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In today's tough economic climate, more Americans are delaying or forgoing homeownership in favor of renting. Everyone from young professionals to empty nesters and families are driving the demand. Landlords are at the ready, offering a greater variety of...
L.A. UnleashedIt's that time of year again: Take Your Dog To Work Day, an annual event founded by the group Pet Sitters International in 1999. Take Your Dog To Work Day was created to celebrate the human-animal bond and promote pet......
L.A. NOWAnimal control officials on Monday sought to ease growing concerns among Glendale residents unnerved by the prevalence of coyotes in their neighborhoods, saying the animals play an important role in the local ecosystem and pose little threat to humans....
L.A. NOWAs sightings of coyotes grow in number along the foothills, the Pasadena Humane Society is hosting two public meetings in Glendale next week to educate residents on how to coexist with these animals. Glendale has had its share of run-ins......
PolitiCalGov. Brown outlaws using dogs to hunt bears and bobcats in California...
L.A. NOWThe owners of a Chino slaughterhouse that was at the center of the largest beef recall in U.S. history four years ago have agreed to pay more than $300,000 in a deal with federal officials. Donald Hallmark Sr. and Donald......
L.A. NOWThe owners of a Chino slaughterhouse that was the subject of the largest beef recall in U.S. history four years ago as a result of an undercover video agreed to pay $300,000 to settle a lawsuit that alleged fraud against the U.S. government, an animal...
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A landmark $500 million agreement has been reached to settle a slaughterhouse abuse case that led to the biggest meat recall in U.S. history in 2008, an animal welfare group announced on Nov. 16. The civil settlement with the...
Samuel Dylan Pievac Dylan Pievac was born July 29, 1993, and passed into glory on October 31, 2012. Dylan attended The Pegasus School, Hillside School (Marlborough, MA), JSerra High School and Crean Lutheran High School. He had a zest for life, and...
Tags: High School Sports, Marlborough, Schools, Animals, High Schools
A controversial court ruling in April that pit bulls are "inherently dangerous" is not yet in effect and must survive an appeal before it can be applied as Maryland law, according to an opinion released this week by the state attorney general's office....
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) - Voters in heavily agriculture-dependent North Dakota became the first to enshrine the right to farm in their state constitution, a move that some say could have far-reaching effects on genetic modification, land use and the way...
Tags: Barack Obama, Genetic Engineering, Voting, Politics, Elections
While Halloween is a lively time for children and adults alike, The Humane Society of the United States is reminding pet owners that this haunting holiday may be more scary than amusing for your pets. While silly costumes and games are fun for people,...
Tags: Safety of Citizens, Holidays, Government, Politics, Animals
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