Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, August 14

On this edition of Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review with Joel Weisman, NBA legend Michael Jordan is suing Dominick's grocery store chain for unauthorized use of his name in a magazine ad. CPS will no longer pay pension pickups for non-union workers. Also, the University of Illinois trustees deny outgoing chancellor Phyllis Wise a $400,000 bonus. In business, Motorola Mobility and Kraft Heinz announce major job cuts. And in sports, the struggling White Sox host the red-hot Cubs in the Crosstown Classic.

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Each week our panel continues the conversation online. In this week’s web extra, we discuss the "100,000 Opportunities Initiative" job fair at McCormick Place and the latest on the Patrick Kane investigation and its potential impact on his endorsement deals.  

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Monday, August 10
CPS' Budget Proposal Calls for Layoffs, $480 Million from Springfield
Budget Stalemate Day 41
Police Mostly Mum On Patrick Kane Investigation
Activists: 62-Year-Old Pipeline Poses Threat to Straits of Mackinac
U. of I. in Spotlight After Chancellor's Resignation, Email Violations
Viewer Feedback: August 10
August 10, 2015 - Full Show
Web exclusive: Carnivorous Plant Discovered Along Chicago Lakefront

Tuesday, August 11
Karen Lewis Grades CPS' Budget Math
Springfield Tries to Get Federal Money Flowing
Residents Sound Off at FAA Public Meetings on O'Hare Noise
Illinois' Decades-Long Pension Debacle
Rare Plants Take Root, Bloom in Chicago This Summer
Chicago's Artistic Voices of the 1950s and '60s Focus of New Exhibition
August 11, 2015 - Full Show

Wednesday, August 12
House Democrats Propose Pension Cost Shift, $200 Million for CPS
Plan to Free Up Federal Money Passes in House
Richard J. Daley's Life, Legacy at Heart of New Website
Crain's Roundup: Kraft Heinz Cuts Workforce, NFL Draft Returns, More
One of Chicago's Worst Intersections Gets Major Makeover
Local Chef’s Book Focuses on Kosher Slow Cooking
The Evocative Paintings of Chicago's Jazz Age Modernist
August 12, 2015 - Full Show
Web exclusive: Perseid Meteor Shower a Great Excuse to Stay Up Late

Thursday, August 13
Should Downstate, Suburban Schools Pay for Their Pensions?
Devaluation in China Leads to Jitters in US, Global Economy
Field Museum Conservation Expert Discusses the Rise in Extinctions
In Michigan, Crisis Looming in the Great Lakes
Theater Group Collaboraction Examines Impact of Chicago Gun Violence
Ask Geoffrey: August 13
Viewer Feedback: August 13
August 13, 2015 - Full Show
Chicago Tonight's Weekly News Quiz

Friday, August 14
Chicago Tonight: The Week in Review, August 14
Web exclusive: Weekend Events Around Town