Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/8

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, the funeral of 15-year-old shooting victim Hadiya Pendleton draws national attention, with First Lady Michelle Obama, Education Secretary Arne Duncan, and senior White House advisor Valerie Jarrett all expected to attend the service on the South Side. The Chicago Sun-Times reports a plea deal could be on the table for Jesse Jackson Jr., while federal investigators look into his wife Sandi’s finances. Gov. Pat Quinn delivers his fourth state of the state address, calling on lawmakers to pass pension reform. And in sports, Northwestern teams up with the Chicago Cubs to stage Wildcats sporting events at Wrigley Field.

Guests:
Greg Hinz, Crain’s Chicago Business
Melissa Harris, Chicago Tribune
Craig Dellimore, WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM
Jim Litke, AP Sports

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

Monday, February 4:
- Civic Hackers Want You
- Durbin Talks Immigration Reform
- UNO Charter Schools' Insider Deals Questioned
- Oliver Stone
- Shedd Aquarium Implements Energy Conservation Plan
- Ask Geoffrey: 2/4
- Joan Mitchell
- Viewer Mail: Great Lakes Water Levels

Tuesday, February 5:
- Cook County Approves Tighter Gun Control
- Chicago Lyric Opera Actor Injured
- Chicago Murder Toll Continues To Climb
- New Adler President
- Cathy Rigby is Peter Pan
- Punch Brothers

Wednesday, February 6:
- Chicago Still May Not Be Ready for Reform
- State of the State
- Quinn's State of State: Pension Analysis
- A Journalist’s Take on Rwanda’s More Hopeful Face
- John McDonough
- H.C. Westermann
- Chris Kimball

Thursday, February 7:
- When it Comes to Ethics, City Council Wants its Own Set of Rules
- Gov. Pat Quinn
- Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy
- Norma's House of Glass

Friday, February 8:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 2/8 - 2/10