Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 3/21

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, there was record low turnout for the Illinois primary election. State Sen. Kirk Dillard nearly pulls off an upset, but wealthy businessman Bruce Rauner narrowly escapes with the Republican nomination for governor. Jim Oberweis will try again to win a seat on Capitol Hill. Illinois’ jobless rate is trending in the wrong direction. Vacant city lots to go on sale for $1. And in sports, the Blackhawks lose leading scorer Patrick Kane to injury.
- Greg Burns, Chicago Tribune
- Mary Wisniewski, Reuters
- Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News
- Lester Munson, ESPN

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 3/21.

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

Monday, March 17:
Sen. Mark Kirk on Ukraine
Primary Election Preview
Nearly 3,500 17-Year-Olds Register to Vote in Primary Election
Irish Music Elders
Green River

Tuesday, March 18:
Primary Election Winners
Illinois Residents Vote in Primary Election
Legislative Term Limits
Changing the Culture of Spending
Hedy Weiss: Theater Reviews
My Florence: Photographs by Art Shay
U.S. Sled Hockey Team Wins Gold Medal
Viewer Feedback: GOP Governor Forum

Thursday, March 20:
High-Profile Democrats Support Rauner for IL Governor
Reaction to Federal Reserve Chair's Remarks on Economy
IL Supreme Court Strikes Down Eavesdropping Law
Overdosing on Antibiotics
Web Extra: Antibiotic Stewardship Program
Fatal Winter for Waterfowl
Hollywood Photographer
Viewer Feedback: Legislative Term Limits & 39th District Winner

Friday, March 21:
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 3/21