Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/27

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, the contentious Infrastructure Trust cruises through City Council. Gov. Pat Quinn stands his ground on pension and Medicaid reform. The NATO security perimeter will shut down a portion of Lake Shore Drive and the Stevenson expressway. Dan Webb is appointed special prosecutor in the David Koschman case. Jennifer Hudson testifies that she didn’t want her sister to marry William Balfour, the man charged with killing Hudson’s mother, brother and nephew. And in sports, the Blackhawks’ season ends with a thud: a 4-0 loss to the Coyotes in Game 6 of the playoffs.

Guests:
- Mick Dumke, Chicago Reader
- Pat Milhizer, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 News
- Dave Eanet, WGN News

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

Monday, April 23:
- Special Prosecutor Named in Koschman Case
- Infrastructure Trust Concerns Inspector General
- Aldermen Propose Substitute Trust Ordinance
- Illinois' Pension Fix
- Nobel Peace Laureates In Chicago
- Neighborhood Movie Theater Revival
- Viewer Mail: Quinn's Medicaid Plan

Tuesday, April 24:
- Infrastructure Trust Approved in City Council
- Jennifer Hudson Family Murder Trial
- Jim Kirk Named Sun-Times' Top Editor
- Springfield Legislators Tackle Pensions & Medicaid
- Promising Transplant Trials
- City of Scoundrels
- Ask Alpana
- NATO Security Group to sit down with Business Groups
- Rev. Jesse Jackson to Join NATO Protests

Wednesday, April 25:
- NATO Security Perimeter Leaked
- The State of the Presidential Race
- Notre Dame Tragedy Aftermath
- Consequences of European Austerity
- Chicago Business News
- The Little Red Guard

Thursday, April 26:
- Gov. Quinn on Pension & Medicaid Reforms
- City Council Opposition
- Prison SMART: Yoga Comes to Cook County Jail
- Getting Naked
- Ezra Furman
- "Operation Red Zone"

Friday, April 27:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 4/27-4/29