Arizona running back Ka’Deem Carey (25), celebrating with teammate Terris Jones-Grigsby at the AdvoCare V100 Bowl last week, has carried the ball 743 times with the Wildcats. Many say there’s a limit to how many hits any football player can take.
Newly re-elected Ward 3 City Councilwoman Karin Uhlich, with her partner's nephew, acknowledges the crowd at a Democratic celebration on Tuesday night. The council remains all-Democratic.
Tucson TussleTucson TussleJamey Kogan goes all out to cheer on the Buena High School NERDS (Nifty Engineering Robotics Design Squad) robot in a qualifying match during the 2013 Tucson Tussle robotics competition.
Arizona guard Jordin Mayes tried to get untangled from Utah guard Jarred DuBois in February in Salt Lake City.
Brittany Boyd, right, led Cal in scoring last season and returns as one of the Pac-12 Conference’s top players.
Senior DL Sione Tuihalamaka (91) tied for the UA lead in tackles-for-loss with 11, including one on Utah’s Kelvin York.
Guard Nick Johnson leaps over teammate T.J. McConnell as Johnson takes his turn in the slam dunk contest before the UA’s annual Red-Blue Game at McKale Center. Freshman Aaron Gordon was the winner of the dunk contest.
Special makeup effects artist Francisco Guerra applies a bite wound to Cat Reynolds during the filming of “The Z.”
Mark Brown falls into the arms — and teeth — of Tamara Mack, one of the predatory creatures hunting humans, during the filming for the movie “The Z,” a zombie movie from Tucson-based Medrosa Film Productions.
Special makeup effects artist Francisco Guerra makes some minute adjustments to the application simulating the wound from A biting attack on Mark Brown. No actual zombies attacked by humans during the filming of the movie “The Z.”
This movie has a leg up: Various extra parts — body parts — ready for the movie “The Z.”
Special make-up effects artist Francisco Guerra and Clay Frey, executive producer of the movie “The Z,” pick up the pieces of their victim as the night’s filming wraps.
Cinematographer James Arnett, left, and director Scott Kenyon Barker review the video of a scene during the filming of the locally produced horror movie “The Z.”
Cinematographer James Arnett lines up a shot while shooting horror movie “The Z.”
Actor and fight choreographer Robert Linden limbers up while going over lines with actress Cat Reynolds before shooting scenes of the locally produced horror move “The Z.”
Mountain Vista Fire District personnel resort to a little muscle to try to dislodge the pepper tree that crashed into the home on North Eagle Dancer Drive during a violent storm that moved through the area, Thursday, August 22, 2013. "I thought it was a tornado," said Joseph Sawicki who was …