Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 2/28

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, Bruce Rauner owns a commanding lead in the Republican race for governor. Chicago wins a major digital manufacturing lab. Sticker shock is coming over heating bills – they could jump as much as $50 next month due to the severely cold winter. Some Chicago Public Schools students are expected to boycott ISAT testing next week. Chicago comedy icon Harold Ramis dies. And in sports, the NHL Stadium Series comes to Soldier Field.

Guests:
- Lin Brehmer, WXRT
- Kristen McQueary, Chicago Tribune Editorial Board
- Roger Crockett, Rocrockett.com
- Mike Mulligan, 670 The Score and the Chicago Tribune

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 2/28.

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

Monday, February 24:
Remembering Harold Ramis
Capture of Joaquín "el Chapo" Guzmán
Gary Mayor Karen Freeman-Wilson
Ukraine’s Revolution
Drill Music
Chicago Architects Lead Chinese Urban Design
Viewer Feedback: ADHD & Same-Sex Marriage

 

Tuesday, February 25:
Reflecting on Harold Ramis's Life & Career
Guzzardi vs. Berrios
Social Media's Role in Fueling Chicago Gang Wars
The Art of Edward Gorey
Gorey Details
Matthew Polenzani

Wednesday, February 26:
Chicago Potholes
President Obama Names Chicago New Research Lab Site
Some CPS Teachers Boycotting ISAT
The Impact of African American Programming on Public Affairs TV
PTSD Service Dog
Ask Geoffrey: 2/26

Thursday, February 27:
Lawsuit Alleges Brutality at Cook County Jail
Police Supt. McCarthy on Crime, Gangs & More
Progressive vs. Flat Tax
Tutoring & Mentoring Show Significant Results for High School Students
Ravinia's 2014 Season
Home Front: Daily Life in the Civil War North
Viewer Feedback: Potholes & Harold Ramis

Friday, February 28:
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 2/28
Weekend Events Around Town: 2/28 - 3/2