Family’s New Dog Mauls 4-Year-Old To Death, Inures Child’s Mother SHERMAN TOWNSHIP, MI — Police say a 4-year-old girl was mauled to death by a dog that the family had just gotten that day. On Oct 23, Kiyana McNeal and her mother were outside of their home with a dog they had just gotten to replace the family dog that ... 10/26/2016 - 4:44 am | View Link
Dion Dublin: How my family's cancer battle drove me to fight back And in February this year his dog Frank was even diagnosed with cancer. He said: “Obviously cancer is important to everybody, it’s a devastating thing, but in recent years it has had a big affect on my family. “I lost my mum to breast cancer and my ... 10/26/2016 - 4:24 am | View Link
4-year-old girl killed by family's new dog A MI family in mourning after their newly adopted pet killed a four-year-old girl. Lillywhite said the family had just gotten the dog - initially believed to be a Doberman or Doberman mix - that attacked them. She said she is not sure how they were able to ... 10/25/2016 - 10:26 pm | View Link
Dog killed after being shot on family's front porch Investigators in Washington County said a family pet was shot and killed with a crossbow late last week. The family and police are looking into who and why the dog was killed. Bronx was a three-year-old German Shepherd / Beagle mix and, not only a ... 10/24/2016 - 3:27 pm | View Link
Abandoned Dog Curls Up To Die In A Family’s Bathroom "A Simple Act Of Caring Is Heroic." Dylan’s owners abandoned him just when he need their help. He was just days away from death, and he seemed to know it. Dylan had maggots that were growing inside his ear – and they were spreading fast. In a few short ... 10/22/2016 - 8:23 pm | View Link
All Of Family's Neuroses Projected Onto Dog KANSAS CITY, MO—Providing a brief warning before the footage began playing, several lines of text that preceded a three-minute video clip from a police officer’s ... 10/16/2016 - 7:57 pm | View Website
Family's dog shot in east Indianapolis neighborhood An east Indianapolis family is stunned and looking for answers to who shot their dog - who will lose one of her legs due to her wounds. "She (was) shot in the leg ... 10/15/2016 - 11:58 am | View Website
Maid of Honor Carries Family's Dying Dog Down Aisle for ... A maid of honor carried a bride's beloved dog down the aisle this month when the pup was too weak to meet her and the groom at the end. "Both of us just ... 09/15/2016 - 9:45 pm | View Website
Veteran’s Service Dog Stolen from Family’s Yard | FOX40 Nothing will ever fill the void in Kayela Marsh's life that left when she said goodbye to her 2-month-old son Noah. He died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ... 09/11/2016 - 2:09 am | View Website
Neighbor shoots family’s barking dog – WSVN 7News | Miami ... (WSVN) - Their dog was barking at a neighbor. He says he was afraid and shot the dog. They said he was safe inside his home and came out to shoot their dog. 06/26/2016 - 7:53 pm | View Website
Surely, someone will be the butt of a joke about two restaurants fighting over a burro logo. But, it is no joke. A pair of Austin eateries are locked in a legal battle over the word "burro" and a picture of a donkey.
Hempstead Town's Industrial Development Agency has officially hired a Saratoga Springs-based economic development firm to study the effects of the tax breaks the agency granted in 2014 to the Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream.
By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor email@example.comGoogle parent company Alphabet has halted its plans to expand fast Google Fiber internet service to Oklahoma City and other cities throughout the country.
In an announcement made on the Google Fiber blog Tuesday night, the company said it will continue to operate in cities where the internet service has launched or is under construction.
Google in October 2015 named Oklahoma City one of its "potential Fiber cities," saying the company was considering the community for expansion.
"For most of our 'potential Fiber cities' — those where we've been in exploratory discussions — we're going to pause our operations and offices while we refine our approaches," Craig Barratt, senior vice president of Alphabet and CEO of Access, said in the blog post Tuesday night.