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  • Ralph Freso / For the Arizona Daily Star

Salpointe’s Megan Flores, left, celebrates with Brianna Aguilar-Beaucage, center, and Yannira Acuna after Flores scored the winning run vs. Su…

  • Ralph Freso

Salpointe's Megan Flores celebrates with teammates after scoring the winning run against Sunrise Mountain on a passed ball during the seventh …

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Dolores A. Flores knew and shared the powers of herbs, roots and plants.

  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Kiyana Higgins is accused of child abuse and first-degree murder.

  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

Keshawna Higgins was the aunt of 22-month old Za’naya Floreswho died after being beaten and starved.

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Chancellor driving change in ‘abusive culture,’ seeks to upgrade staff and programs.

Pima Community College’s newest building has three floors, a legion of laboratory skeletons and a $12.5 million price tag.

  • By Patrick McNamara Arizona Daily Star

The Arizona Supreme Court upheld the conviction of a former border activist sentenced to death for killing a man and his 9-year-old daughter d…

A Tucson family of 12 is in need of a bit of Christmas magic.

  • Carol Ann Alaimo Arizona Daily Star

Pima Community College has taken a small but crucial step forward in its quest to get off probation in two years.

  • Carol Ann Alaimo Arizona Daily Star

Pima Community College has its next chancellor.

  • Carol Ann Alaimo ARIZONA DAILY STAR

An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and i…

  • David Fitzsimmons The Arizona Daily Star

Lonely? Looking for love? I’m Roy Flores, former Pima Community College Chancellor here to put you on the path to romance. Sit back while I di…

  • Carol Ann Alaimo ARIZONA DAILY STAR

Pima Community College may have serious problems in goverance and administration, but they don’t justify putting the troubled school on probat…

  • Cathalena E. Burch Arizona Daily Star

After 17 years, it will move out to make way for CVS drug store.

A 19-year-old Tucson man will be spending the next 10 to 22 years in prison after pleading guilty Wednesday to second-degree murder.

Rosalinda Flores stood before Marcos Angel Silvas Friday and showed him her husband’s urn.