Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne is having a bad week; Phoenix has a high percentage of "disconnected youth"; it's Children's Book Week; all-female band Sister Lip in the studio; previewing the "Faces of Garfield" photo exhibition; saying goodbye to ASU's Packard Stadium; and Did You Know you can experience territorial Arizona.
Continuing problems with the Phoenix VA hospital; the U.S. Department of Education named ASU as one of 55 schools under investigation for handling of sexual assault complaints; Arizona will file a No Child Left Behind waiver; Peoria is looking to beef up an entertainment district; the Heard Museum is curating by visitor vote; mental health advocates are optimistic about service in Arizona; getting involved with Jane's Walk; the Burton Barr Library is showing video art on the walls; the unique Phoenix Indian School; and the latest in the #RubbishSeries.
The Arizona Legislature wraps its regular session; a new law affects the Citizens' Clean Elections Commission; what happens when polygamists become monogamous?; less snowpack means the rivers are down 22 percent; Phoenix makes water plans for the future; we visit a new Hot Corner; the Southwest may still be a destination for college satellite campuses; can Phoenix attract millennials?; a trip to the Queen Creek Olive Mill; and will E.T. surface in the New Mexico desert this weekend?