Animals

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?


Humane Society of Bay County in need of donations


Angel the bottlenose dolphin dies


Healing Paws for Warriors


Walton and Okaloosa counties get more than $35,000 to help deter bears


Heartland Rescue Ranch opens gates for livestock needing safe haven from Florence


Moving memorial for man's best friend.


Tropical depression Gordon damages turtle nests


ZooWorld experiences baby boom


Reward for information on dog cruelty case almost $10,000


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Best-selling author Sherrilyn Kenyon claims in suit husband poisoned her

Sherrilyn Kenyon, author of the "Dark-Hunter" series, says in a lawsuit that her husband, who has filed for divorce, orchestrated a plot to try and poison her over several years.

Black workers at GM plant where nooses were found allege ongoing harassment

"I left because it got to a point where I didn’t want to deal with the racial tension and toxic environment anymore," one former worker told NBC News.

Les Moonves is going to arbitration to fight for $120M payout from CBS

The entertainment mogul left the network last year under a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations.

Jury awards dishwasher $21 million after boss scheduled her to work Sundays

A jury has awarded Marie Jean Pierre $21.5 million, finding that her boss violated the devout Christian’s religious rights by repeatedly scheduling her to work on Sundays and ultimately firing her.

U.S. military using ‘role players’ for military training exercises

The village of Eugen looks like it’s somewhere in the Middle East, complete with homes, marketplaces, and mosques. But looks can be deceiving. “Eugen” is actually inside California’s Fort Irwin, home to the military’s largest, artificially-constructed town used to train U.S. troops.