A University of California, Berkeley, law student accused in the beheading of an exotic bird at a Las Vegas Strip resort has pleaded not guilty to animal killing and torture charges.
A Windsor man was sentenced Friday to three years’ informal probation and 200 hours of community service in Sonoma County Superior Court in connection with the death of a retired thoroughbred racehorse on his property in 2010.
A University of California, Berkeley, law student is headed to trial in Nevada state court on felony and misdemeanor charges in what prosecutors allege was the torture death and beheading of an exotic bird at a Strip resort.
The SPCA for Monterey County rescued a dozen cattle and horses that appear to have been abandoned at a property in the small community of San Ardo south of King City.
As the months tick down to a complete statewide ban on the possession, sale or trade of shark fins, state officials have been reaching out to local merchants to clarify confusion about the ban.
A University of California, Berkeley, law student is fighting felony and misdemeanor charges in what prosecutors allege was the torture death and beheading of an exotic bird at a Las Vegas Strip resort.
A San Mateo County man who was convicted last week of beating his teenage neighbor’s poodle to death could face up to three years in county jail for the crime, the district attorney said Monday.
San Francisco police have identified a man who allegedly killed a woman’s dog during a robbery in the city’s Tenderloin neighborhood last month as 35-year-old Laurice Barrett.
In the walking and performance horse industry, there is some controversy over the use of a technique known as “soaring.”
Sacramento animal control officers say they are looking for anybody responsible for deliberately setting fire to a puppy that has since died.