Woman In Cruelty Case Says Someone Else Poisoned HorseA 71-year-old woman who was convicted of animal cruelty in the death of one horse says the animal must have been poisoned by someone else.
Wild Horses From West Up For Adoption In MichiganAbout 40 wild horses and burros will be trucked from the West to Michigan to be offered for adoption at an event this month.
Boy Held After Fire That Killed 10 Horses Is FreedA teen arrested in connection with a suspicious barn fire near Flint that killed 10 horses has been released.
10 Horses Dead After Michigan Barn FireAuthorities say 10 horses are dead following a barn fire in the Flint area.
10 Horses Rescued From Crumbling Detroit WarehouseInvestigators with the Michigan Humane Society and Detroit Animal Control officers have seized 10 horses from a warehouse on the city's west side.
Neglected Horses Seized From Livingston County FarmA Cohoctah Township woman with a history of animal-neglect complaints is again facing charges she neglected her horses.
Photo Of Defendants In Halloween Costumes Delays SentencingA sentencing hearing for two women charged in a Michigan animal cruelty case involving 30 emaciated horses has been postponed after the court was given a photo of them dressed up as a judge and prisoner.
Neogen Acquires Macleod PharmaceuticalsNeogen Corp. announced that it has acquired the stock of Macleod Pharmaceuticals, an animal health company headquartered in Fort Collins, Colo. The family-owned business is the original manufacturer of Uniprim, a popular antibiotic for horses.
Horses Go Hungry As Hay Prices SoarThe drought and excessive heat has led to a new crisis as we head into fall: A dramatic increase in the number of starving, abandoned horses across the state.
Meet Detroit's Mounted PoliceThese crime fighters stand more than seven feet tall and weigh more than a thousand pounds -- and kids love them.
Authorities Say Michigan Woman Neglected HorsesAuthorities said two malnourished horses had to be euthanized after authorities and a veterinarian inspected property in Grand Traverse County's Fife Lake Township, and five others were taken away to receive care.