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Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks chats with his producer as they wait to do a live segment for the Weather Channel at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thursd…

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Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

With the Catalina Mountains as a backdrop, Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks does a live on-air spot for the Weather Channel at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday a…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks does a live on-air spot with Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thursday. Photo taken: T…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks does a live on-air spot with Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thursday. Photo taken: T…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks, right, interviews Diane Bootes at the Rillito River Park. Bootes is a weather spotter in the Foothills and saw Cantore on the Weather Channel earlier. Bootes said she recognized where he was standing and decided to driv…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, right, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks answers questions for a tv producer as his field producer, Mike Bogad, watches at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how moisture from Hurricane Odile may bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thurs…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks waits to do a live on-air spot at the Rillito River Park. Cantore is in Tucson to report on the effects Hurricane Odile which may bring heavy rain on Wednesday and Thursday. Photo taken: Tuesday September 16, 2014 Photo …

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks chats with his producer as they wait to do a live segment for the Weather Channel at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thursd…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks does a live on-air spot with Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thursday. Photo taken: T…

10 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks, does a live on-air spot for Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News at the Rillito River Park. Cantore says he hopes tropical storm Odile doesn’t bring catastrophic floods to Tucson.

11 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks does a live on-air spot with Brian Williams of NBC Nightly News at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday and Thursday. Photo taken: T…

11 hours ago
Jim Cantore

Jim Cantore

With the Catalina Mountains as a backdrop, Jim Cantore, a meteorologist for the Weather Channel and other networks does a live on-air spot for the Weather Channel at the Rillito River Park. Cantore talks about how the effects from Hurricane Odile can bring heavy rain to Tucson on Wednesday a…

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02 HS VB p2

02 HS VB p2

Ironwood Ridge senior Aunesty Jantz,right, has averaged 5.5 kills per set so far this season for the undefeated Nighthawks.

September 15, 2014 5:37 pm
07 GOLF p3

07 GOLF p3

Pancho Orozco plays at the Randolph Dell Urich Golf Course March 30, 2013.

September 13, 2014 6:43 pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

Aodhan Lyons, center, plays a teenager with ADHD who constantly plays video games in the one-act play, "Level Up," written by Hilary Bluestein-Lyons. In one scene he is confronted by police officers played by Jim Hayes, left and Boz Lomasney. The play was performed during the fourth annual F…

September 13, 2014 6:31 pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

Paco Fish rehearses his stories before performing his one-man show, "Burlesque Vanguard – Advice from a Homeless Stripper/Clown" during the fourth annual Fringe Festival at Hotel Congress, 311 East Congress Street. Photo taken: Saturday September 13, 2014

September 13, 2014 6:31 pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

Anna Meilman, right and Zoe Rae take in Paco Fish's one-man show, "Burlesque Vanguard – Advice from a Homeless Stripper/Clown" during the fourth annual Fringe Festival at Hotel Congress, 311 East Congress Street. Photo taken: Saturday September 13, 2014

September 13, 2014 6:32 pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

Paco Fish gestures for Sasha Hartzell to rip off his shirt as part of his show, "Burlesque Vanguard – Advice from a Homeless Stripper/Clown" during the fourth annual Fringe Festival at Hotel Congress, 311 East Congress Street. The Fringe Festival hosts new plays by playwrights and one-man sh…

September 13, 2014 6:30 pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

Sheldon Metz, far right, director, goes over blocking with Luka Vomier as Aodhan Lyons, far left, looks over his lines before they perform the play "Level Up" during the fourth annual Fringe Festival at Fluxx Studio and Gallery, 414 E 9th Street. The one act play written by Hilary Bluestein-…

September 13, 2014 6:30 pm
Fringe Festival

Fringe Festival

Paco Fish performs his one-man show, "Burlesque Vanguard – Advice from a Homeless Stripper/Clown" during the fourth annual Fringe Festival at Hotel Congress, 311 East Congress Street. Fish talked about the 14 months he spent living out of his van and performing burlesque across the United St…

