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'Evil doesn't win:' Lives honored in Highland Park one year after parade mass shooting

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Residents of Highland Park, Illinois will remember seven people who were killed when a gunman opened fire during the city's Fourth of July parade one year ago. NBC News' Jesse Kirsch reports about the Fourth of July march the city has planned and comments from Highland Park Mayor Nancy Rotering.