A new report from Cornell University suggests the virus could spread from dogs to cats.
Argelio Matos "powerline" fishes, using the carbon dioxide burst from the extinguisher to launch a line.
Todd Agosto built "Jackson Bark" on one of Jackson Park's unused tennis courts over the last year.
The ultra-tiny ruby-throated hummingbird nests during the spring and summer throughout the city.
The building's "vague" rule regarding dog conduct has prompted a second lawsuit from Holly Geraci.
The items they made help out the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors organization.
The Anti-Cruelty Society cancels its May 3 event as officials report more than 1,000 dogs infected.
Friendship Pet Food Pantry helps families struggling to make ends meet feed their pets.
Reporter Heather Cherone stopped by Fox studios to discuss the day's top stories.
Closed groomers, empty dog parks, lost profits and layoffs are among viruses' economic, social impact.
The city is home to four types of snakes, and they're all nonvenomous and quite reclusive.
The birds can fly 200 mph while chasing prey such as pigeons.
Trio Animal Foundation president Sue Naiden brought the dog to Lincoln Park from Missouri.
The snow monkeys at Lincoln Park appear to peek at their neighbor's touch screen when completing tasks.
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