Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/21
On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, more winter storms rock the Chicago area. The Republican candidates for governor debate in Springfield, while Gov. Pat Quinn refuses to debate Democratic opponent Tio Hardiman. The faculty at University of Illinois at Chicago stages a 2-day strike to demand higher wages. And in sports, Northwestern football players state their case to unionize to the National Labor Relations Board.
Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight's web stories from this week:
Monday, February 17:
- Recommending a Theatrical "Train Wreck"
- Tom Skilling on Chicago Snow
- Cullerton on $3 Billion Budget Hole
- "We Are One Chicago"
- Scientific Chicago with Rabiah Mayas
- Mavis Staples Biography
- Block Museum Reopens with Blockbuster Artists
- Viewer Feedback: UIC Faculty Union Threatens Strike
Wednesday, February 19:
- Writing in Ernest
- NLRB Hearing Underway in NU Football Unionization Attempt
- Analysis of IL Governor Race and State Budget
- Great Lakes Ice
- Steven Chu
- Is Sitting Hazardous to Your Health?
- Ask Geoffrey: 2/19
Thursday, February 20:
- The Jokers Are Wild
- Flood Watch & High Wind Warning
- NIU President
- Great Cities, Great Lakes, Great Basin
- ADHD Does Not Exist
- Calculating Good Life Choices
- Young Sochi Singer
- Viewer Feedback: "Rethinking the War on Drugs" & Scientific Chicago with Rabiah Mayas