Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/18

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, aldermen offer alternatives to a property tax hike. A congestion fee, a commuter tax, and a city casino are all in the mix. Pricey politics in Illinois, with candidates’ war chests bursting. Mayor Rahm Emanuel boasts more than $7 million in his campaign fund, Governor Pat Quinn has almost $9 million, while appellate court judge Sheldon Harris spent five times his salary during his successful campaign. Longtime Deerfield-based drugstore giant Walgreens considers a move to tax-friendly Europe. And the Bulls and Blackhawks return to the playoffs. 

Tom Corfman, Crain’s Chicago Business
Amanda Vinicky, WUIS 91.9
Craig Dellimore, Newsradio 780 and 105.9 FM
- Jim Litke, Associated Press

Watch our panel’s web-exclusive conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 4/18.

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

Monday, April 14:
"The Trials of Muhammad Ali"
El Niño's Impact on Chicago Weather
The Future of Maggie Daley Park
Chicago Pensions and State Outcomes
Chicago's Violent Weekend

Tuesday, April 15:
Chicago Crafted
The President’s Table
Sergeant at Arms Terry Gainer
Heartbleed's Impact
Chicago Pensions and City Council
The State of the Arts
Rauner Wants "Special Deal" for Police, Firefighter Pensions

Wednesday, April 16:
Chef Rick Bayless Ramps Up for Spring
Matt Taibbi on “The Divide”
Rep. Quigley on Ukraine, Minimum Wage & More
Gambling in Chicago
WTTW, CCT to Host On The Table

Thursday, April 17:
"The Sound of Music"
Empty Lots for Sale in Chicago
Organ Transplants
Crain's Corner
Rep. Hultgren on ACA, Common Core & More
Will Taxpayers Foot Bill for Obama Presidential Library?

Friday, April 18:
Weekend Events Around Town: 4/18 - 4/20
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 4/18