Famed LA Mountain Lion’s Death Shines Light on Tribal Talks

Famed LA Mountain Lion's Death Shines Light on Tribal Talks

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The life of Los Angeles’ most famous mountain lion followed a path known only to the biggest of Hollywood stars: Discovered on-camera in 2012, the cougar adopted a stage name and enjoyed a decade of celebrity status before his tragic death late last year. The popular puma gained fame as P-22 … Read more

Police: Man Arrested in Taking of Monkeys From Dallas Zoo

Police: Man Arrested in Taking of Monkeys From Dallas Zoo

DALLAS (AP) — A 24-year-old man has been arrested in the case of the two monkeys taken from the Dallas Zoo after he was spotted near the animal exhibits at an aquarium in the city, police said Friday. Davion Irvin was arrested Thursday and was charged with six counts of animal cruelty, Dallas police said. … Read more

Dolphins, Humans Both Benefit From Fishing Collaboration

Dolphins, Humans Both Benefit From Fishing Collaboration

A fishing community in southern Brazil has an unusual ally: wild dolphins. Accounts of people and dolphins working together to hunt fish go back millennia, from the time of the Roman Empire near what is now southern France to 19th century Queensland, Australia. But while historians and storytellers have recounted the human point of view, … Read more

Phoenix Man Accused of Offering Tiger Cub to Cops for $20K

Phoenix Man Accused of Offering Tiger Cub to Cops for $20K

PHOENIX (AP) — A Phoenix man has been arrested after he allegedly offered to sell a tiger cub to undercover police officers for $20,000, authorities said Tuesday. Police said 25-year-old Carlos Castro-Alcaraz was arrested Monday night on felony wildlife offenses after advertising the cub for sale on social media. According to police, officers later served … Read more

Feds Deny Emergency Call to Slow Ships, Ease Whale Strikes

Nevada Cannabis Regulators Issue Product Pesticide Advisory

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The federal government has denied a request from a group of environmental organizations to immediately apply proposed ship-speed restrictions in an effort to save a vanishing species of whale. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is considering new rules designed to stop large ships from colliding with North Atlantic right whales. … Read more