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  • North Dakota voters set to decide issue of fenced big-game hunting preserves

     
    LISBON, N.D. — Butch and Deb Dick's lifelong dream was to open a big-game hunting preserve and after years of preparation, they expected to welcome the first customers to their southeastern North Dakota ranch this month. Voters will decide next......
  • Fishermen in Taiji, Japan, slaughter adult members of dolphin pod, release young

     
    The Japanese village notorious for the dolphin hunt documented in the film "The Cove" has slaughtered a pod of dolphins but spared the youngest animals, activists said Tuesday. Most of the dolphins caught by residents of the seaside village of......
  • Wild monkeys suffer trauma and injuries when captured for transport to breeding facilities, report says

     
    NAIROBI, Kenya — Wild long-tailed monkeys sustain broken limbs and other injuries when trappers catch the primates and transfer them to breeding farms on the island nation of Mauritius, said a new report released Tuesday. Photos in the report showed.......
  • Literary readings get a new lens at LACMA

     
    Walk through the streetlight installation at LACMA, get a ticket and then head east to enter LACMA through its Ahmanson building; on the left is an alcove that opens out into to the Art Catalogs bookstore. It's not the museum......
  • July in animal news: Five questions with PETA Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman

     
    Prominent members of the animal-protection community are sharing their insights into the latest animal-related news and what their organizations are up to. Here, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals Executive Vice President Tracy Reiman offers...
  • Dalai Lama to chicken farmers: Let your hens roam and your eggs be salmonella-free

     
    When it comes to folks getting their feathers ruffled amid the largest egg recall in U.S. history, which people jump to mind? Federal investigators? Of course. Lawmakers? Food safety experts? Sure. The Dalai Lama? It’s true. The Nobel Peace Prize......
  • Ohio dairy farmworker charged with animal cruelty after advocacy group releases undercover video

     
    Following Illinois-based animal advocacy group Mercy for Animals' release of undercover video it says documents numerous instances of animal abuse at an Ohio dairy farm, a farm worker has been charged with 12 counts of animal cruelty. Billy Joe Gregg........
  • They're still frying at the Orange County Fair

     
    The Orange County Fair is back for its 120th summer, July 16 to Aug. 15 in Costa Mesa. There’s an incredible mashup of food and entertainment at this summer’s fair including: a motorhome demolition derby, rodeo, motocross, livestock shows, vegetable.....
  • 'Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains:' JT tries to defend his boneheaded move

     
    After he was voted off of "Survivor" Thursday night, James "JT" Thomas shared this piece of wisdom with the camera: "Never trust women!" Well, maybe he really doesn't, because we just finished our phone interview with JT and he wasn't......
  • Kinder, gentler chickens to be bred to rule future free-range roosts

     
    As more states move to ban restrictive livestock cages, the campaign to free egg-laying hens from cramped cages and shift them to pens animal rights advocates call more humane could be poised to unintentionally boost deaths among those birds. Researchers....
  • Where to stay when visiting Yosemite

    Where to stay when visiting Yosemite
    With more than 4 million people visiting Yosemite National Park last year — and that number expected to increase this year — it's no wonder lodging inside the park is snatched up quickly. "We typically sell out during the summer season,"...