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.
KJZZ's The Show May 9. 2014
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?
What an early fire season means for Arizona; the future of the Metrocenter; problems at the Phoenix VA bring out our Senators; and we'll thumb through the stacks in honor of Record Store Day.
Visiting the graves of some notable Mesa residents, KJZZ's Jude Joffe-Block weighs in on the MCSO racial profiling case, a filmmaker depicts contemporary Native American life, program offers services to suspected sex workers faces backlash, plans unveiled for three Phoenix neighborhoods, arrest raises questions about childcare access in Arizona, two Arizona cities make the list of most dangerous suburbs, twice as many lawsuits filed against Valley resorts and restaurants, Did You Know: Phoenix Air Marker, art exhibit showcases Spanish books and a cowboy music festival takes you back in time.
What went wrong with the Thunderbird School of Global Management, the Phoenix Art Museum's exhibit on Hollywood costumes, the divide between North and South Scottsdale, an archeological site is discovered along the I-10, Sen. Jeff Flake weighs in on the "Cuban Twitter" program, local musician Rafael 'Chapito' Chavarria turns 100, Arizona medical marijuana law is ripe for future legal challenges, the Phoenix Film Festival celebrates 14 years and Did You: Wind Cave.