Update: Aug. 14, 2006

KIMBERLY DOZIER, the CBS correspondent critically wounded in an explosion while reporting from Iraq in May, was released from a rehabilitation facility in Maryland last week. The blast killed her camera crew and left Dozier with wounds to her head, legs and lower body. "I'm up on crutches and can even manage with a cane," she said in a written statement last week. "It's not pretty, but I'm walking on my own."

ABC newsman BOB WOODRUFF is also making strides, after suffering serious head and upper-body injuries from a roadside bomb in Iraq in January. The former co-anchor of the network's...

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