Play the video above to see these stories on AZ Illustrated Metro for Monday, April 22:
COMBATING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE is among society's more daunting issues, and now the city of Tucson is trying a new approach using a $400,000 grant. The money will be used to set up a domestic violence court, bringing together community outreach organizations, victims’ advocates, law enforcement and the justice system. Fernanda Echavarri reports.
TURN ON THE FAUCET, get water. That's taken for granted in society. But not for 40 percent of the households on the Navajo Nation. Christopher Conover explores the issue.
WATER IS FOR FIGHTING OVER, and that's what Pima County and the town of Marana have been doing for years. Now they have agreed to end a long-standing legal battle regarding ownership and operation of a waste-water treatment plant in Marana. Maria Parham interviews John Bernal, a deputy county administrator, about what it means for the region.
POLITICAL FUND RAISING is a never-ending prospect, as first-quarter 2013 campaign finance reports show. Producer Andrea Kelly takes a look at how Arizona's members of Congress and other candidates are already raising, spending or saving their money for the next political contest, in 2014.