Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 5/30

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, Springfield lawmakers battle over the state budget before the session adjourns Saturday. Toni Preckwinkle’s Cook County pension reform bill hits a Republican road block. The City Council passes ride-share regulations. Chicago-based Hillshire Brands now has two suitors. And the Blackhawks’ quest to repeat as Stanley Cup champions continues, thanks to a double overtime goal by Michal Handzus.

-Bruce Dold of the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board
-Robert Jordan of WGN News
-Mary Wisniewski of Reuters
-Matt Spiegel of WSCR 670 The Score

Watch the panel’s web-exclusive conversation in "More on the Web: The Week in Review: 5/30."

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

Tuesday, May 27:
-Second City’s Bob Curry Fellowship
-Diving for Bones
-New Illinois GOP Chairman
-Proposed Lucas Museum Site Raises Concern
-Cubs Unveil Latest Wrigley Designs
-Springfield News with Dave McKinney

Wednesday, May 28:
-Chris Lemmon, New Show hit Chicago
-Repurposing Flowers
-Ask Geoffrey: 5/28
-Remembering Poet, Author Maya Angelou
-Zach Fardon Takes on Gang Violence
-Minimum Wage, Guns Top City Council Agenda
-Cardinal George to be Deposed in McCormack Case

Thursday, May 29:
-A Stroke at 30
-Tarell Alvin McCraney
-Crain's Corner
-Former NTSB Head Deborah Hersman Visits
-Ending the Gender Bias in Research
-Cardinal George Gives Video Deposition
-Viewer Feedback: 5/29

Friday, May 30:
-Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 5/30
-Weekend Events Around Town: 5/30 - 6/1
-More on the Web: The Week in Review: 5/30