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Update: Lorenzo Davis is not able to join "Chicago Tonight" on Thursday.

Proposal Comes in Wake of Laquan McDonald Case

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The delay in releasing the dash-cam video that shows the fatal shooting of Laquan McDonald has sparked protests for change in Chicago and a new bill in Springfield that would amend the Freedom of Information Act to require law enforcement agencies to prove an exemption is warranted via a court order.

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A horrifying incident unfolded on live television this morning when a reporter and her cameraman were shot and killed by a man reported to be a former colleague. On Chicago Tonight, we'll look at what businesses can and should do to look for and address the potential dangers of a disgruntled employee.

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Did a Chicago police officer unjustifiably kill an unarmed man? Surveillance video and phone transcripts raise new questions as police-involved shootings come under fire.

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Four suspects are in custody for the mass shooting in Chicago's Back of the Yards neighborhood. Paris Schutz has the latest.

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We take a closer look at what happened the night of the Back of the Yards mass park shooting, and examine Chicago's persistent violence, with Felicia Davis, Mayor Rahm Emanuel's deputy chief of staff, and Chicago Tribune reporter Peter Nickeas.

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Memorials, vigils and funerals were held today for some of the victims of the school shooting rampage in Connecticut. We take a closer look.

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In the wake of the Newtown massacre, Gov. Quinn and Mayor Emanuel call for new gun laws in Illinois. Paris Schutz has more on where the law stands, and how it might change.

Trayvon Martin

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We have some of your thoughts about the Trayvon Martin killing when we read some of your Viewer Mail.