Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 9/5


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, a busy week for Mayor Rahm Emanuel: He greets students on the first day of school, finalizes a contract with the police union, repays the city $14,000, and raises the minimum wage for city contract workers. Gov. Pat Quinn takes the minimum wage challenge, getting by on just $79 for the week. Republican challenger Bruce Rauner takes heat for his membership in a ritzy wine club. Also, Chicagoans remember radio legend Roy Leonard and comedian Joan Rivers. And the Bears prepare for their season opener at Soldier Field against the Bills.

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Lourdes Duarte of WGN News
Tom Corfman of Crain’s Chicago Business
Kate Grossman of the Chicago Sun-Times Editorial Board
Lou Canellis of Fox 32

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Tuesday, Sept 2
Chicago as a Terminal Town
Wallace Kirkland
Crain's Corner
Gubernatorial Campaigns Amp Up
Sen. Dick Durbin on Election, Congress, More
Back to School
DETERIORATING ZUCCHINI PLANT

Wednesday, Sept 3
Ask Geoffrey: 9/3
Jim Oberweis Declines Chicago Tonight Appearance
Limiting the Speed on Illinois Tollways
Ban the Box
BGA Exclusive on Chicago Tonight
Credit Card Security
Examining Police-Involved Shootings
DROOPING SUNFLOWERS

Thursday, Sept 4
Revisiting Chicago’s Only Female Mayor
Lyric Opera Costume Sale
Former Ambassador Talks NATO Summit
Fed Reports Point to US Economy Improving
South Side Serenade
City Announces New Police Contract
Jeanne Nolan Talks Garden Pests, Problems

Friday, Sept 5
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 9/5
US Attorney General, FBI: No Open CPD Investigation
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 9/5
Weekend Events Around Town: 9/5-9/7

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