Brian McNeil was dismissed after governor's office learned of EEOC filing.
Dept. of Administration director was accused of sexual, racial harassment in EEOC filing.
Team will help determine if college gets off probation.
How does $100,000 for a traffic stop compare to $200,000 for sexual harassment and $7.5 million for job retaliation?
Pima Community College lost another campus president Thursday when one accused of hitting on female employees abruptly announced his departure.
A longtime executive at Pima Community College is under investigation over claims that he engaged in “inappropriate behavior” with female employees.
A former Tucson police officer has filed a $2 million claim against the city saying she was a victim of sexual harassment while on the force.
Tanisha Ross-Paige has left the police department and the area, her lawyers said.
Male aide's sexual harassment claim against Dan Rutherford arrived almost on eve of the election.
Pima Community College has taken a small but crucial step forward in its quest to get off probation in two years.
If you've ever lodged a complaint with Pima Community College and felt like it fell into a black hole, there's a very good chance it did, a new report indicates.
Alicia Ott says she was sexually harassed and wrongly fired.
A Tucson fire captain demoted over sexual assault allegations by a former firefighter had his rank restored on Monday.
Pima Community College is poised to choose a new chancellor Friday.
WASHINGTON — A soldier assigned to coordinate a sexual-assault prevention program in Texas is under investigation for “abusive sexual contact” and other alleged misconduct and has been suspended from his duties, the Army announced Tuesday.
The City Council has agreed to pay $125,000 to settle a sexual harassment claim filed by a former Tucson Fire Department paramedic.
An influential group of local business leaders plans to pressure longtime members of Pima Community College’s Governing Board to resign, and is preparing to lead a recall effort if they don’t step down.
Pima Community College has been given two years to fix its pervasive problems or effectively go out of business.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix fire deputy chief has sued the city for sexual harassment after he says he was demoted for complaining about a prank involving genitalia-shaped pasta.
The overseers of Pima Community College, whose ethics and competence have been called into question by the school's accreditor, faced mounting calls for their resignations Friday as college officials maintained PCC's problems are fixable and should not lead to probation.