More on the Story: Week in Review (4/25-4/29)

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

Monday, April 25:
- Remembering Bill McCarter
- Howard Reich’s ‘Prisoner of Her Past’

Blagojevich Retrial:
- The Price of Jury Duty
- Jury Selection Continues

Tuesday, April 26:
- Sleep Research
- Losing Money with Groupon
- Police Superintendent Short List

Blagojevich Retrial:
- What Do They Know
- Ring Tones
- Potential Jurors Questioned

Wednesday, April 27:
- Father Pfleger Suspended by Cardinal George
- Royal Wedding Viewing Parties
- Beekeeping in Illinois

Blagojevich Retrial:
- Transition from Jury Foreman to Spectator
- Jury Foreman from First Trial to Blog for Chicago Tonight
- Jury Selection Continues at Tortured Pace
- Sam’s Back!

Thursday, April 28:
- Chicago’s Civil War Graves
- Parishioners Protest Pfleger Suspension
- Chicago Galleries at Art Chicago
- Letter by Robert McClory to Chicago Sun-Times

Blagojevich Retrial:
- Archaic Court System
- Racial Bias Raised In Jury Selection
- For Which I Stand
- Flap Over Juror
- No Jury Today

Friday, April 29:
- Weekend Events Around Town: 4/29-5/1

Blagojevich Retrial:
- The Media

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One Response to “More on the Story: Week in Review (4/25-4/29)”

  1. Margaret Hagerman says:

    April 29 show: Whose idea was it to spend the first six+ minutes of tonight’s show on the president’s birth certificate? I would expect this tripe on cable TV, not your station. It gives me pause when considering renewing my contribution.