Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 3/30

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, Mayor Rahm Emanuel pushes for a new runway at O’Hare International Airport, part of a $7 billion infrastructure plan. The Mayor and Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy tout an improved gang strategy amid a rash of violence and shootings. The upcoming NATO summit could impact commuters as the Secret Service considers closing rail lines below McCormick Place. Chicago Public School students will be in class 10 more days next year, including Columbus and Pulaski holidays. The Supreme Court considers the constitutionality of President Obama’s health care law. And in sports, Illinois finally names John Groce its new men’s basketball coach.

Guests:
- Frank Main, Chicago Sun-Times
- Bruce Japsen, New York Times
- Laura Washington, Chicago Sun-Times & ABC-7 News
- Dan McGrath, New York Times

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

Monday, March 26:
- Health Care Reform
- When She Chose Life: Web-Exclusive Video
- Emanuel & McCarthy Claim Progress in Fighting Gang Violence
- Bookman's Alley
- ChicagoSide Sports
- Ask Geoffrey
- Photographing Endangered Species
- Viewer Mail: Chicago Violence & NATO

Tuesday, March 27:
- Suicide Crisis in Lake Forest
- Chicago’s Social Media Savvy
- Rumbling Robots: FIRST Robotics Competition in Chicago
- Going Solo
- Ask Alpana

Wednesday, March 28:
- Fireworks at School Board Meeting
- Final Day of Supreme Court Health Care Hearing
- Mexico City’s Bus Rapid Transit System
- Chicago Business News
- A Milestone for Mexican Art Museum
- Windy City Rollers

Thursday, March 29:
- Emanuel Announces $7 Billion Infrastructure Plan: One-on-One Interview
- Chicago Explores Bus Rapid Transit
- Ivo Daalder: U.S. Ambassador to NATO
- Values-Based Leadership
- Fela! in Chicago
- Viewer Mail: Health Care Law

Friday, March 30:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 3/30 - 4/1