Firemen will receive honor from PETA after the two-hour ordeal to remove the dog's foot from the drain.
Field Museum scientists banded some new peregrine falcon chicks as a mother raptor protected her young.
Starting in spring, countless spiders make their way up Chicago high-rises. Here's why.
Researchers have found prehistoric creatures, fish and other wildlife at Morgan Shoal.
Aldermen Leslie Hairston and Raymond Lopez called for the ordinance to be delayed at least a month.
Ring-billed gulls frequently descend on Wrigley to dine on discarded peanuts, Cracker Jack and hotdogs.
The Furever Rescue founder's boyfriend allegedly killed her dog and is linked to another dog found dead.
Jennifer Murtoff helps city residents create backyard chicken domains, and help keep their birds happy.
With rats and geese to chase, city should leave the animals alone, alderman proposes.
Ald. Willie Cochran said some residents have yards with "five, 10, 15 pounds of poop, and it smells."
We asked fish and weather experts. They gave us the science — or lack thereof — behind a "sharknado."
"If rats can't feed, they can't breed," said Shannon Breymaier, spokeswoman for Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
Ald. Brian Hopkins wants to leave the rat predators to their own devices whenever possible.
Some dog owners have donated more than $600 to have their dogs painted on the mural.
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