The soft-shell crab-eating season is upon us. As the temperatures rise, those little crabs are harvested before their new exoskeleton can harden, producing an almost entirely edible delicacy that you don’t have to crack open.
Laguna Beach police detectivessay a suspect trespassed onto the property of the Pacific Marine Mammal Center and introduced a large amount of chlorine into the water filtration system between 8 p.m. April 27 and 6 a.m. April 28.
Spring break in and around the City of Angels is like no other.
Southland animal rights activists Tuesday offered a $5,000 reward for anyone with information leading to an arrest in the case of a possible animal sacrifice case.
Residents in one San Fernando Valley neighborhood are protesting what they say is an assembly line-style operation of blessing – and killing – chickens.
The district attorney’s office says 30-year-old Danny Fis pleaded no contest to one count each of animal cruelty and unlawful driving or taking of a vehicle and was sentenced Tuesday to 16 months in prison.
If Los Angeles reduces the number of shelter animals killed to 10 percent, it would qualify as a no-kill city. At the current reduction rate, LA could become the nation’s largest no-kill city by 2017.
The mayor of Norwalk has increased patrols in the neighborhood, hoping to figure out if there is, indeed, a mountain lion roaming the streets.
Authorities Tuesday night said a dead animal, not a human body, was inside a donated freezer at a thrift shop in Loma Linda.
The FDA has been unable to establish what was causing the pets to die and develop kidney-related problems.
Three dogs were being held in quarantine Wednesday after one of the animals bit a woman outside of a South Los Angeles elementary school.
The circus may never again be coming to West Hollywood.
A Riverside couple who posted a picture of their dog with a plastic bag over its head on Facebook said they’re getting death threats.
A longtime battle between circus organizers and animal rights activists has returned to Los Angeles.
From day one when parents beg their babies to make myriad animal noises, trips to the zoo are a given. Kids get to feed, touch and interact with animals they’d never see at home. Orange County’s best zoos and aquariums offer a little more: They’re educational, entertaining and accommodating of even the most squirrelly little ones.