A Chicago Police officer shot and killed a dog early Friday, while breaking up a squatters’ party on the city’s West Side.
A family from south suburban Steger is suing a Chicago police officer, claiming he failed to restrain his pit bull, which killed the family’s Pomeranian mix at Montrose Beach in March.
What started out as some nice time outside on a nice day on Wednesday resulted in Elgin firefighters being barricaded in their fire station because of a couple of vicious dogs.
It turns out the man who walked off after his pit bull mauled a tiny dog to death was a Chicago Police officer. That officer has been ticketed and relieved of his police powers while the department investigates his actions.
A Chicago Police officer shot and killed a pit bull which attacked other pets Tuesday morning in the Garfield Ridge neighborhood on the Southwest Side.
Police continue to search for the owner of a pit bull that killed another family’s smaller dog on the Montrose Dog Beach last month.
It took just seconds; a dog that was supposed to be playing on the beach ended up dangling from the jaws of another dog, dying and unable to fight back. Now, there’s a huge push to find the owner of the animal that reportedly attacked.
A Wicker Park man is facing charges after a neighbor reportedly saw him dragging a puppy down a sidewalk this morning.
A serious dog fight is brewing in Chicago. Some city officials are mulling over a possible ban on the pit bull breed after a jogger was attacked Monday morning, but a disabled Chicago Army veteran is worried he’ll lose his service dog as a result.
As a man fights for his life after being attacked by what were reported to be pit bulls, Ald. Robert Fioretti (2nd) says it is time for the City Council again to consider banning the breed.
A retired Chicago Police Officer and his wife are celebrating, now that a federal judge has allowed the officer’s service dog to come home and live with the couple in their home in Iowa even though the town bans pit bulls.
A disabled former Chicago police officer who’s been forced to give up his service dog now has a court date scheduled to try to get the dog back.
A battle is likely to end up in court between a small Iowa town and a retired Chicago Police officer, over his service dog.
Two Chicago Police officers were recovering Wednesday morning, after they were bitten by a pit bull in the South Side’s Auburn-Gresham neighborhood.
Elgin police responded to three incidents involving aggressive dogs over the weekend.
A man came all the way from Wisconsin to sell his pit bull for dogfighting, and he likely won’t be going home anytime soon.
A year ago, no one thought a dog named Ike would survive after being rescued on his namesake expressway.
There is a Pit Bull population explosion in the city of Chicago’s Animal Care and Control Center and the city is making a frantic effort to save as many as possible from euthanasia. But as CBS 2’s Mike Parker reports, it will be a losing battle for many of those dogs.
A dog described as a pit bull caused a brief ruckus when it ran onto a CTA bus Sunday morning on the South Side.
Police in Elgin shot and killed a family dog that turned on its owners and its own puppies.