6 killed in Fourth of July parade shooting near Chicago, police say

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Chicago police are still searching for a gunman who opened fire on an Independence Day parade in Highland Park, Ill., killing at least six people and sending hundreds of marchers, parents with strollers and children on bicycles fleeing in terror.

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