Animal Rights Activists Aim To End Gas Chamber Use In California SheltersAnimal rights activists say a loophole in California laws allows shelters to euthanize animals in gas chambers, and are trying to put an end to the practice.
2 Oakland Animal Rights Activists Arrested For Allegedly Releasing Thousands Of Mink On Cross-Country Road TripsTwo animal-rights activists were arrested in Oakland and charged with terrorizing the fur industry during cross-country road trips in which they released thousands of mink from farms and vandalized the homes and businesses of industry members.
Graphic Undercover Video Shows Mutilation, Suffocation, Other Alleged Abuse Of Foster Farm Turkey Chicks Just one week after video surfaced showing alleged mistreatment of chickens at a Central Valley Foster Farms facility, new graphic video, allegedly shot at the poultry producer’s turkey hatchery in Fresno, reveals more treatment that animal rights activists call inhumane.
Advocates Blame California's Drought On Abortion, Immigration & MeatThe state's historic four-year dry spell has brought with it a flurry of finger-pointing. Now advocates, noting how California's water shortage ranks as the top public concern, are invoking the drought to bolster their own causes.
Animal Rights Activist’s Rant In San Francisco Restaurant Against Eating Meat Goes ViralAn animal rights group said they would continue to target restaurants after one of their members stormed into a San Francisco restaurant and gave a tearful speech urging diners not to eat meat.
'Most Wanted Domestic Terrorist' Still Hunted A Decade After Bay Area BombingsOfficers were searching again Friday for a Berkeley native who was the first domestic terrorist added to the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorist List more than a decade after he allegedly carried out a pair of Bay Area bombings.
Lawsuit Claims Animal Cruelty By Santa Cruz Biotech FirmAn animal rights group is suing a Santa Cruz biotechnology company that has already been cited by federal regulators for a long list of animal welfare violations.
San Francisco Considers Formal Recognition For Pet Supply StoresSan Francisco may soon reward pet stores that stock food and accessories, but no actual pets, with an official seal recognizing that no live animals are for sale.
Circus Brings Animal Rights Activists to San Jose