Three days ago, a female pug-mix was found wandering a ranch property in blistering heat with an engorged tongue, swollen because it had been pulled out and clinched between its jaws. Its snout was secured shut with packing tape. But on Friday, Parker County authorities send word: Hope has a new home.
Debuting at the Nation Theater of London in 2007, the jaw-dropping theatrical experience of “War Horse” quickly became a favorite of the critics and fans.
Veterinarians say the dog that was tortured and abandoned in Parker County is well on the way to recovery and garnering support from such far-off places as London.
Swimmer Michael Phelps, who already owns 14 Olympic medals, is one of 228 Americans making a return trip to the games.
Brendan Hansen, who retired from swimming after Beijing, couldn’t stay away. He made his comeback worthwhile by winning the 100-meter breaststroke at the Olympic trials on Tuesday.
Marquise Goodwin won the U.S. track trials long jump with a personal best of 27 feet, 4 inches on his final attempt, putting him on the Olympic team on Sunday.
Baylor Lady Bears standout Brittney Griner will not play for the U.S. women’s basketball team at the Olympics in London this summer.
By playing in the Olympics, professional basketball players risk injury, add miles onto their bodies and give up a lot of free time. Is more incentive needed?
As the reigning world champion in the decathlon, Trey Hardee should figure as the big favorite at the London Olympics — except for the scar on his elbow.
An international Super Bowl? That is something that has apparently been discussed, specifically bringing the big game to London.
The world is full of vacation hot spots, from bustling cities full of culture to calming shores untouched by civilization. Where would you like to travel?
Teddy bears, flowers, and personal messages line the fence outside the East Dallas home where Raymond and Mary Davis lived.