Chill your sheets in the fridge, run your AC in short blasts ... and avoid cuddling.
Adoption Fees Will Be Waived At Animal Care And Control This Weekend — And Alligator Robb Wants You To Adopt A Non-Gator FriendBy Mauricio Peña Pilsen, Little Village, West Loop Primary category in which blog post is published
Chicago’s Alligator Search Highlights Illegal Pet Dilemma, But Experts Urge: Please Don’t Just Dump ThemBy Jonathan Ballew Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale Primary category in which blog post is published
"It's been a very difficult few days at the shelter," an animal rescue group wrote on Facebook.
A federal appeals court said the city’s aggressive legal strategy violated the basic protections of bankruptcy.
Independence Day sees more pets get lost than any other time of the year as they get frightened by the fireworks.
We're very sorry to report that more rain is heading our way. So put an umbrella over your hotdogs.
Temperatures will stick to the 80s early next week, too.
All dogs who are 7 months or older and cats 1 year or older will have their adoption fees waived.
After 114 Chickens Found In A Chicago Garage, Animal Care & Control Needs Help Adopting Out 31 Roosters
Instead of euthanizing the chickens, Chicago Animal Care and Control is trying to adopt them out. There are 31 roosters who need your help.
The tests will be available at more than a dozen Walgreens locations around the city.
Aldermen, Activists Warning Immigrant Neighbors Of Reported ICE Deportation Sweep Starting Soon In Chicago
As activists canvass the neighborhoods informing immigrants of their rights, one alderman said the threat of sweeps "creates a culture of fear."