Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/14

 

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman at 7:00 pm, lawmakers are ready for a special legislative session to try to solve the pension reform impasse. Former White House Chief of Staff Bill Daley explores a run for Illinois governor. Cook Country Board President Toni Preckwinkle announces she will seek a second term, trying to put to rest speculation she would run for mayor of Chicago. A New York Times article chronicles Chicago’s declining murder rate, and the effectiveness of Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s hot zone policing initiative. A cab fare hike could be coming to Chicago for the first time in eight years. And in sports, the Blackhawks deliver a Game 1 Stanley Cup Final thriller. Andrew Shaw’s triple-overtime goal sparks euphoria at the United Center, where the Hawks and Bruins will meet again Saturday night.

Guests:
- Craig Dellimore, WBBM Newsradio
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Perri Small, WVON
- Lester Munson, ESPN

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/14.

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

Monday, June 10:
- Quinn, Madigan and Cullerton Meet on Pensions
- Barbara Byrd-Bennett on Five-Year Plan
- Pat Foley on Stanley Cup Finals

Tuesday, June 11:
- Bill Daley Explores Run for IL Governor
- Karen Lewis
- "Fractured: North Dakota's Oil Boom"

Wednesday, June 12:
- City Braces for Unseasonable Storms, Hail
- Cross: Politics Stalling Pension Reform
- Dan Rutherford
- Jonathan Alter
- Teacher Mentoring
- Virginia Woolf at the Steppenwolf

Thursday, June 13:
- Hillary Clinton in Chicago
- Anita Alvarez on Street Gang Takedown
- Supreme Court Rules Against Human Gene Patent
- The Reagan Presidency
- Sand Man
- "Laugh" It Up
- Viewer Feedback: Karen Lewis

Friday, June 14:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 6/14-6/16
- Web Extra: The Week in Review