On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, Mayor Rahm Emanuel tweaks his longer school day plan by 30 minutes, aldermen demand more details on the $7 billion infrastructure trust, and the speed camera plan cruises to a full City Council vote. Two-and-a-half months after Sen. Mark Kirk suffered a stroke, his condition is veiled in secrecy. With Rick Santorum out of the presidential race, attention turns to Mitt Romney’s potential running mate. And in sports, the Blackhawks battle Phoenix in round one of the playoffs, and Ozzie Guillen sparks a firestorm in Miami with his Fidel Castro comments.
Here is a roundup of Chicago Tonight‘s web stories from this week:
Wednesday, April 11:
- Committee Hearing on Speed Cameras
- Infrastructure Trust Vote
- Aldermen Push Back Over Infrastructure Trust
- Mayor's Infrastructure Trust Faces Aldermanic Opposition
- New Wall Street Regulation?
- Chicago Business News
- Buddy Guy
- Sausage Making