Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 1/6


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This week on Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Mitt Romney squeaks out a narrow victory in the Iowa caucuses, with Rick Santorum making a surprise second place finish. Gov. Pat Quinn signs into law pension reform in an effort to crack down on double dipping. Mayor Rahm Emanuel says he misspoke last month, and that the tighter security measures he proposes for the NATO/G8 summits would in fact be permanent. Walgreens risks losing hundreds of thousands of pharmacy customers due to rising drug costs. And in sports, the Bears search for a new general manager and offensive coordinator, after the departures of Jerry Angelo and Mike Martz.

Guests:
- Abdon Pallasch, Chicago Sun-Times
- Craig Dellimore, WBBM Newsradio 780 and 105.9FM
- Bruce Japsen, The New York Times
- Sean Jensen, Chicago Sun-Times

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

Tuesday, January 3:
- Iowa Caucuses
- Bears Alumni Club: GM Jerry Angelo Fired
- Illinois Bans Electronics from Landfills
- G8 Protest Fine Hike Permanent
- Chicago's Classic Restaurants
- 50 Years of Sex Education
- Viewer Mail: Maurice Lenell Cookies

Wednesday, January 4:
- Republican Presidential Primary
- Chicago's Richest 1 Percent
- Hiring Begins for Smart Grid Plan
- Pawnshops
- Chicago's Unusual Winter Weather
- Megitza Quartet

Thursday, January 5:
- 2011: The Year in Astronomy
- Snowy Owls in Chicago
- Health Recommendations for 2012
- Oxygen Therapy
- Ask Geoffrey: 1/5
- Marimba Ensemble
- Viewer Mail: Bears 2012 Season

Friday, January 6:
- Weekend Events Around Town (1/6-1/8)

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