BISHOP ADDRESSES CHURCH ABUSE: Christopher Conover sits down with Bishop Edward Weisenburger of the Diocese of Tucson to discuss his recent letter in response to ongoing abuse allegations stemming from Pennsylvania. Bishop Weisenburger shares how protocols the church adopted after its own abuse scandal in 2002 have been effective. Arizona 360 also hears from Renee Schafer Horton, who wrote an op-ed for the Arizona Daily Star about ending donations to the church until changes are made to its hierarchal system for making decisions. UA College of Humanities assistant professor Daisy Vargas discusses steps the Catholic church can take to address pressing concerns from its parishioners. CELIS AND GONZALEZ HOMICIDE SUPSECT: The Arizona Daily Star’s Caitlin Schmidt shares what she uncovered about the suspect in the kidnappings and murders of Isabel Celis and Maribel Gonzalez. Schmidt s report detailed a lengthy criminal history for Christopher Clements in multiple states over several years. She and Lorraine Rivera discuss what questions it raises about accountability within law enforcement and government jurisdictions. MOBILE HEALTH CLINIC: Nancy Montoya reports on the Mexican government s efforts to fund mobile health clinics in Tucson and Phoenix that offer services to low-income and Latino communities. POLITICAL ADVERTISING: Arizona 360 gets insight into how campaigns and candidates are utilizing social media, along with more traditional platforms, to reach voters. How are advertising strategies shifting with the emergence of digital platforms? Guest is Assistant Professor Dam Hee Kim with the UA Dept. of Communications.