Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 3/14

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, the Republican candidates for governor make their final pitches to voters as the Illinois Primary looms. Former Ald. Robert Shaw launches his mayoral bid to unseat Rahm Emanuel. The city announces plans to combat its pothole plague with an expanded road resurfacing program. Single-family home prices in Cook County are trending in the right direction. And in sports, the Colorado Avalanche again smother the Blackhawks to gain ground in the Western Conference.

Guests:
- Mike Flannery, Fox 32 News
- Laura Washington, Chicago Sun-Times
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 3/14.

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

Monday, March 10:
GOP Treasurer Forum
Charitable Contributions by GOP Gubernatorial Candidates
Food Safety
Viewer Feedback: Taxing Retirees
A Chicago Memory from the Writer Who Groucho Marx Called “The Wittiest Man I’ve Ever Known”

Tuesday, March 11:
Public Union Urges Crossover Vote for Dillard
Study: Alzheimer's is Third Leading Cause of Death
Building Up Chicago
Dreaming of an Earthly Paradise

Wednesday, March 12:
Chicago’s Board of Election Commissioners Introduces Electronic Poll Books
Judge Rules on Burge Torture Victims Class Action Suit
Buffett Place
FamilyFarmed.org
Viewer Feedback: Getting Illinois Covered

Thursday, March 13:
GOP Governor Forum
Web Extra Blog: GOP Gov. Post-Forum News Conference
Web Extra Video: GOP Gov. Post-Forum News Conference

Friday, March 14:
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 3/14