Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 12/7

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, former Mayor Daley's nephew is indicted for involuntary manslaughter. Sen. Donne Trotter faces felony gun charges. A massive command shakeup at the Chicago Police Department to fight gang crime. Driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants advances. And in sports, Brian Urlacher is on the injured list, and a suburban high school may not be able to play their Sudanese basketball players.

Guests:
- Chris Fusco, Chicago Sun-Times
- Cheryl Corley, NPR
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 News
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 12/7.

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

Monday, December 3:
- Daley Nephew Charged in Koschman Death
- "Big Cat" Williams on Bears vs. Seahawks
- Web Extra: "Big Cat" on NFL Tragedy & More

Tuesday, December 4:
- Digital Billboard Plan
- Cook County Pension Reform
- Week 2 of Springfield Veto Session
- IL Senate Approves Bill Allowing Driver's Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

Wednesday, December 5:
- Pension Reform in Springfield
- Cook County Board President Preckwinkle
- Of Gods and Glamour

Thursday, December 6:
- American Graduate Special
- Web Extra: American Graduate Special
- Behind-the-Scenes of American Graduate Special
- The Faces Behind Chicago’s High School Dropout Crisis
- Truancy: Chicago’s Missing Student Problem
- Educators on the Challenge of Teaching At-Risk Kids
- OneGoal Sets High Bar for Low-Income Students
- Big Picture: Ways to Unravel Chicago’s High School Dropout Epidemic

Friday, December 7:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 12/7-12/9
- Web Extra: The Week in Review