Heartland Rescue Ranch receives more than 200 animals in the past two weeks

National organizations and local animal control look to improve welfare, control population

Community service day held at Heartland Rescue Ranch

Gag grouper season kicks off April 1 in Franklin County

Goat yoga offers a unique way to exercise

Concern raised over fish found off of Franklin County coast

Gulf World releases eight rehabilitated sea turtles

Gulf World rehabilitating stranded dolphin and cold-stunned sea turtles

Bay County Animal Control is almost back to normal

Dog shot after attacking Panama City police officer and citizens

Zoo World celebrates National Visit a Zoo Day

Alaqua Animal Refuge waiving adoption fees for December

Facebook page reunites pets and owners after Hurricane Michael

60 sea turtles flown in to Gulf World Marine Institute

Zoo World confirms death of two big cats after Hurricane Michael

Heartland Rescue Ranch making a difference after Michael

The ASPCA and Bay County Humane Society are rescuing displaced animals

Panama City Beach- Where are all the animals going?

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Director John Singleton is in coma after stroke, court documents say

Singleton suffered a stroke on April 17. His mother is seeking to be appointed temporary conservator to make medical and financial decisions.

Nearly 300 quarantined in measles scare at 2 Los Angeles universities

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Muslim woman poses for photo in front of anti-Islam protesters in viral photo

“Kindness is a mark of faith. Those who aren’t kind have no faith,” Shayma Ismaa'eel captioned the image taken outside an Islamic convention.

Fake heiress Anna Sorokin convicted for scamming her way into a life of luxury

Using the name Anna Delvey, Sorokin told people her father was a diplomat or an oil baron and went to extraordinary lengths to have others pay her way.

Andrew Freund's parents killed him days before they reported him missing, police say

JoAnn Cunningham and Andrew Freund Sr. made their first court appearance Thursday and were ordered to be held on $5 million bonds.