Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 1/9

On this week's edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, dangerously cold weather grips Chicago, prompting widespread school closings. The University of Chicago sheds light on its Obama Presidential Library bid. Republican Governor-elect Bruce Rauner prepares to take the oath of office Monday, as Gov. Pat Quinn wraps up six years in office. And in sports, the Chicago Bears hire 37-year-old Ryan Pace, making him the youngest general manager in the NFL.

Panel
Craig Dellimore, Newsradio 780 AM and 105.9 FM
Bruce Dold, The Chicago Tribune
Maudlyne Ihejirika, Chicago Sun-Times
Danny Ecker, Crain’s Chicago Business

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 1/9.

Monday, Jan. 5
Viewer Feedback: 1/5
Investing for 2015
Flu Vaccine Falling Short
Illinois' Budget Realities
Bitter Cold, Snow for Chicago Area

Tuesday, Jan. 6
Military Trailblazer: Col. (Ret.) Jill Morgenthaler
Mike Leonard is Back
‘David Bowie Is’
Treasurer Mike Frerichs
CPS IG Says School Employees Stole Nearly $900,000
Final Week for Quinn
Remembering Mario Cuomo
January 06, 2015 - Full Show

Wednesday, Jan. 7
Chicago Area Spirits on the Rise
Ask Geoffrey: 1/7
Ice Ribbon Zamboni
Ironing Out Medical Marijuana Details
Obama Library Plot Thickens
CPS Cancels Classes for Second Day
January 07, 2015 - Full Show

Thursday, Jan. 8
Viewer Feedback: 1/8
‘The City Lost and Found’
Mayoral Candidate Willie Wilson
The Great Pension Debate
Founding Editor of “The Onion” on Paris Terror Attacks
Should Schools Close on Cold Days?
IL House Passes Special Election Bill
IL Senate Passes Special Election Bill
Springfield Special Session
January 08, 2015 - Full Show
Weekend Events Around Town: 1/9-1/11

Friday, Jan. 9
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 1/9
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 1/9