Six-year-old Max Kent wound up to deliver the pitch, doing what many boys do on a summer day.
After the past several months of generally miserable weather, just about every living species in Chicago would agree that Friday morning was perfect for a stroll.
A woman was nearly killed when a deer fell from an overpass and right into her car and now she has reunited with the only man who stopped to help her.
A deer apparently fell from the sky and through the windshield of the Conner family minivan. CBS 2’s Marissa Bailey reports.
Kyla Kirkland said the deer has a bleeding gash in her leg. She’s not sure how the animal was wounded, but thinks maybe she tried to jump a gate.
Two divers from the Willow Springs Fire Department went into the water along the shore of Columbia Woods in Willow Springs to help free the deer from the ice.
Keith Mohr received the house call of the wild. CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports.
Animal Care and Control was called and tranquilized both animals. One of the deer had a badly injured leg, and “did not survive the stress of this ordeal.”
The two animals were spotted in the 1200 block of North State Parkway, walking on the sidewalk before wandering into a residential building’s gated front yard around 2:15 p.m.
Blue line service was shut down for about an hour early Saturday morning as crews worked to remove an injured deer from the tracks near the Rosemont stop, according to CTA spokeswoman Lambrini Lukidis.
f you’ve ever hit a deer with your car, you might know a fraction of how this guy was feeling.
A deer has been holding court in a vacant lot in the Lincoln Park neighborhood for the past two days now.
The State’s Attorney of Grundy County southwest of Chicago has brought poaching charges against three men who allegedly killed a valuable deer on private property.
A deer found its way onto the CTA rail tracks in the middle of the Kennedy Expressway early Wednesday, only to be struck and killed by a train.
Your chances of hitting a deer with your car in Illinois are much higher than your odds of being struck by lightning, but still, the deer hazard is far less severe in Illinois than in many states.
A deer walked up the tracks at the Ogilvie Transportation Center in downtown Chicago on Sunday and was safely corralled by animal welfare officials in between two sets of doors.
A deer – hurt and bleeding – was cornered in a yard near the busy intersection of Diversey, Western and Elston avenues Tuesday afternoon.
The City of Chicago wants to move three residents of the Boystown neighborhood to another part of town – because other residents may be killing them with kindness.
Deer are commonplace in some places within the city limits, such as the North Park Village Nature Center or the forest preserves in outlying neighborhoods. But not in East Lakeview.
Two crashes today are proof of the danger when a deer leaps onto the roadway. Find out how best to avoid a deer-vehicle collision, and to keep the roadkill.