Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/4

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, Springfield lawmakers tackle Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s pension proposal. The City Clerk’s office is inundated with vehicle damage claims due to the pothole epidemic. President Barack Obama’s fundraising trip to Chicago turns serious as a shooting unfolds at Fort Hood in Texas. House music legend Frankie Knuckles dies at the age of 59. And in sports, the White Sox and Cubs start their seasons with high hopes and dismal weather.

Guests:
- Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News
- Bruce Japsen, Forbes
- Perri Small, WVON-AM
- Paul Sullivan, Chicago Tribune

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 4/4.

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

Monday, March 31:
Lake Michigan Oil Spill
Transit Task Force Recommendations
White Sox Home Opener
Borinqueneers
Jeannie Morris
The Art of Edward Gorey
Viewer Feedback: Quinn's 2015 Budget & College Football Union

Tuesday, April 1:
Mayor Proposes New Pension Plan
David Miliband
Remembering Frankie Knuckles
Howard Brown CEO
Aspire of Illinois
The Real Physics Behind Star Trek

Wednesday, April 2:
Mayor’s New Pension Plan Spreads the Pain
Chicago Aldermen React to Mayor's Pension Plan
Millennials and Money
Ask Geoffrey: 4/2
Seth Goldberg
Viewer Feedback: Borinqueneers, Star Trek, Pensions & Frankie Knuckles

Thursday, April 3:
Potential Property Tax Hike
Pension Reform Bill
Chicago's Gun Violence & Police Misconduct Costs
Affordable Care Act Update
Owl Photographer
Marketing on the Moon
Comedian Jeff Garlin

Friday, April 4:
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 4/4