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2 hrs ago | WJRT
The State Board of Education is urging Michigan school districts to let students opt out of animal dissection for moral, ethical, religious or other reasons.
7 hrs ago | Click Orlando
LIVE FROM THE LOCAL STATION. THIS CLAY COUNTY TEEN WHO MADE NATIONAL NEWS IN HER PART OF THE REPORTED TORTURE AND KILLING OF THIS TORTOISE IS NOW FACING NEW CHARGES OF COMMITTING A SEX CRIME.
8 hrs ago | WMDT
New laws aimed at strengthening animal welfare in Delaware are set to take effect.
9 hrs ago | BBC News
The minister in charge of regulating animal experiments in the UK has said he wants to see an end to all testing.
A horse has been euthanized after it was found injured on the ground at a home off Crissey Road.Now, the Toledo Area Humane Society has launched and animal cruelty investigation.Cruelty officers came out to the home around noon on Wednesday.
A man who left his Husky inside a vehicle while visiting Buck's restaurant in Woodside on Saturday was cited for animal cruelty after a deputy determined the dog was suffering from heatstroke, according to the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office.
New details about a story we broke last week. Charges have been filed against the owner of several horses seized by the Humane Society of Sandusky County.
Gassaway , Braxton County , West Virginia A reward in an animal abuse case in Braxton County has climbed another $5,000.
Once again, dogs suffering in puppy mills across the state of North Carolina might have to wait to gain important new protections.
Scaremongering donation collectors have been spreading false torture stories of pets being hanged from trees and shot by air rifles in Cambridge to get people to part with their cash.
About 50 animal rights activists protested outside Parliament on Tuesday morning, demanding the resignation of National Council of Provinces chairwoman Thandi Modise.
As thousands of Detroit residents struggle without water, one woman is reaching out to an unlikely source to help pay for her overdue bill: PETA.
He was a bright spot in a tragic story of animal cruelty and now he's part of a growing family.
That man, Salvador Martinez, was arrested for extreme animal cruelty because of how he allegedly killed the dog, but there's another piece of the case that's drawn attention.
The Republic reported today that the state attorney general is suing the former owner of a controversial animal sanctuary that was located in Forks, Washington.
King, the one-year-old cat has since been adopted and no longer has to think of his past life.
The Anti-Cruelty Society in Chicago, TACS for short, is the city's oldest and largest animal welfare organization.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 12:35 pm
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