The Week in Review: City Remembers Slain CPD Commander


Chicago reels after highly regarded Chicago Police Commander Paul Bauer is gunned down near the James R. Thompson Center. The suspect, a four-time felon, faces first-degree murder charges and is being held without bond.

House Speaker Michael Madigan comes under fire for dragging his feet in the firing of a longtime aide accused of repeated harassment of a female coworker. Gov. Bruce Rauner’s budget pitch to lawmakers falls flat and foreshadows another protracted budget battle this election year. Meanwhile, a new poll shows Democratic candidate for governor Chris Kennedy is now in second place behind J.B. Pritzker in Cook County.

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And in sports, Anthony Rizzo makes an emotional return home to comfort grieving families at his Florida alma mater.

Guests

Mary Ann Ahern, NBC-5 News
Tahman Bradley, WGN News
Frank Main, Chicago Sun-Times
Dan McGrath, Chicago Tribune

The conversation continues in our web-extra video. This week, Arruza and guests discuss the Parkland, Florida high school shooting and what Chicago schools are doing to prepare for an active shooter.

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