Illinois Math And Science Academy Closes For A Week Over Flu Outbreak
Illinois Math and Science Academy in west suburban Aurora has canceled classes for the rest of the week, because of a flu outbreak on campus. CBS 2's Mike Puccinelli reports.

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Televangelist Billy Graham Dead At 99Credited with bringing the "born again" Christian movement to the American mainstream, televangelist Billy Graham has died at age 99. His ministry started in a tiny church basement in Chicago's western suburbs. CBS 2's Danielle Nottingham reports.
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Marseilles Orders Evacuations Over Flooding Threat From Illinois RiverWith the Illinois River officially above flood stage and still rising, officials in the city of Marseilles have ordered dozens of homeowners to evacuate by Wednesday afternoon.

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Adult And Baby Brain Waves Synchronize During Eye ContactLooking your baby in the eyes could put the two of you in sync. CBS 2's Teri Okita reports.
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.

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Survivors Of Active-Shooter Rampages Push Gun ControlThe advocates for greater gun controls included people in the Chicago area, following last week's massacre in Florida. CBS 2's Mai Martinez reports.
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White Sox Offers Man Freed From Prison Old Job On Grounds CrewEven though the White Sox Home Opener is 43 days away, Nevest Coleman is ready to get back in the game. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.

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