Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 7/25

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, thousands of red light camera violations up for review following a mysterious spike in tickets at certain intersections, added pressure on the trucking industry to implement an electronic logging system after another deadly accident on Interstate 55 and republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner is calling for a personal income tax rollback to 3 percent over 4 years. That and more on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review.

PANEL
John McCarron of the Chicago Tribune
Tom Corfman of Crain’s Chicago Business
Kristen McQueary of the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board
Lester Munson of ESPN

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 7/25.

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

Monday, July 21
-Viewer Feedback: 7/21
-The Business of Beer
-No More Microbeads
-Jeanne Nolan Talks Garden Tips
-Suspicious Spikes in Red Light Tickets
-Fate of Term Limits Initiative
-Hebru Brantley Statues Vandalized
-“Emotionally, I feel…”

Tuesday, July 22
-University Offers Video Game Scholarships
-J.C. Brooks "Howls" at Chicago's Music Scene
-The Failure of Mandated Disclosure
-President Obama Signs LGBT Non-Discrimination Order
-AbbVie Acquires Shire, Tax Breaks
-Examining Illinois’ Unemployment Numbers
-Picking Peppers, Eggplants

Wednesday, July 23
- Ask Geoffrey: 7/23
-Chicago Housing Market's Road to Recovery
-Turning Trees into Art
-New Study Questions Success of Niacin
-Update on Malaysian Plane Crash in Ukraine
-CPS Board to Vote on Budget
-Battling Bugs

Thursday, July 24
-Viewer Feedback: 7/24
-Illinois Teens Destined for Broadway
-Hollywood Photographer
-Beach Bacteria
-Toni Preckwinkle and the future of Cook County
-Riverfront Development
-Baby Beets

Friday, July 25
-Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 7/25
-Web Extra: The Week in Review: 7/25
-Weekend Events Around Town: 7/25-7/27