Here's a follow-up of a story chief investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian reported three months ago.
This was Army Sergeant Eric Edmundson of New Bern, North Carolina, after suffering a traumatic brain injury in Iraq two years ago.
And this is today. We're thrilled to tell you that after six months of treatment at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, the 27-year old Edmundson walked out into the arms of his wife and daughter.
He was one of the first Iraq combat wounded to be treated at the renowned institute, and thanks to his father's relentless efforts, not the last. Read the Evening News story about veterans with brain injuries.