Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 1/13

This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Bill Daley steps down as President Barack Obama’s Chief of Staff. Mitt Romney wins again in New Hampshire. Gov. Pat Quinn says pension reform will happen on his watch this year. Security measures for the upcoming NATO/G-8 Summits could mean headaches if you’re trying to work, dine, or shop in the Loop. Chicago public libraries go dark on Mondays; proposals to re-open them spark debate between aldermen and unions. Walgreens lures customers with sushi and wine. And in sports, three Blackhawks are named to the 2012 NHL All-Star roster.

- Mick Dumke, Chicago Reader
- Kristen McQueary, Chicago News Cooperative and WBEZ
- Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News

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

Monday, January 9:
- Bill Daley Resigns
- Library Hours
- Chicago Business News
- Old Town School of Folk Music
- Idina Menzel

Tuesday, January 10:
- Reaction to Bill Daley Stepping Down
- High-Rise Fire Safety
- County Security
- Charlie Trotter Closing Chicago Restaurant
- Best Practices: How Asperger’s Changed a Marriage
- H.C. Westermann

Wednesday, January 11:
- Presidential Politics
- Stephanie Zimmermann on E-Mail Scams
- Job Retraining Program
- 2011: The Year in Astronomy
- MWF Seeking BFF
- Artist Tom Gianni

Thursday, January 12:
- Latest on Chicago Weather
- Doomsday Clock
- Words of the Year
- Ask Geoffrey
- Glessner House
- David Pasquesi
- Viewer Mail: Library Hours

Friday, January 13:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 1/13 - 1/15