Police: Fox Bites Child, 2 Staffers At Connecticut Elementary SchoolWhen police and an animal control worker arrived, the tried to catch the animal, but it was shot and killed when it tried to attack an officer, police said.
NJ Animal Control Officers Concerned By Spike In Rabies CasesAn alarming spike in rabies has caused concern in part of New Jersey and officials want to get the word out.
Lakewood Township, N.J. Residents Concerned After Fox AttackPolice in Lakewood Township, N.J., were on alert Monday after a fox attacked a child.
News Corp. Acquires 49 Percent YES Network StakeNews Corporation has acquired a 49 percent stake in the YES Network.
Fox Caught In Ossining; Officials Hope To Catch Three OthersThe animal is part of a family of foxes that had been terrorizing residents of Osage Street for weeks.
Following Series Of Encounters, Family Of Foxes Has Ossining Residents On AlertEvery night at 8:30 p.m. one of the foxes takes a stroll down Osage Street in Ossining, but the fox is no friend of the hound in this town. In fact, it's war.
Viewers In NY Will Lose Some Channels On Direct TVTribune Broadcasting said there's been no settlement with DirecTV Inc. in their contract negotiations, which means DirecTV subscribers in 19 U.S. markets are losing access to certain programming.
NFL Renews Television Deals With CBS, Fox And NBCThe deals will also expand the number of Thursday night games on NFL Network, but the league has not determined how many additional contests will be aired.
Wayne, N.J. Residents Warned Of Possibly Rabid Fox Roaming AroundThe Wayne Township police department said they received four complaints yesterday from residents about a fox behaving "strangely."
Early Ratings Indicate TV History For Super BowlGreen Bay's victory over Pittsburgh in the Super Bowl has surpassed last year's record-setting game in the Nielsen Co.'s preliminary ratings measurement of big cities.
Fox Plays It Safe With Super Bowl XLV BroadcastFox hoped its broadcast of Sunday's clash between the Steelers and the Packers would be enough to overtake last year's Super Bowl broadcast by CBS. Some 106.5 million tuned in last February, unseating the finale of "M-A-S-H" as the most-watched program ever.