For days now, four wild pigs have terrorized residents of a DeKalb County neighborhood.
Sure, maybe “terrorized” is a bit much. But these aren’t exactly the three little pigs we’re talking about. These wild animals, if angered, are capable of harming humans, according to state wildlife officials.
After unsuccessful attempts to catch the wayward pigs, animal experts will place traps, baited with mix of dog food, molasses and corn, in the neighborhood Thursday morning to help corral the animals.
Wild animals roaming metro Atlanta? It happens more often than you might think.
Remember when a zebra, water buffalo, cow and a venomous rattlesnake got loose? We do, and we’ve compiled a list of some of the area’s most memorable wayward animals.
Sept. 19: Not one or two, but three black bears were spotted taking a leisurely walk through a Cumming neighborhood. Resident Jeff Adler snapped some pictures, but stayed in his car.
An economy that sent more people to the workforce instead of the classroom, tougher requirements for financial aid, and a higher bar for admissions are among the factors that contributed to a drop in enrollment at the state’s public colleges and universities for the second year in a row.