Another upsetting case of animal cruelty. This time, Baltimore police arrest a woman after she leaves her two dogs in a hot car–and one dies.
A Baltimore man has pleaded guilty to beating a cat with a metal pole and placing it in a dumpster.
Baltimore police announce major changes to the way it handles animal cruelty just as the city is hit with four horrific cases in one week.
Dangerous dogs–terrorizing parts of Central Maryland. Frederick County farmers say a pair of dogs on the loose has killed dozens of their animals.
A Maryland man is under arrest in a heartbreaking case of animal cruelty. Two dozen puppies and dogs–found in conditions so bad that some had to be put to sleep.
A Severna Park woman has been fined $2,000 for causing unnecessary pain and suffering to cats.
The director of the Reston Zoo has been found guilty of animal cruelty for drowning an injured wallaby.
A Columbia woman on trial for animal cruelty contends her husband was responsible for the 40 dead animals found in her townhouse in January.
A Lewistown woman must find a new home under her plea deal in an animal cruelty case involving more than 80 cats.
A Maryland man convicted of killing a caged kitten will spend a week in jail and perform community service for an animal welfare group.
Animal abuse has long been a fact of life in many parts of Baltimore, but the sadistic torching of a young pit bull in 2009 shook the city into action.
Jury selection could begin as soon as Monday in the retrial of twin brothers accused of setting a pit bull on fire.