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Everett Police Officers are Answering a Call

BOSTON (CBS) — A couple of Everett police officers are answering a call to help one of their own. “I feel honored and humbled, very grateful,” said Officer Dennis O’Donnell. Doctors diagnosed his 10-year old daughter, Ella, with brain cancer. Eleven months later in...

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Mamma Mia’s helps raise dough

MARSHFIELD, Mass. - The Marshfield Police Department and Massachusetts State Police teamed up with the owners of Mamma Mia's and Carmela's to be heroes to families who have children with cancer. A fundraiser at the Marshfield Mamma Mia's on Nov. 17, as well as 10...

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Police Officers Help Kids Fight Cancer

YORK, Maine -- Giving to those in need can make even a stormy day a bit brighter. One family was all smiles in York on Thursday after receiving some help from police officers. The parents of 22-month-old Makayla and 10-month-old Kloey are fighting retinoblastoma, a...

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Police Donate to Family of Girl Battling Cancer

FRAMINGHAM - It's never easy when a family member has cancer - doubly so if it is a child. Even with health insurance, the costs of treatment and care add up - hospital parking, coffees on the go, co-pays and more. To make things a little easier, the Massachusetts...

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Easton cops grow beards to help children with cancer

The Easton Police Department raised $1,620 for Cops for Kids with Cancer by not shaving in November. EASTON, Mass. -– From the chief to the newest officer, they donned beards to raise money for children with cancer. The Easton Police Department participated in...

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A hairy situation for Butte officers

BUTTE, Montana - Beards are for lumberjacks, not cops. But some Butte cops started growing their own, though it takes some getting used to. "It was a little itchy at first, but it's good now," said Butte police officer Josh Stearns. Police Capt. Mark St. Pierre agreed...

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