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To reduce work stress, Japan firms turn to office cats, dogs and goats |...

Workaholic Japan is known for long office hours and stressed-out employees, but one company claims to have a cure: cats.

Santa Cruz County educators pioneering LGBTQ history curriculum

Santa Cruz County educators--Michelle Douglas from Kirby School, Travis Parker from Cypress Charter, Alicia Guzman from Santa Cruz High, and Jamie Cutter from Delta School — learn how to implement lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender history into their curriculum at the Community Foundation in Aptos. (Dan Coyro -- Santa Cruz Sentinel)

Beer named after Thor the cat

ISHPEMING -- Cognition Brewery in Ishpeming is continuing its effort to help raise money for homeless pets.

California cat, found 1,500 miles away from home, reunited with owner

May 19 (UPI) -- A California family has been reunited with their pet cat about two months after it went missing during a cross-country road trip.

Company builds custom bed for special-needs child in Pocatello – East Idaho News

POCATELLO — The Christensen family’s dreams came true as Michael and Kevin Herd of Tanglewood Design in Salt Lake City walked up the stairs to their home May 2.

Police and Fire Brigade saved Cat Children in an unused Cellar of a Multi-Family...

On the Evening of 17.05.2017, a Police Car from the Police Station Dormagen moved to a Farm on the Siegstreet.

Holly Springs bans dog, cat pet shop sales

The ordinance amendment to the city’s business codes also prohibits pet shops from offering for adoption a dog or cat younger than eight weeks.

Heavyweight boxer who was bullied growing up now advocates for bullied kids

Retired boxer David Rodriguez joined Tuesday’s “The Morning Blaze with Doc Thompson” to talk about his  brush with death, his new book, and his reasons for supporting President Donald Trump.

‘Reach out to me’: Montreal power-washer dedicated to erasing hate graffiti

A few years ago Corey Fleischer was driving between jobs in a truck with his power-washing tools when he spotted two swastikas and the letters “KKK” spray-painted on a Montreal food delivery van.

City of Boulder donates to fund helping immigrants pay for education

BOULDER, Colo. — In what the city called “a gesture of appreciation and solidarity,” the City of Boulder transferred $10,000 from the City Manager’s Office to a new student relief fund that assists immigrant students at the University of Colorado Boulder, according to a spokesperson Friday.