September 13, 2014 6:32 pm
Fringe Festival goes for one more day

Fringe Festival goes for one more day

Paco Fish gestures for Sasha Hartzell to rip off his shirt as part of his show “Burlesque Vanguard — Advice from a Homeless Stripper/Clown” during the fourth annual Fringe Festival at Hotel Congress, 311 E. Congress St. The Fringe Festival hosts new plays by playwrights and one-man shows. Th…

September 13, 2014 6:14 pm
El Charro Chimichanga

El Charro Chimichanga

El Charro chimichanga for 100 Objects series. El Charro Cafe located at 311 North Court Street. Photo taken Wednesday March 19, 2014

September 12, 2014 1:20 pm
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

Firefighters from the Tucson Fire Department led over 300 participants in the annual 9/11 Tower Challenge at Arizona Stadium early Thursday morning. They climbed 2,071 steps — the same number that were in the Twin Towers attacked by terrorists 13 years ago.

September 11, 2014 1:19 pm
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

A participant carries the flag during the 9/11 Tower Challenge, an event hosted by the Greater Tucson Fire Foundation to honor the first responders who died at the World Trade Center.

September 11, 2014 1:20 pm
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Ann Hughart Branham’s home sits across the street from where her mother used to live. The kitchen is one of the original two rooms of Ann’s home. 

September 11, 2014 11:45 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Ann Branham’s home in the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood was originally built in 1939 and only consisted of two rooms. Over the years other rooms were added, the dining room was originally a porch that was added in 1941. The original door can be seen on the right, that now has shelves. Photo t…

September 11, 2014 11:38 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Ann Hughart Branham’s home was built as a two-room abode in 1939. She has added on to the home through the years, including the living room that was built in 1993. 

September 11, 2014 11:38 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Michael Bell covered the sahuaro ribs on some ceilings with basket weaves, using bottle caps as washers to hold the nails. 

September 11, 2014 11:37 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Carol Cribbet-Bell says her home, built in 1983 using salvaged materials and wood from Mount Lemmon, “is a piece of artwork. It’s like walking into a cocoon when you come home. You feel warm and comfortable.”

September 11, 2014 11:36 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Dave and Pat King’s home was designed by Bob Barnes, who used sun-dried abode. They’ve lived there since 1980 and say the home provides a refuge from the busy world.

September 11, 2014 11:37 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Michael Bell and Carol Cribbet-Bell’s home was built by Charles DeConcini in 1983. Their home features a zaguan, a passageway leading from the entrance to doors that open to the backyard. The doors can be open to allow a breeze to flow through. 

September 11, 2014 11:36 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Michael Bell and Carol Cribbet-Bell’s home was built in 1983 by Charles DeConcini in the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood. Carol claimed one of the rooms as her office and library. 

September 11, 2014 11:36 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Michael Bell and Carol Cribbet-Bell’s home was built in 1983 by Charles DeConcini in the Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood. Michael, a retired landscape architect, now spends his time painting. Other artists who live in the neighborhood will be featured in an art show Friday and Saturday at the S…

September 11, 2014 11:36 am
Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Old Fort Lowell Neighborhood

Dave King says he and his wife, Pat, “wanted something Southwestern, something with a different character.” Their favorite room is the living room, with high ceilings and windows looking out on the courtyard. 

September 11, 2014 11:37 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

Firefighters from the Tucson Fire Department led over 300 law enforcement, firefighters, military personnel and residents in the first 9/11 Tower Challenge at Arizona Stadium early Thursday morning. Participants climbed 2,071 steps to memorialize the first responders who climbed stairs to sa…

September 11, 2014 10:53 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

On a cool Thursday morning about 300 people climbed stairs in Arizona Stadium as part of the first 9/11 Tower Challenge. Participants climbed 2,071 steps to memorialize the first responders who climbed stairs to save people at the World Trade Center. The event was hosted by the Greater Tucso…

September 11, 2014 10:54 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

Over 300 law enforcement, firefighters, military personnel and residents took part in the first 9/11 Tower Challenge at Arizona Stadium early Thursday morning. Participants climbed 2,071 steps to memorialize the first responders who climbed stairs to save people at the World Trade Center. Th…

