Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 10/18

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, speed cameras start issuing tickets. A new runway opens at O’Hare and neighbors are up in arms about the noise. Mayor Rahm Emanuel puts the brakes on renaming Stony Island Avenue. The Chicago Housing Authority chief is out after just two years. A new U.S. attorney is confirmed to succeed Patrick Fitzgerald. And in sports, it’s been 10 years since the Bartman Cubs game.

Guests:
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Mary Mitchell, Chicago Sun-Times
- Bruce Dold, Chicago Tribune
- Bruce Levine, ESPN Chicago

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 10/18.

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

Monday, October 14:
Luis Gutierrez
Advancements in Alzheimer’s Research
Rise in Catholic School Enrollment
Steven Van Zandt
Birds of America
Viewer Feedback: 10/14
- Web Extra: Sting’s “The Last Ship”
- Web Extra: 2 U of C Professors Win Nobel Prize in Economics
- An E Street Resident Visits Studio B

Tuesday: October 15:
Debt Limit Clock
Chicago Housing Authority CEO Resigns
Juvenile Detention
Running the Runways
Our Once and Future Planet
- Big Kup of Chicago

Wednesday, October 16:
Chicago Speed Cameras in Action
End of Government Shutdown?
The Future of America’s Retirement Security
Ask Geoffrey: 10/16
Defying "Gravity"
Igudesman & Joo
- Great Scot(t)

Thursday, October 17:
- Lawmakers React to Debt Deal
Debt Ceiling Raised, Government Back To Work
Springfield Veto Session Preview
Petroleum Coke
Miss Manners
Check, Please!: New Season, New Host
Viewer Feedback: O'Hare Runway
- Hemingway's Hamburger Helper

Friday, October 18:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 10/18 – 10/20
- Web Extra: The Week in Review
- "Somm" Kind of Wonderful
- Progressive Aldermen: Panel, Not Just Mayor, Should Find Pension Solution