Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 7/20

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, the Chicago Teachers Union and the School Board both reject an arbitrator’s report. The possibility of a strike looms with the start of school less than a month away. A Chicago Sun-Times investigation uncovers disability benefits abuse by police and firefighters. Former Rod Blagojevich insider Stuart Levine is sentenced to five-and-a-half years in prison for mail fraud and money laundering. The CTA and Metra fast-track plans to modernize their facilities and rail cars. And in sports, the Bears and running back Matt Forte come to terms on a four-year contract extension.

Guests:
- Chris Fusco, Chicago Sun-Times
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Noreen Ahmed-Ullah, Chicago Tribune
- Mike Mulligan, 670 The Score

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

Monday, July 16:
- Latest on CPS, Teachers Union Contract Negotiations
- Becoming A Man
- Tweeting Cab Driver
- Ask Geoffrey
- Viewer Mail: Chicago Clean Energy Project

Tuesday, July 17:
- Emanuel on CTA Improvements & Schools Report
- Fed Chairman Testifies
- Asian Carp: Taste of the Town
- Business Ethics
- A Condition of Doubt

Wednesday, July 18:
- Schools, Teachers Weigh In On Fact Finder's Report
- Austan Goolsbee
- Chicago Business News
- Summer Reading

Thursday, July 19:
- Chicago Public Schools' Budget Under Fire
- Curiosity Speeding Toward Mars
- Chicago's Hot Weather
- American Tapestry
- Frank Lloyd Wright's Early Life & Career
- Blues Camp
- Major Plan to Reduce Chicago's Traffic Congestion

Friday, July 20:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 7/20-7/22
- 3rd Annual Concert for Carlos