Frisco Police Investigating Report Of 2 Women Attacked By CoyoteFrisco police are investigating a coyote attack that happened early Monday morning. A woman says her husband helped save two women who were being attacked.
Dog Rescued From Wastewater Treatment PlantA 2-year-old English mastiff is happy to be home, but still stinks after being found stranded in muck at a wastewater treatment plant in Colorado.
Cat Controversy Divides Neighbors In North Richland HillsA North Texas neighborhood says it's overrun with feral cats and one woman is to blame.
Dogs Corner Rabid Skunk Before Animal Control Kills ItA skunk tested positive for rabies last week in Midlothian after Animal Control killed it and sent it off for testing.
New Wave Of Sightings Marks Ongoing Effort To Capture Plano's Stray DogsNearly eight months after a pair of stray dogs attacked a Plano jogger, the dogs remain on the loose. Now as more attacks and sightings continue, the city is asking anyone who sees them to immediately call 911.
Animal Services On Patrol For Pets Left In The ColdAnimal Services in Dallas will patrol this week as temperatures dip to make sure pet owners are keeping animals indoors.
Pair Of Stray Dogs Bite 12-Year-Old In PlanoA pair of stray dogs authorities say are responsible for multiple attacks during the last six months have struck again.
Animal Services Believes Stray Dog Pair Responsible For Biting 7Plano Animal Services is looking for a pair of elusive criminals, but these have four legs. Workers are trying to find a pair of dogs that they say could possibly be responsible for biting up to seven people.
Bat Tests Positive For Rabies In Northwest ArlingtonAnimal Service officials observed and removed an ill-acting Hoary bat from the area of 1100 Forrest Drive.
Denton Animal Services Employee Faces Theft ChargeA supervisor from the City of Denton's Animal Services division has been fired amid accusations that he stole more than $30,000 from the department. Woodie Wilson turned himself over to authorities on Friday morning.
It's Not Too Early To Head Off Migratory BirdsIt may be February, but it’s not too early for North Texans to prepare of the annual invasion of migratory birds -- and the problems some of them can bring.
City Leader Promises Dog Of Ebola Patient Will Be Taken Care OfEver since Dallas nurse Nina Pham tested positive for Ebola there has been an outpouring of concern for not only her, but her dog. Monday Code Enforcement arrived at Pham’s apartment to remove the King Charles spaniel.