Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 3/9


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On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, President Barack Obama stuns Chicago by moving the G8 Summit to Camp David in Maryland. Mayor Rahm Emanuel reacts to the snub -- belatedly. With mixed results on Super Tuesday, Illinois becomes a pivotal primary state. Wild weather and deadly tornadoes rock the Midwest. And in sports, the Fighting Illini fire basketball coach Bruce Weber as the Bulls’ Derrick Rose makes his case for back-to-back MVP honors.

Guests:
- Mike Flannery, Fox 32 News
- Tammie Souza, Fox 32 News
- Paul Meincke, ABC-7 News
- Lou Canellis, Fox 32 News

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

Monday, March 5:
- G8 Summit Gets Pulled From Chicago
- Attorney General Eric Holder
- Retooling the Workforce
- Retooling the Workforce: Behind the Scenes
- Viewer Mail: Beavers' Pension Deal

Tuesday, March 6:
- Illinois Supreme Court Candidate Forum
- Web Extra: Illinois Supreme Court Candidate Forum
- Super Tuesday

Wednesday, March 7:
- 8th District Democratic Primary Forum
- Web Extra: 8th District Democratic Primary Forum
- Chicago Business News

Thursday, March 8:
- Mayor Bloomberg Steps Out with Mayor Emanuel: New Initiatives Announced Amid G8 Fallout
- 10th District Democratic Primary Forum
- Web Extra: 10th District Democratic Primary Forum
- Ravinia Festival Lineup

Friday, March 9:
- Chicago Public School Tiers

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