Study Backs Test In Identifying Breast Cancer Patients Who Can Avoid ChemoA new study with a local connection shows a test accurately identifies many women with early-stage cancer who can safely skip chemotherapy. CBS 2's Derrick Blakley reports.
Evening Purple Line Express Test Falling Short Of ExpectationsTime is running out on the experimental CTA mid-evening Purple Express train, which faces an uncertain future.
West Nile Virus Detected In SkokieA batch of mosquitos in Skokie has tested positive for the West Nile Virus, making it the fourth Chicago suburb to detect the disease this year.
Opponents Of Standardized Test Say State Is Bullying School DistrictsThere is a new standardized test coming to Illinois schools on March 9, but some parents don't want their kids to take it. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
So Far, Body Cameras Working Out For Chicago Police: McCarthyBody cameras like those tested in Dallas can take the “he said/she said” out of police work. CBS 2's Roseanne Tellez reports.
O'Hare Travelers Getting An Earful From Daylong Fire Alarm TestGoing to the airport can be enough of a chore in and of itself, but on Thursday, travelers at O'hare International Airport will have to endure the extra headache of listening to fire alarms going off all day.
Taking The Alzheimer's Test
The Wanted Play What's That Song? - Part 1We put their music love to the test when the guys were in NYC, playing a backstage game of What's That Song? Here's what happened in the first round.
Are You Selfish? Give Yourself A Little TestCBS 2's Dorothy Tucker put several people to the selfish test to see how they scored
Putting Suncreen Products To The Flame TestA highly publicized burn injury suffered by a man who had just applied sunscreen prompted CBS 2 to do its own test of the products.
Brewers' Ryan Braun Tests Positive For PEDs, Reports AllegeMilwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, ESPN and CBS Sports are reporting.
Nationwide EAS Test Proves To Be A FailureThis afternoon, for the first time ever, the Emergency Alert System was tested simultaneously nationwide. The man who oversaw the test in Illinois said he's not surprised with the bizarre things that happened, and said it's a good thing it wasn't for real.