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Lollapalooza 2013 | NBC Chicago

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Loop Shooter Was Not Registered to Carry Gun

nbcchicago.com — A recently demoted executive who police said walked into a downtown Chicago office Thursday morning and shot the company's CEO had been with the business for years. Tony DeFrances, 60, of Barrington is listed on ArrowStream's website as the chief technology officer who worked at the company "virtually since its inception."
Aug 01, 2014

Loop office shooter wasn’t registered to carry gun. We'll ask CPD Supt McCarthy about investigation live @ 6AM #NBC5 nbcchi.com/fMHe0ez

ArrowStream CEO Gravely Injured in Office Shooting

nbcchicago.com — ArrowStream Chairman and CEO Steven LaVoie was gravely injured, Thursday, during a shooting at his office in Chicago's Loop. Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy said that LaVoie was shot in the head and the stomach at the ArrowStream Offices at 231 S. LaSalle Street and was transported to Northwestern Memorial Hospital with "grave injuries."
Aug 01, 2014

.@nbcchicago reports in Chicago CEO shooting story that supply chain mgmt firm ArrowStream had been downsizing. bit.ly/1zAiNTm

Aug 01, 2014

RT @nbcchicago: ArrowStream CEO Steven LaVoie remains in critical condition after yesterday's shooting nbcchi.com/BFb2NZj pic.twitter.com/JKRFK0YMd2

Jul 31, 2014

A man critically injured after an employee brings a gun to an high-rise office building in the Loop. Join Rob... fb.me/3l2dr4RgG

Jul 31, 2014

In story on Chicago CEO shooting, @nbcchicago reports that supply chain mgmt firm ArrowStream had been downsizing. bit.ly/1uLTsGY

Afternoon Forecast: A Mixed Bag

nbcchicago.com — Clouds will be on the increase as Thursday goes on with some portions of the area getting some rain.