Surging Prices For EpiPens Worry Allergy SufferersRecent reports about the skyrocketing cost of EpiPens – injectors used to treat severe allergic reactions or allergy attacks – has the people who rely on them getting worried.
Nurse Returns To Work At Hospital That Saved Her LifeA woman is reunited with doctors and nurses at Advocate Christ Medical Center who saved her life 10 years ago. Now, she's a nurse there.
Joliet Woman Tangles With Rabid Bat In Her KitchenAt first, Sandra Jimenez thought it was a bird. It was no bird. CBS 2's Jim Williams talks with experts about the dangers of rabid bats.
Pregnant Florida Woman Relocates To Illinois Amid Zika ScareOnce Zika started popping up in her zip code, Christina Frigo wasn’t taking any chances. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
New Law Sets Training Standards For Alzheimer's CaregiversGov. Bruce Rauner has signed legislation that sets training standards for those who provide care to people with Alzheimer's disease.
East Chicago Students Make Move To New Building Over Lead ConcernsMonday is the first day of classes for hundreds of students in East Chicago, Indiana, but they won’t be going to their school, due to lead contamination on their campus.
Indiana Lawmaker: East Chicago Lead Problem Mirrors Flint CrisisSaturday, hundreds of residents of the West Calumet Housing Complex showed up to a meeting to find out what happens next.
Walgreens Launches Program For Safe Disposal Of MedicationThere are now 45 sites across Illinois where people can discard of unwanted, unused, or expired prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, and other controlled substances.
West Side Activists Push For Special Tax To Fund Mental Health CenterIt’s not every day that homeowners agree to raise their own property taxes, especially when they’re not affluent, but a large group of West Side residents have done just that to pay for a new mental health facility.
Many Of Chicago's Public Swimming Pools Haven't Been Tested YetCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker reports on possible problems at the sites.
Three Pregnant Women In Illinois Have Zika VirusAs has been widely reported, the Zika virus has been linked to birth defects.
City Seeking Volunteers To Test For Lead While Replacing Water MainsThe city of Chicago is looking for volunteers who want their water tested for lead, but for this testing, don't call the city, the city will call you.

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