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    What’s next for the investigation into the deadly Highland Park July Fourth parade shooting?

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  • Family of Jayland Walker call for police reform following fatal police shooting

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  • Protests erupt after Akron police release footage of fatal Jayland Walker shooting

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  • How can police prevent shootings at large gatherings?

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  • Biden urges Americans to vote to combat gun violence after deadly July Fourth shooting

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  • Philadelphia's mayor 'waiting for something bad to happen all of the time'

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  • Shooting at Philadelphia July Fourth celebration sends crowd running

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  • Highland Park congressman discusses the fatal July 4th parade shooting

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  • “There is much more work to do”: President Biden speaks on Highland Park Shooting

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  • Highland Park community in shock after fatal shooting at 4th of July parade

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  • Person of interest identified in Illinois parade shooting

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  • Search for gunman continues in Illinois parade shooting

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  • Video from apartment captured shooting at Fourth of July parade in Illinois

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  • Two dead after unrelated drownings in Virginia Beach

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  • At least 6 dead, 24 injured after gunman fires into crowd gathered for July Fourth parade

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  • Jan. 6 committee considers criminal referrals of Trump to Justice Department

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  • July Fourth celebrations canceled in Akron amid protests over fatal police shooting of Jayland Walker

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  • Florida man loses hand in fireworks accident ahead of July Fourth

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  • At least three dead, six injured after multi-vehicle crash in L.A.

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  • Protesters demand justice after bodycam video released shows fatal shooting of Jayland Walker 

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Maryland Apple employees become company's first in U.S. to unionize

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Apple employees in Towson, Maryland, became the company's first in the U.S. to unionize. Out of 110 workers who were eligible to vote, 65 voted yes and 33 voted no. WBAL's Tommie Clark reports.