On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, all eyes are on the Illinois presidential primary as GOP frontrunners canvass Chicago. Rod Blagojevich bids final freedom farewell amid a media frenzy before turning himself over to federal prison officials in Colorado. A top mayoral ally could cash in big on new speed cameras. And in sports, the Bulls singe the Heat without Derrick Rose, and the Bears reel in talented but troubled wide receiver, Brandon Marshall.
Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight‘s web stories from this week:
Tuesday, March 13:
- Speed-Camera Plan
- 2nd District Democratic Candidate Debbie Halvorson
- "Figurism" at the Chicago Gallery
Friday, March 15:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 3/16-3/18