On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, Illinois Legislators take up gay marriage, pension reform and mandatory sentencing for illegal gun possession. Mayor Emanuel releases a new city budget. Reverend Al Sharpton rents an apartment on the west side to call attention to the city’s gun violence. McCormick Place loses a major biotech tradeshow. The city sues to get out of its contract with the Park Grill in Millennium Park. And in sports, Derrick Rose is looking stronger than ever in the preseason and the Bears get a week off to recover from two big injuries.
Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight's web stories from this week:
Monday, October 21:
- Rep. Quigley on ACA, Debt Deal & More
- Future of the GOP
- Health Exchange Navigators
- Feeling Stressed?
- "Big Cat" Williams on Bears vs. Redskins
- Viewer Feedback: 10/21
- Web extra: When "The Who" Played Kane County - Part 1
Tuesday, October 22:
- Latest Fall Veto Session News
- David Axelrod
- Dominick’s Exits Chicago
- 1963 Chicago Public School Boycott
- Bill T. Jones
- Elmhurst Art Museum's "Inventory"
- Web extra: Bring the Binoculars:You Might Need a Visual Aid for this Art Show to Come Into Focus
- Web extra: Sen. Kirk Backs Emanuel's Gun Bill
- Web extra: When “The Who” Played Kane County – Part 2
Wednesday, October 23:
- Mayor Emanuel Unveils 2014 Budget
- Chicago Leaders Combat Gun Violence
- Cook County Assessor Named in Bribery Trial
- Head Start Program Uses Environmental Approach to Early Learning
-"The Men Who United the States"
- Building a Better Battery
- Web extra: The Ghost with the Most
Thursday, October 24:
- Wrigley Field Hotel Lawsuit
- José Ramón Cabañas Rodríguez
- "Opening the Vaults: Wonders of the 1893 World’s Fair"
- Stanley Tigerman
- Artist Leo Segedin
- Sir Gilbert Levine
- Viewer Feedback: 2014 City Budget
- Web extra: Source: Cubs Could Buy Rooftops