Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 11/1

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week In Review with Joel Weisman, Jesse Jackson, Jr. reports to prison—twice.  Aldermen push back against Mayor Emanuel’s budget which targets cigarette smokers to help pay for $70 million of police overtime. There is little hope for gay marriage and pension reform votes when lawmakers return to Springfield next week. More trouble for the CTA as some customers charge Ventra is deducting double and triple from cards. And Derrick Rose stumbles in the Bulls season opener after knee surgery sidelined him for a year.

Guests
- Mary Mitchell, Chicago Sun-Times
- David Greising, Reuters
- Cheryl Corley, National Public Radio
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 10/25.

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

Monday, October 28:
- Chicago Fire Department Response Times
- Pulse of Springfield
- Hillary Clinton in Chicago
- Richard Sandor
- Blair Kamin
- Paul Natkin
- Viewer Feedback: 10/28

Tuesday, October 29:
- Ventra Problems
- Jesse Jackson Jr. Reports to Prison—Again
- Henry Paulson
- The Chicago Reporter in the Digital Age
- Chicago's "Rubab" Virtuoso
- John Records Landecker
- Web extra: Pool of Talent

Wednesday, October 30:
- Pension Committee
- IL Health Marketplace
- Flying Horses
- Ask Geoffrey: 10/30
- Unthinkable: Iran, the Bomb and American Strategy
- Web extra: A British Knight's Chicago Sculpture

Thursday, October 31:
- Police Overtime Skyrockets, Crime Goes Down
- Federal Reserve to Continue Stimulus
- Bill Ayers
- Liz Callaway
- Viewer Feedback: Chicago Fire Department Response Times

Friday, November 1:
Web extra: The Week in Review

- Web Extra: Get off the Couch and Go to SOFA
- Web Extra: Chicago Lawyer: Michigan Man Is Owed $25 Million for Finding Bin Laden
Web Extra: Weekend Events Around the Town: 11/1 – 11/3