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2nd Chance: Amigo


Pet Vet: Knee Problems in Pets - Cruciate Ligament


2nd Chance: Mr. Tom


2nd Chance: Catrick Swayze


Central Indiana couple facing animal cruelty charges


Undercover video alleges animal abuse at Fair Oaks Farms


South Bend falcon chicks banded to track lifespan, movements


SB park storm drain proves tricky for ducklings; city workers step in to help


Michigan children attacked by neighbor's raccoon


Indianapolis Zoo unveils exciting new exhibits


2 sea lion sisters die at Fort Wayne Children's Zoo


Glass thwarts tiger trying to pounce on girl at Potawatomi Zoo


Police: Goose attacks 2 people in suburban Indianapolis


Michiana Humane Society launches new program to help shelter dogs


Potawatomi Zoo opens for the season


La Porte PD mourns after K-9 who provided 5 years of service dies


Michigan man captures first lynx on Lower Peninsula since 1917


Company plans to 'rehome' dogs after ending animal testing


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Too-heavy big rig collapses 100-year-old bridge

There were no injuries, but the bridge over the Goose River near Northwood, North Dakota, collapsed, the sheriff's office said.

Puerto Ricans flood streets, demand governor's resignation

Over 500,000 protesters at the "March of the People," as it's being called, paralyzed the San Juan metropolitan area a day after Ricardo Rosselló said he would not resign.

Authorities suspect 'foul play' in Ole Miss student's death

Alexandria Kostial, from St. Louis, was teaching a fitness class and attending summer school at Ole Miss at the time of her death, her father said.

Body behind cooler in abandoned grocery store ID'd as man missing for nine years

Police said the man climbed on top of the coolers at an Iowa store in late 2009 and fell into a gap, with shoppers apparently passing by his body for years.

Concern over police use of Ring doorbells as crime fighting tool

Some cities are partnering with Amazon to distribute its Ring cameras at a discount to deter crime, but privacy advocates warn more surveillance will unfairly impact minorities.