Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 10/5

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, Chicagoans react to the first presidential debate. Illinois sells a prison. Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is likely to be out of view until after the election. The U.S. Attorney subpoenas Chicago police disability records. Chicago and the suburbs battle over transit funding as the RTA fights for its life. And in sports, the Bears are going strong as the White Sox collapse. And the Cubs lose 100 games for only the third time in their history.

Guests:
- Cheryl Corley, National Public Radio
- Kate Grossman, Chicago Sun-Times
- Jon Hilkevitch, Chicago Tribune
- Dan McGrath, The New York Times

Watch our panel's web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 10/5.

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

Monday, October 1:
- Indicted Former State Rep’s Campaign Flyer
- City’s Inspector General Releases Roadmap for Savings
- Who Stole the American Dream?
- Chicago's Mother Cabrini Shrine Reopens
- Tony La Russa
- Ask Geoffrey
- Viewer Mail

Tuesday, October 2:
- Former Supreme Court Justice in Chicago
- Supreme Court Preview
- Preventing Colon Cancer
- Free Market Revolution
- "Big Cat" Williams on Bears vs. Cowboys
- Hedy Weiss: Theater Reviews

Wednesday, October 3:
- Exclusive: Absentee Aldermen
- Presidential Debate Preview
- Chicago Radio Icon: Steve Edwards
- Chicago Business News
- Newberry Library Turns 125
- Fall Gardening Tips with Eliza Fournier

Thursday, October 4:
- Presidential Debate Analysis
- MacArthur Genius Grant Recipient
- Never Leave Your Block
- 44 Plays for 44 Presidents
- Eden Place
- Viewer Mail: Ayn Rand's Philosophy

Friday, October 5:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 10/5-10/7
- Web Extra: The Week in Review