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  • Southern California animal lovers' calendar: Weekend of July 24-25 and beyond

     
    If you want to adopt a pet, volunteer at the L.A. Zoo or meet fellow animal lovers while enjoying a nice cocktail (or two), there's an event for you coming up in Southern California. Here are the events that hit......
  • Captain Nathan Hale Middle School

    School: Captain Nathan Hale Middle School Town: Coventry Slug: "Mototown USA" Status: Broadcast Length: 50 (use pad at beginning) DELIVERY: Good delivery. Easy to follow. Nice location and creative touch holding the helmet in the stand up. Next time...
  • Michigan Company to Invest $1 Billion

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) A solar power technology company says it will invest up to $1 billion in Michigan, creating about 300 jobs. Hemlock Semiconductor Corp. told the Michigan Economic Growth Authority about its plans Monday morning, and the economic...
  • Houston SPCA Hosts Low Cost Microchip Clinic

    (Houston, June 2, 2009) When Hurricane Ike hit Galveston Island less than a year ago, many people were sadly separated from their furry companions. The Houston SPCA knows that losing a pet can be devastating and is inviting the public to take part in...
  • Dog found in North County traced to Saudi Arabia

    Dog found in North County traced to Saudi Arabia
    County animal officials are looking for the owner of a Saluki dog that was traced through a microchip to a military training center in Saudi Arabia. The dog, a neutered male Saluki named Rejuvenizer, was found on June 15 in Escondido, officials said. The...
  • Dog Found in SoCal May Be From Saudi Arabia

    Dog Found in SoCal May Be From Saudi Arabia
    CARLSBAD-- A lost dog in a Carlsbad animal shelter may be thousands of miles away form his home-- in Saudi Arabia. The knee-high, pure-bred Saluki with light tan fur and an estimated age of 5 to 6 years old who was brought into the shelter last week...
  • Dog's ID code in passport: Is it ruined?

    Question: We are traveling to France with our dog, which was recently "eurochipped" for identification in Europe. We were provided a small bar-coded sticker with the microchip number, which I stuck on the last page of my passport for safekeeping and...
  • Frightened pets reunite with worried owners

    The North County Human Society is a busy place the day after the 4th of July. Frightened pets and worried owners are looking to find each other after the Independence Day celebration. It's a happy reunion for Marge Schlosser and her two pets, Maggie, a...
  • Stolen dog reunites with owner through microchip

    Stolen dog reunites with owner through microchip
    A Joshua Tree woman will be reunited today withher poodle, who was stolen from the family car while they were visiting MissionBeach last week. The poodle was reported stolen from the family's vehicle at Belmont Parkon Aug.7, said County Animal Shelter...
  • Day 5: BCS ratings wracked nerves of fans

    As Virginia Tech steamed toward an unbeaten regular season in 1999 and the national championship game, the attention of Hokie Nation was divided between the team and a complicated and maddening rating system. The Bowl Championship Series is one of the...
  • Texas Instruments becomes leaner to take on competitors

    Q: Does Texas Instruments Inc. stock have potential? -- C.M., via the Internet A: The decision of major customers Nokia Corp. and Ericsson LM to work with additional suppliers has been a disappointment for the world's largest maker of cell phone chips....
  • How secure are U.S.' new 'smart' passports?

    In a scary video on YouTube, an explosion in a trash can, which appears to be wirelessly triggered by a passport equipped with a computer chip, blows away a dummy. Two caveats: That's not a real passport, and even Kevin Mahaffey, the L.A. security...