Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 1/20

 

This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, a disturbing video of a South Side beating goes viral, and seven teens are arrested in the retaliation attack. Security measures are set for the upcoming NATO/G8 summits. The Chicago City Council agrees to new ward boundaries, but a legal battle looms. Chicago’s business community is hit hard by job cuts at Kraft, Northern Trust, and Takeda Pharmaceuticals; plus Aon is moving its headquarters to London. And in sports, the Blackhawks bury Buffalo, and the Bulls win with C.J. Watson.

Guests:
- Steve Daniels, Crain’s Chicago Business
- Abdon Pallasch, Chicago Sun-Times
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 News
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight‘s web stories from this week:

Monday, January 16:
- Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson
- Blue Monday
- David Bernstein on "Obamaland Redux"
- Brother Outsider: The Life of Bayard Rustin
- Chicago Business News
- Taxi Ordinance
- Viewer Mail: Oxygen Therapy

Tuesday, January 17:
- The Right to Protest
- Jodi Kantor on The Obamas
- Internet Censorship
- Freezing Fat
- Scientific Chicago with Neil Shubin

Wednesday, January 18:
- Chicago City Council News
- Indefinite Detention
- Mental Health Issues Afflict Veterans
- Windy City Winters
- Peter Smith
- Danc(e)volve

Thursday, January 19:
- Chicago Ward Remap
- David Axelrod
- Mulberry Child
- Ask Geoffrey
- Viewer Mail: Internet Censorship

Friday, January 20:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 1/20-1/22