In between the Bruins games and nice weather, news happened this week — here's what it looked like from the WGBH Newsroom:

· James Edwards reported on what happens when mentally ill children grow into adulthood.

· Phillip Martin rounded up some of the high-profile cases that have thrust U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz into the spotlight while attracting criticism.

· Adam Reilly reported on the future of former state. Rep. Carlos Henriquez, who was released from prison this week after being convicted of assaulting an ex-girlfriend.

· Massachusetts' Speaker of the House, Robert DeLeo, wrote an op/ed outlining how the Beacon Hill, as he sees it, really works.

· The Scrum broke down the recusal of gaming comissioner Stephen Crosby from the Boston-area casino decision.

· And Anne Mostue checked up on the town of Monson's progress after it was hit by a tornado three years ago.

Have a good weekend — we'll see you Monday.