Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 9/12

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: Week in Review with Joel Weisman, a raucous first debate between Gov. Pat Quinn and Bruce Rauner turns nasty. Aldermen move to eliminate their own limited inspector general and replace him with the city’s inspector general Joe Ferguson, but the plan faces an uphill battle. The NFL runs a reverse on the Ray Rice wife abuse controversy as the commissioner is under intense scrutiny. And the Bears seek redemption against the 49ers after Jay Cutler falters and some key starters are injured.

PANEL:
- Charles Thomas of ABC 7 News
- Amanda Vinicky of Illinois Public Radio
- Bruce Dold of The Chicago Tribune
- Fred Mitchell of The Chicago Tribune

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 9/12.

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

Monday, Sept. 8
The Music of William Carey Wright
“Superintelligence”
“Big Cat” Williams on Bears’ First Game
Redefining Retirement
Rauner Unveils Education Plan
TINY TOMATOES

Tuesday, Sept. 9
Eliza Fournier on the Fall Harvest Season
Hedy Weiss: Theater Reviews
Bright Future Chicago Pushes for Universal Preschool
Domestic Violence and the NFL
Quinn, Rauner Face Off During Joint Appearance
TIME TO TIDY UP

Wednesday, Sept. 10
Ask Geoffrey: 9/10
Chicago Sky in WNBA Finals
Starting Up in Chicago Neighborhoods
Respiratory Virus on the Rise
Pension Reform and the Gubernatorial Race
Aldermen Propose Ferguson Police City Council
CROPS TO COME

Thursday, Sept. 11
Viewer Feedback: 9/11
‘From Billions to None’
Evolution of Data Storage
Ken Burns on ‘The Roosevelts: An Intimate History’
Smartphone Market Heats Up
Mesmerizing Music of the Night

Friday, Sept. 12
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 9/12
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 9/12
Weekend Events Around Town: 9/12-9/14