Daywatch: Highland Park shooting victims mourned as Vice President Harris calls for assault weapons ban

Good morning, Chicago. The parents of a toddler. A father of eight and grandfather to many. A synagogue employee known for her kindness. A family m...

July 6, 2022
1:32 PM

Good morning, Chicago. The parents of a toddler. A father of eight and grandfather to many. A synagogue employee known for her kindness. A family man who loved the arts. The victims of a mass shooting during the Highland Park Independence Day parade are coming to be identified. Seven people are dead and some two dozen others injured, ranging in age from 8 to 85 years old. On Tuesday, Robert E. 'Bobby' Crimo III, 21, was charged with seven counts of first-degree murder in what Lake County State's Attorney Eric Rinehart called a 'premeditated and calculated attack.

Chicago Tribune Staff