New Technology, Experimental Drugs Show Promise In Fight Against Flu
There's new hope to fight the flu. More than 60 children have died from the flu this year, and 1 in 13 doctor visits last week was for flu-like symptoms, but new drugs and technology might make a flu outbreak like this one a thing of the past. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.

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Did FBI Miss Warnings About Florida School Shooter?The deadly mass shooting in Florida is leading to questions about whether the FBI missed a warning. Nikolas Cruz posted disturbing images on social media, and might have posted a YouTube comment saying he was going to become a "professional school shooter." CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.

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Deadly Flu Season Might Not Have Peaked YetThis flu season is already one of the worst on record and may not reach its peak for several more weeks to come. CBS Medical Correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook answers some questions about this year's deadly flu outbreak.
New Technology, Experimental Drugs Show Promise In Fight Against FluThere's new hope to fight the flu. More than 60 children have died from the flu this year, and 1 in 13 doctor visits last week was for flu-like symptoms, but new drugs and technology might make a flu outbreak like this one a thing of the past. CBS 2's Hena Doba reports.
Woodpeckers Immune To Brian Trauma -- But Why?A study of the species known for knocking its head against trees may help understand how these birds seem to avoid the effects of degenerative brain diseases. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.

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Esalante Pays TributeFamily friend First Deputy Superintendent John Escalante talks about what the tributes mean to the Bauer family.
Johnson: Today Is Bauer's DayPolice Chief Johnson says CPD is hurting and he won't discuss Bauer's alleged killer today. Today is for Paul Bauer.
Johnson Wants To Honor BauerChicago's police chief says he wants to name a facility for Bauer.

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