The stolen Little Havana rooster has found its way back home, and it may have had a wild week partying with college students.
Miami Police found themselves dealing with a chicken caper Tuesday in Little Havana.
A new study estimates nearly half of the meat and poultry sold at U.S. supermarkets and grocery stores is contaminated with a bacteria that can make you very sick. The bacteria is Staphylococcus aureus, also known as staph, which is a common cause of infection in people.
The call went out for police about a suspicious passage, at a bank, buzzing with flies. It wasn’t a bomb, but it was a stinky mess, and only in Miami could it be the cause for an hour-long evacuation of an entire shopping center.