .370 with four doubles for the Yankees' Class A team and was promoted to Class A-Advanced.
Current Arizona second baseman Chelsea Suitos stretches in front of Hillenbrand Stadium outfield billboards that honor two of the four Wildcats who have been named National Player of the Year.
Seniors Kevin Parrom, left, and Solomon Hill have helped the Wildcats to a 92-41 record and an Elite Eight appearance in their four years at UA.
Davellyn Whyte, driving against Grand Canyon in a preseason exhibition game, is approaching 2,000 career points. Only one Wildcat woman has ever reached 2,000.
The UA returns to the friendly confines of Hi Corbett Field, where Johnny Field and the Wildcats won an NCAA super regional last year.
Arizona guard Jordin Mayes and coach Sean Miller are part of what could be "the Year of the Wildcat."
Snow, a 17-year-old polar bear photographed above in June, came to the Reid Park Zoo in February with dermatitis. She died Sept. 3.