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(Source: Red Robin/CBS4)

“Red Robin” Wants Workers For First South Florida Location

The first of 2 South Florida locations for the fast growing Red Robin burger restaurant chain is planning an April opening, and it’s looking for about 100 people to staff the first restaurant, which will open at The Falls.

CBS4–03/08/2012

(Source: Boynton Beach Police Department)

Police Crow About Rescuing Rooster From The Ring

Why does a man go to the post office to pick up a live rooster? Police in Boynton Beach say Danny Pham wanted his fowl for fighting, and that’s against the law. Pham had a date with a judge, and his mail-order chicken was saved from the cock-righting ring.

CBS4–12/29/2011

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Chicken Breasts Recalled Over Fears Of Listeria Contamination

The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced a recall of cooked chicken that was shipped to Florida over concerns it may be contaminated with Listeria.

CBS4–12/12/2011

Pablo Canton, the administrator of Miami’s Neighborhood Enhancement Team who owns the rooster is happy that the rooster was returned. (Source: El Nuevo Herald)

Victim Of Rooster Heist Gets New Paint Job

A giant rooster sculpture stolen from the streets of Little Havana, and then returned with a plain vanilla paint job had his true colors restored for all to see Saturday.

09/24/2011

Pablo Canton, the administrator of Miami’s Neighborhood Enhancement Team who owns the rooster is happy that the rooster was returned. (Source: El Nuevo Herald)

Witness Says Stolen Rooster Was Vandalized On FIU Campus

The stolen Little Havana rooster has found its way back home, and it may have had a wild week partying with college students.

CBS4–09/22/2011

An iconic rooster was stolen from the sidewalk in front of El Pub Restaurant in Little Havana (CBS4)

Iconic Rooster Disappears From Calle Ocho

Miami Police found themselves dealing with a chicken caper Tuesday in Little Havana.

CBS4–09/20/2011

Tainted Meat

Study: Half Of Supermarket Meat May Have Staph Bug

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.

CBS4–04/15/2011

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No Bomb, Just Guts, Closes S. Dade Shopping Center

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.

02/01/2011

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