Copyright 2016 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
Why Do Chickens Cross the Road?
By NBC News
(WDTN) Arby Presley added a new chore to her list recently. Feeding the chickens.
The only problem is she isn't in a barn yard, but a front yard.
"This is supposed to be the city limits, it's the outer limits," says neighbor Elizabeth Long.
For decades Presley and her neighbors have watched chickens hunt and peck their way up and down Montgomery Avenue in Fairborn, Ohio.
But recently they say the chickens aren't just crossing the road, they're crossing the line.
"It's gotten so out of control because there's so many of them," Presley says.
About 100 chickens are in the neighborhood by some estimates.
Neighbors we talked with say the chickens are destroying their property and their peace.
City of Amarillo Looking to Save Money With New Interim City Manager Agreement
Pay Your Child Support, or Don't Drive in Texas Legally
$2 Million Worth of Marijuana Seized During Traffic Stop in Clayton
Women Sentenced to Time Served in Murder For Hire Case
Xcel Energy seeks adjustment in Texas fuel costs