Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/10

Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review at 7:00 pm
On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, the controversial speed camera plan becomes law, with Mayor Rahm Emanuel touting its child safety benefits, while opponents decry it as a money-making venture for the city. The vehicle city sticker becomes a hot-button issue when the 2012 winning artwork is scrapped amid concerns it may depict gang signs. ThyssenKrupp becomes embroiled in allegations of workplace discrimination. Groupon’s earnings report disappoints. And in sports, Derrick Rose plays through back spasms as the Bulls extend their winning streak to four games.

Guests:
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 News
- Mick Dumke, Chicago Reader
- Lisa Leiter, Crain’s Chicago Business
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

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

Monday, February 6:
- Emanuel Gets Red-Light Cameras
- Alzheimer's Research
- Brookfield Zoo Science Fair
- Boxer Mike Lee
- Ask Geoffrey
- Viewer Mail: Gov. Pat Quinn

Tuesday, February 7:
- Quinn's Proposed Budget Cuts
- State of Economy
- Disinfecting the River
- Chicago Law Schools Sued
- Julie Frost
- City-County Collaboration Saves $20.5 Million

Wednesday, February 8:
- ThyssenKrupp Controversy
- National Political Roundtable
- Mayo Clinic's Heart Health Tips
- Mysterious Murder of Lazarus Averbuch
- Hedy Weiss: Theater Reviews

Thursday, February 9:
- Unplugged
- Cook County Hearing on Immigration
- Turnaround Schools Progress Report
- Chicago Business News
- Bald Eagles Jeopardize Gun Range
- Joffrey Ballet
- Sculptor Marion Perkins
- Viewer Mail: Navy Pier Redesign

Friday, February 10:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 2/10 – 2/12