Epilepsy On The Rise Across The U.S.
A new report on epilepsy shows the number of people living with the brain disorder is at an all-time high in the United States. The CDC attributes the rise to population growth.

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Epilepsy On The Rise Across The U.S.A new report on epilepsy shows the number of people living with the brain disorder is at an all-time high in the United States. The CDC attributes the rise to population growth.
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CPD Honors Officer's Brother Who Saved His LifeDennis Boyd saved the life of his twin brother, Stephen, when he was shot during a 2016 robbery.
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Skimming Devices Found On ATMs Across ChicagoSkimming devices used to capture credit or debit card information have been found on about a dozen ATMs across Chicago in the last two months. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
CPD Honors Officer's Brother Who Saved His LifeDennis Boyd saved the life of his twin brother, Stephen, when he was shot during a 2016 robbery.
Service Club Of ChicagoThe Service Club of Chicago, the oldest all women's philanthropic organization in the city, has been donating millions of dollars for 127 years. Two long-time members visit CBS 2 to talk about their upcoming fundraiser.

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