Downtown »

The organization said rats shouldn't be killed with dry ice, and lethal initiatives "actually backfire."

Englewood »

A mysterious snake showed up in a woman's Englewood bathroom — and it's not the first time.

West Loop »

After an injury, the famous West Loop firedog is greeting people at Engine 103's firehouse once again. 

South Loop »

Officials hope for return of predatory mammals and want to make sure Chicago is prepared for arrivals.

Downtown »

"Like all God's creatures, they should be dealt with in the most humane fashion possible."

Old Town »

Judges will be on hand to give out prizes to dogs who perform the best tricks.

Ravenswood Manor »

The bright green birds, usually seen in Hyde Park, were spotted in River Park and Ravenswood Manor.

Lincoln Park »

The eight-eyed spiders, which carry babies on their backs, move into homes when temperatures drop.

Lincoln Park »

A river otter may have been spotted in the Chicago River for the first time in decades, if not longer.

North Center »

The game, popularized in Austin, Texas, is part of the weekend's Windy City Coop Tour event.

Lincoln Park »

Some Neighborhood Square users want the spiders dead, another asks: "Who are we to play God?"

Lincoln Park »

The Blanding's turtle hatchlings at Notebaert museum are part of a 20-year project to save the reptiles.

Gold Coast »

Proposals also include a park bench sponsorship to add more seating.

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