DNA Testing Underway For Captured CoyoteChicago Animal Care and Control said if you do encounter a coyote, there are specific things to do: You should shout, wave or throw things at the coyote rather than run away. Do not feed it and keep an eye on small dogs.
Search Underway Following Recent Coyote Attack In Lincoln ParkPolice officers as well as Animal Care and Control have patrolling the area for the animal.
City Departments To Public: Stop Feeding Raccoons On Chicago's LakefrontAlong the craggy boulders that separate the Lake Michigan from land south of Montrose Harbor, you’ll find raccoon rock. Take the name literally.
VIDEO: Sheep On The Loose In McKinley ParkAccording to Chicago police, Animal Care and Control was called in to catch the male sheep. 
400 Homeless Pets In Need Of Love This Christmas Will Accept Donations on Christmas Eve and Christmas DayMore than 400 homeless cats and dogs are living in Chicago’s Animal Care and Control this Christmas, and the shelter is asking for the public’s help with bringing the furry friends a little extra love.
Chicago Animal Care & Control Hosts "Wellness Wednesdays" With Discounted VaccinesPet owners and their furry friends were lined up Wednesday morning at the city’s animal shelter, taking advantage of a program offering discounted veterinary services.
Most Cats Passing Through City's Animal Shelter Surviving To Become Pets, Director SaysOn the job for three months now, Susan Russell is the guest on this weekend's "At Issue" on WBBM Newsradio.
Protesters Demonstrate Outside Animal Control Facility After Release Of Video Showing Dog Dragged By StaffWBBM’s Mike Krauser reports they held signs reading “Doge lives matter” and “Animals lives matter.”
Animal Care And Control Releases Security Video Showing Staff Drag Dog By NeckSecurity video just released by the Chicago dog pound shows the staff dragging a lifeless-looking dog by his neck across the room moments before he died.
Pit Bull Left Alone 5 Days Gaining Weight, But Still Weeks Away From AdoptionThe one-year-old pit bull mix that was left alone in a Chicago city dog pound van for at least five days last month is now a step closer to getting her "forever home."
Dog Left In Animal Control Van For DaysA major benefactor of Chicago Animal Care and Control tells WBBM the latest foul-up at the facility is "unconscionable."