Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 6/28

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman at 7:00 pm, the city celebrates the Blackhawks’ second Stanley Cup Championship in four years. Chicago homeowners can expect a school tax hike on their next property tax bill. Lawmakers question a handsome severance deal for Metra’s ousted CEO. Peoria native Ray LaHood steps down as U.S. Transportation Secretary. Republican Illinois Sen. Bill Brady launches his third bid for Illinois governor. And in sports, the Chicago Bulls look to add depth through the NBA draft.

Guests:
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Phil Rogers, NBC-5 Chicago
- Kristen McQueary, Chicago Tribune
- Mike Mulligan, 670 The Score

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 6/28.

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

Monday, June 24:
Web Extra: Remembering Bobby "Blue" Bland
Pension Committee Members
The Supreme Court’s Affirmative Action Ruling
Waukegan Harbor
White Sox, Bulls Partner with Becoming a Man
The Art of Migration
Viewer Feedback: Neighbor Carts

Tuesday, June 25:
Blackhawks Win Stanley Cup
Metra Executive's Departure
Metra CEO’s Severance Package Raises Eyebrows
Key Provision of Voting Rights Act Struck Down
Chicago Business and Industry
I Will Kiss These Walls

Wednesday, June 26:
Blackhawks Parade Details
Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA
Heavy Rains Cause Chicago Area Flooding
Bikes For All
The Astronaut Wives Club
CAVE2

Thursday, June 27:
Chicago Landmarks Commission Meets on Wrigley Renovations
Sen. Bill Brady
Summer Reading Simplified
Optimo Hats
The Lost World of Fossil Lake
Viewer Feedback: Metra CEO's Resignation

Friday, June 28:
- Web Extra: The Week in Review