Some residents in Chicago’s North Center neighborhood say they are battling a war against rats.
City officials said they’re winning the war on rodents by laying more rat traps to keep them in check.
A serious rat crackdown begins on the streets of Chicago on Thursday.
To combat the rat problem in Chicago, one North Side ward is turning to alley cats.
An inordinate number of rats have been spotted around some of the busiest and most fashionable sections of downtown Evanston lately.
A Berwyn home where a child died and hundreds of animals were confiscated is due to be torn down. But CBS 2 cameras caught countless rodents roaming the property and some neighbors worry that tearing the place down could send the vermin scurrying closer to them.
An invasion in Lincoln Square is making local residents’ skin crawl. Rats – some say up to 20 at a time – have been scampering through people’s yards.
If you see a rat scurrying through your backyard, you might have no choice but to deal with it.
A new survey by a pest control manufacturer indicates that the city’s most densely-populated neighborhoods are also the “rattiest.”