This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Mayor Rahm Emanuel ushers in a new era of ethics reforms in city government. A vicious beating and stabbing in Lakeview brings renewed fear to the city. Former top cop Jody Weis is hired by the Chicago Crime Commission. State workers lose their raises as Gov. Pat Quinn cuts nearly $400 million from the state budget. City Council approves gun ranges in Chicago. Summer travel costs you more as airlines raise rates. And in sports, bypassed Paul Konerko is finally voted an all-star as the Sox struggle to reach .500.