Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/3


On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, Joel Weisman and his guests discuss the news of the week. In the final days of the mayoral runoff campaigns, what are the candidates' last-minute ads and strategies? How will new homicide and shooting statistics play in the election on Tuesday? And will aldermanic runoffs in 18 wards affect turnout? Indiana's Religious Freedom law continues to be controversial. A Cook County judge rules that Ernie Banks' will should stand -- all assets will go to his longtime caregiver. And in sports, Wrigley Field will be ready as baseball season is set to open.

Panel
Charles Thomas, ABC-7 News
Jim Litke, Associated Press
Natasha Korecki, Chicago Sun-Times
Pat Milhizer, Chicago Daily Law Bulletin

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Monday, March 30
Viewer Feedback: 3/30
The School Project: Testing Season
The First Lady of the Black Press
Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies
Emanuel Foe Faces Runoff Rematch
Indiana's Religious Freedom Law
Duckworth Announces 2016 Senate Run
March 30, 2015 - Full Show

Tuesday, March 31
Chicago Tonight's Mayoral Runoff Forum
Mayoral Runoff Candidate Post-Forum News Conference

Wednesday, April 1
Viewer Feedback: 4/1
Rare Plant Painter
World of Weird Words
Nuclear Sub Cooks Get High-End Chef Tips
Neighborhood Issues May Fuel Uptown Race
Lawmakers on 2016 Budget Negotiations
García on Spiking Crime Numbers
April 1, 2015 - Full Show

Thursday, April 2
Soprano Deborah Voigt
The World Responds to Lincoln
The Quiet Revolution in American Healthcare
Walking Again
McDonald's Boosts Wages, Buffett Buys Kraft
Mayoral Campaign Trail Heats Up
Weekend Events Around Town: 4/3-4/5
April 2, 2015 - Full Show

Friday, April 3
Web Extra: The Week in Review: 4/3
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review: 4/3

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