Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 3/7

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, the Republican candidates for governor spar over the minimum wage, Illinois' budget woes, and whether it's ethical for Bruce Rauner to pour $6 million of his own money into his campaign. Chicago takes center stage in CNN's new documentary series, Chicagoland. Confusion arises among teachers, parents, and Chicago Public Schools over whether students have the right to opt out of taking state-mandated standardized tests. And in sports, Mayor Rahm Emanuel raises eyebrows with his vision of adding 5,000 seats to Soldier Field.

Guests:
- Walter Jacobson, WGN 720 Radio
- Maudlyne Ihejirika, Chicago Sun-Times
- Tom Corfman, Crain’s Chicago Business
- Lou Canellis, Fox 32 News

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 3/7.

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

Monday, March 3:
Sting on "The Last Ship"
Getting Illinois Covered
U.S. Senate
Concealed Carry Update
Chicago's Polar Plunge

Tuesday, March 4:
Teachers & Parents Boycott ISAT Test
Taxing Retirees?
Former U.S. Ambassador to NATO on Ukraine Crisis
The Sting from Another World
Treasurer

Wednesday, March 5:
Chicagoland: A Tale of Two Cities
GOP Senate Forum
Mayor Proposes Petcoke Ordinance
When Monty Python Put the Squeeze on PBS Pledge
2014 March Primary Elections

Thursday, March 6:
Illinois Lt. Governor Forum
Web Extra: Lt. Gov. Post-Forum News Conference

Friday, March 7:
- Web Extra: The Week in Review: 3/7
Weekend Events Around Town: 3/7 - 3/9
- Three Shows to Brighten Your Daylight Savings Time Weekend
Tax Returns for GOP Gubernatorial Candidates