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  • Wildlife safari pays $75K to settle USDA complaint

    GENTRY, Ark. (AP) - The Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari in northwestern Arkansas has agreed to pay a $75,000 fine and plans to reopen this weekend after taking action to resolve a U.S. Department of Agriculture complaint that it violated the Animal Welfare Act. The January 2017 complaint accused the safari

    The Washington Times
  • Wildlife safari pays $75K to settle USDA complaint

    The Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari in northwestern Arkansas has agreed pay a $75,000 fine so it can reopen following a U.S. Department of Agriculture complaint that it violated the Animal Welfare Act.

    thenewstribune
  • Mafia heir pays tribute to Gambino crime boss Frank Cali, 53,

    Giovanni Gambino (right) told DailyMail.com that 53-year-old 'Franky Boy' was a constant feature in the New York charity scene and was someone they looked up to growing up.

    Mail Online
  • Arkansas wildlife safari park pays $75K fine, hopes to reopen this weekend

    The Wild Wilderness Drive-Through Safari in northwestern Arkansas has agreed to pay a $75,000 fine and plans to reopen this weekend after taking action to resolve a U.S. Department of Agriculture complaint that it violated the Animal Welfare Act.

    USA TODAY