Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 8/8


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, Chicago Teacher’s Union President Karen Lewis ramps up for a potential mayoral run. Gun violence continues to plague the Emanuel administration. Bruce Rauner under fire for not fully disclosing his tax returns. Deerfield-based Walgreens decides to stay here, instead of reincorporating overseas to save on taxes. And the Bears kickoff the preseason against the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Frank Main of the Chicago Sun-Times
Laura Washington of the Chicago Sun-Times and ABC 7 News
Greg Hinz of Crain’s Chicago Business
Chris Boden of Comcast Sports News

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

Monday, Aug 4
Viewer Feedback: 8/4
How Old Do You Look?
Future of Tribune Media Company
Building Community Through Sport
Analyzing the Ebola Virus Outbreak
Examining Chicago’s Water Supply
State Rep. Ford Pleads Guilty
A Mother to the Whole Community
TIPS FOR TOMATO PLANT PRUNING

Tuesday, Aug 5
In the Garden with Jeanne Nolan
Local Filmmakers Spotlight Chicago’s ‘Bucket Boys’
Egon Weiner
Tribune Publishing Company’s Rough Start
BGA Exclusive on Chicago Tonight
Previewing the City’s 2015 Budget
IN THE GARDEN WITH JEANNE NOLAN

Wednesday, Aug 6
Ask Geoffrey: 8/6
The Cost of Compromise
Discovery Reveals Life of Ancient Insects
Rosetta Makes Historic Space Travel Feat
City Releases Data on Complaints Against Police
Aldermanic Oversight
MOISTURE BRINGS MUSHROOMS

Thursday, Aug 7
Viewer Feedback: 8/7
A Musical Journey Through the Aurora Borealis
A ’Mockingbird’ Rediscovered
Contract Buyers League
Karen Lewis On Her Political Future
Contract Buyers in Chicago
OUR HARVESTS

Friday, Aug 8
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 8/8
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 8/8
Weekend Events Around Town: 8/8-8/10

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