On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Eddie Arruza, federal investigators target Chicago Public Schools CEO Barbara Byrd-Bennett and her handling of a no-bid contract. City Council tries to put the Jon Burge police torture scandal to rest, establishing a $5.5 million fund for dozens of torture victims. Gov. Bruce Rauner pushes his proposed budget cuts. Robert Blagojevich goes on a media blitz. And a campaign donor sues embattled former Congressman Aaron Schock. And in sports, the Bulls and Blackhawks begin the playoffs.
Life Since "The Homestretch"
America's Test Kitchen
13-Year-Old with Nut Allergies Creates a Documentary
Robert Blagojevich on Fighting for Freedom
One-on-One with Gov. Bruce Rauner
April 13, 2015 - Full Show
Live Music from Lyric’s "Carousel"
The River Bridges of Chicago
Robert Blagojevich on His Brother Rod and The 2010 Trial
Cullerton Reacts to Rauner’s Budget Deal Projections
Reparations Package for Burge Victims
Mayor Emanuel Names Second-Term Transition Team
April 14, 2014 - Full Show
Wednesday, April 15
CPS Under Federal Investigation
An End to Tax Breaks?
Surprising “Dog Flu” Find Generates More Concerns
Playing Games in Chicago
Inside Lincoln’s Funeral Car
Remembering Homaro Cantu
Minimum Wage Workers Protest for Better Pay
April 15, 2014 - Full Show
Thursday, April 16
CPS Facing Federal Investigation, Calls For Bankruptcy
Spike Lee on “Chiraq” Triggers Black-On-Black Violence Debate
Inside Look: The Oprah Collection
Chicago Festival of Music and Movies Grows Up Fast
Viewer Feedback: 4/16
Weekend Events Around Town: 4/17-4/19
April 16, 2015 - Full Show