The aunt of Za'Naya Flores will be going to trial afterall.
A Tucson woman accused of starving her toddler to death will be tried separately from her sister and mother, who are also charged in the girl's death.
Prosecutors who obtained a first-degree murder indictment against the grandmother of a 21-month-old girl who starved to death made mistakes during their grand jury presentation and must take the case back to a grand jury.
A Tucson woman who faces charges in connection with the starvation death of her niece is being released from jail today and will be staying with her mother, who is also charged with first-degree murder in the case.
A caseworker's notes are so heavily blacked-out and censored that there's no way to tell just what was seen, or wasn't seen, at Za'Naya Flores' home.
It didn't take long for Tucson police to notice something was dreadfully wrong in little Za'Naya Flores' home. But by the time they were called to her house, Za'Naya had died of starvation.
Child Protective Services has released its case records about Za'Naya Flores, the 21-month old Tucson girl who died from malnutrition in January.