Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/15

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, President Obama singles out the Hadiya Pendleton shooting murder in his call for action on gun control legislation. The City Council stymies Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s proposal for a stricter ethics code. Chicago’s notoriously high gas prices rise again. Illinois the third state to gain approval for online health insurance exchanges. And in sports, injured Bulls star Derrick Rose hints he may not return until next season. 

Guests:
-Mick Dumke, The Reader
-Ilyce Glink, ThinkGlink.com.
-Charles Thomas, ABC 7 News
-Dan McGrath, New York Times

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 02/15.

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

Monday, February 11:
-Pope Benedict XVI Resigns
-New 7th Ward Alderman
-Reports: Jackson Jr. Signs Plea Deal
-Ask Geoffrey: 2/11

Tuesday, February 12:
-Two Suspects Charged in Hadiya Pendleton Murder
-Chicago’s Code of Silence
-Chicago Traffic Among Country’s Worst
-Women in Combat
-Google Email Under Fire in Microsoft’s “Scroogled” Campaign
-Fieldhouse Murals
-Viewer Mail: 2/12

Wednesday, February 13:
-Mayor: Gutting of Ethics Bill ‘Reinforces Cynicism’ of City Council
-Chicago Public Schools to Announce Closings
-Insight into Pope Benedict XVI
-State of the Union
-Chicago Business News: 2/13
-2013’s 100 Most Powerful Chicagoans
-Ladder Up

Thursday, February 14:
-IL Senate Approves Gay Marriage Bill
-Police Superintendent McCarthy on Gun Control
-Racy Billboard Causes Controversy
-A Contemporary Retrial for Mary Todd Lincoln
-Devilishly Good: Rick Bayless Shares Cocktail Recipe for Valentine’s Day
-St. Valentine’s Day Massacre
-Orbert Davis
-Viewer Mail: 2/14

Friday, February 15:
-Weekend Events Around Town: 02/15-17/13
-Web Extra: The Week in Review