A Coachella woman accused of tossing seven puppies into a dumpster pleaded not guilty to multiple felony counts of animal cruelty.
Authorities say good Samaritans have rescued a newborn baby from inside a Northern California dumpster in scorching heat.
Several puppies who were tossed in a dumpster in California on a scorching day last week may not have been found had it not been for a homeless man digging for bottles to recycle.
The puppies, believed to be terrier mixes, are now safe in the hands of animal services and are so small they need to be bottle-fed.
Authorities on Monday confirmed the arrest of a 54-year-old woman accused of dumping seven newborn puppies into a Coachella dumpster.
Authorities are trying to identify a woman captured by security cameras tossing seven newborn puppies into a dumpster in Southern California.
Police: Culver City Couple May Have Discarded 6-month-old In Dumpster, Landfill Near Corona Searched
Culver City police Lt. Troy Dunlap confirmed Monday the search has taken investigators to the El Sobrante Landfill.
Police say the woman had climbed into the dumpster to look for items she might want to take.
The dead minke whale that didn't quite fit in a small dumpster spent Monday night sitting in the parking lot at Jenness State Beach while waiting for a larger one to arrive Tuesday morning.
Efforts to move a deceased whale from a New Hampshire beach did not go quite as planned on Monday when crews tried using a dumpster to haul it away. Officials with the Seacoast Science Center in Rye said...