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A Fond du Lac woman charged in an animal abuse case is expected to appear in court Tuesday.
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Donald Rapier, the Chicago high school student whose commentary on killer whales was cribbed by Sen. Greg Ball's office for use in a bill memo, will be coming to Albany for May 28's Animal Awareness Day.
Vaughn was found guilty in an earlier animal abuse case in Nowata County. More than 50 malnourished dogs were seized.
The man who spent time in prison for his role in Trooper Craig Todeschini's death has been arrested for animal abuse.
Dogs doing kegstands might sound like an epic stunt pulled by the dopest bros, but Syracuse police recently arrested two SUNY Brockport students for pulling this off, and committing animal cruelty in the process.
Animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is calling for a boycott of one of Asia's most popular and pricey commodity - Kopi Luwak, or civet coffee - saying that animal abuse was part and parcel of the production of the coffee beans.
South Dakota is poised to finally pass a bill making animal cruelty a felony. Monday morning, Senate Bill 46 was passed out of the House Judiciary Committee on a 10-2 vote.
A House panel has endorsed felony penalties for animal cruelty. Senate Bill 46, which would attach a potential two-year penalty for animal cruelty or forced animal fighting, passed through the House Judiciary Committee on a 10-2 vote Monday.
This past week a New York City tattoo artist caused some controversy over the internet.
Congressman Jim Moran has introduced legislation that would prohibit animal testing in the U.S. cosmetics industry and phase out the sale of cosmetics tested on animals in foreign countries.
An actress is set to launch the very first "Wikileaks-style" website and app focused on fighting the rise of animal abuse in the UK.
The Animal Welfare Federation of New Jersey will host its annual Animal Welfare & Care Conference next weekend, March 14-15, 2014.
The taxpayer faces a compensation bill running into the tens of millions of pounds from miscarriages of justice linked to a secret undercover police unit.
Killer whales, or orcas, were first put on public display in the 1960s. The best known killer whale shows in the United States are at SeaWorld Parks, which are synonymous with their "Shamu" killer whale shows, seen here.
Chad M. Sills, 39, of Elmira, was assigned a public defender Friday in Elmira City Court and will reappear before Judge Steven Forrest at 9:30 a.m. May 16. Sills is charged with one count each of animal cruelty, failure to provide appropriate shelter, failure to license a dog and failure to provide rabies vaccination.