Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 9/13

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, Mayor Rahm Emanuel apologizes for the Jon Burge police torture era. Gov. Pat Quinn halts the costly and controversial state capitol facelift. Ald. Dick Mell leaves City Council after 38 colorful years. Stony Island Avenue will be renamed for influential Bishop Arthur Brazier. The governor race primaries heat up. CTA slashes jobs as the Ventra card hits the streets. And in sports, the Bears await the Vikings after stunning the Bengals. 

- Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News
- Mary Wisniewski, Reuters
- John McCarron, Chicago Tribune
- Matt Spiegel, 670 The Score

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 9/13.

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

Monday, September 9:
CTA Launches Ventra
Jim Durkin
"Big Cat" Williams on Bears vs. Bengals
Intelligent Governance for the 21st Century
Chicago’s Growing Tech Incubator Scene
Viewer Feedback: Minneapolis Mayor

Tuesday, September 10:
President Obama to Address Nation on Syria
Riverbank Restoration
Chicago's Newest Harbor
The World's Most Valuable Book
Wheelchair Basketball

Wednesday, September 11:
Chicago City Council News
Aftermath of President Obama's Address on Syria
Decorated 9/11 Survivor
Childhood Obesity
Couponing Goes Mobile
Abstract Painter Morris Barazani

Thursday, September 12:
Russian President Makes "Plea for Caution" in Syria
New Mammal on Display at Field Museum
DePaul Theatre School
10 Billion
Maria Doyle Kennedy
Viewer Feedback: Riverbank Restoration

Friday, September 13:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 9/13 – 9/15
- Web Extra: The Week in Review