Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 1/24

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, the Chicago Catholic Archdiocese makes public thousands of clergy sex abuse documents. Chicago Public Schools approve seven new charter schools, despite protests from parents and the Chicago Teachers Union. Republican gubernatorial hopefuls debate the issues, but candidate Bruce Rauner is conspicuous by his absence. McDonald’s reports weaker than expected sales. And in sports, the Bulls take on former longtime teammate Luol Deng and the Cavaliers.

Guests:
- Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 Chicago
- Tom Corfman, Crain’s Chicago Business
- Maudlyne Ihejirika, Chicago Sun-Times
- Mike Mulligan, 670 the Score

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 1/24.

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

Monday, January 20:
GOP Gubernatorial Candidates Field Questions from High Schoolers
Continue The Dream: Remembering Dr. King

Tuesday, January 21:
Priest Sex Abuse Docs Go Public
Metra Talks Perfect Storm and Delays
Opening Statements in NATO 3 Trial
Block Museum Reopens with Blockbuster Artists
Lee Bey
Mikva Students Comment on GOP Candidate Forum

Wednesday, January 22:
Chicago School Board Approves 7 New Charters
John Cullerton
Report: Pension Reform Will Not Fix IL Budget
Tio Hardiman on Run for Governor
Pope Francis Painting
Ask Geoffrey: 1/22

Thursday, January 23:
Web Extra: New Charter Schools vs. Old Neighborhood Schools
Stealing Homes
Boot Camp Labor Put to Use in Community
Chicago Incubator Reinventing the Legal Field
Mavis Staples Biography
People’s Music School Youth Orchestras
Viewer Feedback: Students Question GOP Gubernatorial Candidates

Friday, January 24:
- Web Extra: The Week in Review
- Weekend Events Around Town: 1/24-1/26