Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/7

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, the polar vortex rears its ugly head once again, sending Chicago into another deep freeze following a snowstorm. After little discussion or opposition, the City Council approves a plan to go almost $2 billion deeper in debt. Ald. Ed Burke (14th) puts his weight behind a proposal to phase out downtown horse-drawn carriage rides. State Treasurer Dan Rutherford blames fellow GOP gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner for the mysterious allegations being leveled at Rutherford. Gov. Pat  Quinn will deliver his state budget address at the end of March, five weeks later than previously planned. And in sports, the start of the Sochi Olympics is marred by unfinished hotel rooms, stray dogs wandering, and security concerns.

Guests:
- Bruce Dold, Chicago Tribune
- Cheryl Scott, NBC-5 Meteorologist
- Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News
- Ed Sherman, ShermanReport.com & Chicago Tribune

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 2/7.

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

Monday, February 3:
Seal on Koschman Death Report Lifted
GOP Gubernatorial Candidates React to Explosive Allegations
Preckwinkle’s Major Renovation Projects for 2014
Chiropractic Neck Manipulations
The NextGen of Chicago Tech Startups
Chicago's Housing Market
Fred Rogers, Artist (and Superhero)
Viewer Feedback: Vanecko-Koschman Case

Tuesday, February 4:
Report Released on Koschman Death
Chicago River Bacteria
Dennis Hastert
Stock Market
Elder Portraits
A Hollywood Alternative

Wednesday, February 5:
CVS Stores to Stop Selling Cigarettes
U of C Law Professor on NSA Reforms
Ask Geoffrey: 2/5
Love Story
Nathan Gunn

Thursday, February 6:
Bond Borrowing
The Future of Ford
Lathrop Homes Redevelopment
Art in Motion
Beatles 50th Anniversary
Let It Beatles
Viewer Feedback: Chiropractic Neck Manipulations

Friday, February 7:
Web Extra: The Week in Review
- Weekend Events Around Town: 2/7-2/9
- NATO 3 Acquitted of Terrorism