Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 10/10


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman; Karen Lewis’ illness adds a major twist to the mayor’s race. Chicago's O'Hare airport will test incoming passengers for Ebola. A Chicago police captain is seriously wounded in an Englewood shoot-out. Hammond police are sued for using excessive force during a traffic stop. And the Bears are bitten by the Panthers and head for Atlanta. 

Panel:
Kristen McQueary of the Chicago Tribune editorial board
Chicago Sun-Times columnist Laura Washington
John McCarron, a contributing columnist at the Chicago Tribune
Dan McGrath sports columnist for the Chicago Sun-Times

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Watch our panel’s web extra conversation in Web Extra: The Week in Review: 10/10.

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

Monday, Oct. 6
Viewer Feedback: 10/6

“Big Cat” Williams on Bears vs. Panthers
Bison to Return to the Prairie State
Blair Kamin on El Centro, ‘God Box’
US Supreme Court Clears Way For Same-Sex Marriage
Great Chicago Fire Struggles to Stay Lit

Tuesday, Oct. 7
Hedy Weiss: Theater Reviews

Steven Salaita Speaks Out
CPS Helps Dropouts Finish High School
Is There an Ideal Age to Die?
Analyzing the Illiana Expressway
Chicagoans to Vote on Ballot Questions

Wednesday, Oct. 8
The Evolution of River North Dance

Ask Geoffrey: 10/8
A Closer Look at CPS Options Schools
Nik Wallenda to Walk Tightrope in Chicago
Spread of Ebola Leads to More Precautions
Karen Lewis Has Emergency Surgery

Thursday, Oct. 9
Viewer Feedback: 10/9

Exploring Chicago’s Dirt Jumps
A Museum Looks Back to the Future
Area Hospitals Penalized for High Readmission Rates
Metra Proposes Rate Hike
Income Disparity
CTU Provides Update on Karen Lewis’ Health
Weekend Events Around Town: 10/10-10/12

Friday, Oct. 10
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 10/10

Web Extra: The Week in Review: 10/10

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