Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/20

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, we take a look at Gov. Pat Quinn’s proposed Medicaid makeover. Two big-ticket items on Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s agenda are fixing Chicago’s crumbling infrastructure and installing speed cameras near schools and parks. And who would pay for a Fenway Park-style renovation to Wrigley Field? Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is in Springfield to boast about the Badger State’s business climate. And in sports, it was the hit heard ‘round the league, as Raffi Torres is suspended for his vicious hit on Marian Hossa.

Guests:
- Steve Daniels, Crain's Chicago Business
- Kristen McQueary, Chicago Tribune
- Derrick Blakely, CBS News Chicago
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

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

Monday, April 16:
- Finance Committee OKs Infrastructure Trust 
- Sen. Kirk's Health
- Cognitive Overlap: Humans & Apes
- Ask Geoffrey
- Emerald Ash Borer
- Viewer Mail: The Buffet Rule

Tuesday, April 17:
- Aldermen Divided On Infrastructure Trust
- Revised Infrastructure Trust Vote
- Parking Garage Privatization
- Touch Technology
- Zoe Damacela
- Lin Brehmer's 20th Anniversary at WXRT
- Hedy Weiss: Theater Reviews
- Trains On Track For NATO Summit 
- Private NATO Donations In Hand

Wednesday, April 18:
- Mayor Emanuel Defers Infrastructure Trust Vote
- Wrigley Renovations
- Blood Test Can Diagnose Teen Depression
- Chicago Business News
- Political Cartoonists
- Mind of a Chimpanzee

Thursday, April 19:
- Quinn Plans Sweeping Medicaid Cuts
- Latest on Infrastructure Trust Delay
- Eagles Nesting in Cook County
- Mary Schmich
- Simon Callow on Being Shakespeare
- Viewer Mail: Illinois Pension Reform

Friday, April 20:
- Weekend Events Around Town