Testing of the remains of a second calf housed near a popular ice cream stand in Tiverton has confirmed that it did not have rabies.
Rhode Island officials say a second calf housed near a popular ice cream stand in Tiverton has died and will be tested for rabies.
Rhode Island health officials say anyone who had contact with a black-and-white calf in Tiverton should contact health officials because the animal may have had rabies.
Panda the calf returned Thursday night, enticed by a female.
A principal dressed up as Lady Gaga and milked a cow after losing bet with students.
Pelham police say they were justified in using a Taser several times on a cow, despite a complaint from its owner.