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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Chicagoans Come Together In Gun Reform RallyCBS 2's Jeremy Ross joins those marching and urging lawmakers to consider national gun control reform.
Eloy Jimenez, Luis Robert In The HouseCBS 2's Ryan Baker says the big guns are out at Sox camp. Highly-touted prospects Eloy Jimenez and Luis Robert have reported in advance of tomorrow's first official full squad workout.
2018 Wedding TrendsChristmas, New Year and Valentine's Day are the most popular times to get engaged. So now that the question's been popped, it's time to plan that wedding! Party planner Debi Lilly visits CBS 2 to share some of the hot trends you'll see at weddings this year. (aperfectevent.com)
Coping With Gun ViolenceThe shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida is one of more than a dozen school shootings that have taken place throughout the country so far this year. Clinical psychologist Dr. Sheela Raja visits CBS 2 to talk about ways to process such a tragedy.
Back On My FeetBack On My Feet, an organization that combats homelessness through the power of running, is hosting a festive race in Montrose Harbor next week. Meredith Weber visits CBS 2 to talk about the organization and the upcoming event. (chicago.backonmyfeet.org)
Hundreds To Rally For Gun Reform After Florida ShootingThousands could flood the Loop Sunday for an anti-gun march, days after a gunman entered a Florida high school with an assault weapon. CBS 2's Lauren Victory 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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Coping With Gun ViolenceThe shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida is one of more than a dozen school shootings that have taken place throughout the country so far this year. Clinical psychologist Dr. Sheela Raja visits CBS 2 to talk about ways to process such a tragedy.
Hundreds To Rally For Gun Reform After Florida ShootingThousands could flood the Loop Sunday for an anti-gun march, days after a gunman entered a Florida high school with an assault weapon. CBS 2's Lauren Victory reports.
Ed's Driveway: SUVs, Trucks Highlight Auto ShowThe Chicago Auto Show is about to hit the road. CBS 2's Ed Curran says two of the biggest categories this year are SUVs and trucks. Check out what's new with both.

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Florida School Shooting Survivors Praise Heroic Teachers Who Protected StudentsFourteen of the 17 people killed in the Florida school shooting this week were students with bright futures. More lives would have been lost if it weren't for the teachers who ran toward danger to protect the students. CBS 2's Susanna Song reports.
First Funeral Held For Victims Of Florida School ShootingFunerals have begun for some of the 17 shooting victims at Marjory Stoneham Douglas High School in Florida. As Kenneth Craig reports, officials say the 19-year-old suspect bought his AR-15 assault rifle legally at a Florida gun shop.
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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