September 11, 2014 10:56 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

On a cool Thursday morning about 300 people climbed stairs in Arizona Stadium as part of the first 9/11 Tower Challenge. Photo taken: Thursday September 11, 2014

September 11, 2014 10:50 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

Firefighters from the Tucson Fire Department, James Craig, left and Will Brooks gear up before leading members of law enforcement, firefighters, military personnel and residents in the first 9/11 Tower Challenge at Arizona Stadium early Thursday morning. Photo taken: Thursday September 11, 2014

September 11, 2014 10:51 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

John Crosthwaite, 91, from Green Valley, cheers on members of law enforcement, firefighters, military personnel and residents as they take part in the first 9/11 Tower Challenge at Arizona Stadium early Thursday morning. Crosthwaite is a member of the Elk's Lodge #2592 and was on hand to mak…

September 11, 2014 10:49 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

A participant carries the American flag as he gets ready to descend the stairs at Arizona Stadium. Photo taken: Thursday September 11, 2014

September 11, 2014 10:47 am
9/11 Tower Challenge

9/11 Tower Challenge

Captain Anthony Gonzales, of the Tucson Fire Department, takes a moment to catch his breath after doing three of four rounds of the stair climb in his full gear. Gonzales said it was hard to climb the stairs in his gear and it made him reflect on how difficult it was for the first responders…

September 11, 2014 10:46 am
NCAA Tournament: Arizona vs. Wisconsin

NCAA Tournament: Arizona vs. Wisconsin

Arizona Wildcats forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (23) breaks through the defense of Wisconsin Badgers forward Sam Dekker (15) and Wisconsin Badgers forward Frank Kaminsky (44) in the second half at the NCAA West Regionals in Anaheim, Calif., on Saturday, March 29, 2014. Wisconsin won in over…

September 09, 2014 10:45 pm
Tucson rainfall

Tucson rainfall

A woman watches the water flow down the Santa Cruz River from the Congress Street bridge. Tucson Police Department officers taped off a portion of the pedestrian/bike path along the Santa Cruz River that leads underneath Congress Street. Photo taken: Monday September 08, 2014 Photo by: Mamta…

September 08, 2014 8:56 pm
Tucson rainfall

Tucson rainfall

A woman walks her dog on the Congress Street bridge over the Santa Cruz River. Tucson Police Department officers taped off a portion of the pedestrian/bike path along the Santa Cruz River that leads underneath Congress Street. Photo taken: Monday September 08, 2014 Photo by: Mamta Popat / Ar…

September 08, 2014 8:56 pm
Tucson rainfall

Tucson rainfall

Tucson Police Department officers Dean Jackson, right and Charley Foley tape off a portion of the pedestrian/bike path along the Santa Cruz River that leads underneath Congress Street. A monsoon storm that dropped a record amount of rain on Monday. The closing of the path was a precaution du…

September 08, 2014 8:56 pm
Tucson rainfall

Tucson rainfall

Tucson Police Department officers taped off a portion of the pedestrian/bike path along the Santa Cruz River that leads underneath Congress Street. The closing of the path was a precaution due to the risk of the rising water. Photo taken: Monday September 08, 2014 Photo by: Mamta Popat / Ari…

September 08, 2014 8:56 pm
Monsoon flooding

Monsoon flooding

A motorist slows down to take photos of the flooded area near Stratford and Arroyo Chico during a monsoon storm that dropped a record amount of rain on Monday. Photo taken: Monday September 08, 2014 Photo by: Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star

September 08, 2014 1:26 pm
Monsoon flooding

Monsoon flooding

A couple looks at the flowing water in a wash near Stratford and Arroyo Chico during a monsoon storm dropped a record amount of rain on Monday. Photo taken: Monday September 08, 2014 Photo by: Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star

September 08, 2014 1:26 pm
Monsoon flooding

Monsoon flooding

An abandoned car is pushed up against a pedestrian bridge at the intersection of 17th Street and Treat Avenue. A monsoon storm dropped a record amount of rain on Monday. Photo taken: Monday September 08, 2014 Photo by: Mamta Popat / Arizona Daily Star

September 08, 2014 1:26 pm

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