Experts say bed bugs can be found almost anywhere; from homes and businesses to hotels, shelters, and hospitals. Now, an organization for the developmentally disabled in the Chicago area is fighting them.
We often hear about high-rise bed bug infestations in the news, but one management company is taking proactive steps, to make sure their buildings are not in the headlines. CBS 2’s Suzanne Le Mignot has this Original Report.
Illinois Department of Revenue spokeswoman Sue Hofer said Wednesday that the bugs were found in seven cubicles on a single floor of the James R. Thompson Center last week.
Residents living at the Harry Poe Manor public housing complex in Waukegan say they have been under attack by bedbugs for years and have filed a federal class action lawsuit.
A pest control company determined Hadley Junior High School has “a light case of bed bugs” and treated the areas where bed bugs were observed.
A South Side church youth group is outraged over what happened during a trip to Kentucky this past week.
Tenants of a Rogers Park apartment building claim their landlords are neglecting bug and rodent problems to try and drive them out, in hope of bringing in new tenants who can afford higher rent.
Property owners will be responsible for getting rid of bed bugs if an ordinance being proposed by thee Chicago alderman becomes law.
We just can’t seem to get rid of those pesky and itchy bed bugs. In fact, the city of Chicago is number one when it comes to customers calling for treatment.
Bed bugs at the Cook County Juvenile Courthouse have prompted officials to bring in the exterminators.
Lise Sievers is the passenger whose curious medical symptoms caused a health scare at Midway Airport. CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez talks with the Minnesota resident.
Imagine turning the light on in your hotel room and finding bed bugs. That’s what a suburban couple says happened to them about 10 days ago at a hotel in Morris, Illinois.
Hollywood House at Sheridan and Hollywood looks like a nice apartment tower for retirees. But resident Kathy Vukmanic noticed the bed bugs right after she moved in last spring.
It doesn’t matter if people don’t sleep at work, bed bugs can join them at the office.