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Panthers No Longer Allowing Rat Throwing

Rats have been associated with the Florida Panthers since the team made a run to the Stanley Cup Finals in 1996. But if you were hoping to buy them at the Bank Atlantic Center, you’re out of luck.

CBS4–04/23/2012

(Source: Joel Auerbach/Getty Images) Goaltender Jose Theodore #60  of the Florida Panthers ends up in the net after stopping a shot by Zach Parise #9 of the New Jersey Devils in Game Two of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals during the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs at the BankAtlantic Center on April 15, 2012  in Sunrise, Florida. The Panthers defeated the Devils 4-2.

Panthers Even Up Playoff Series, Beat Devils 4-2

Stephen Weiss scored the first two playoff goals of his career, Jose Theodore stopped 23 shots and the Panthers got their first playoff victory since April 17, 1997, topping the New Jersey Devils 4-2 on Sunday night to even the first-round series at a game apiece.

CBS4–04/16/2012

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Panthers Bringing Rats Back Tuesday Night

It’s been around 15 years since the rats last rained down on the ice for the Florida Panthers. But, with the team in first place, the rats will once again be for sale, at least for one night.

CBS4–12/13/2011

(CBS4) Crews remove the dilapidated above ground pool from the unmaintained Barahona home in SW Miami-Dade on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2011.

Repairs Made To Empty Barahona Home

A major cleanup job took place Wednesday at the empty home of Carmen and Jorge Barahona, who have been charged in the killing of their 10-year-old daughter Nubia and torture of their son Victor.

CBS4–09/14/2011

Carmen and Jorge Barahona

Barahona Home In Disrepair Months After Arrests

Six months after Carmen and Jorge Barahona were jailed for the killing of their seven-year-old daughter Nubia, their house sits abandoned in Southwest Miami-Dade.

CBS4–08/22/2011

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Rats! Tamarac Elementary School Dealing With Infestation

Classrooms at Tamarac Elementary School are being taken over by pesky little critters.

CBS4–12/17/2010

I-Team: Metromover System In Decay

Miami’s Metromover moves eight million people a year around Downtown Miami. So when the system came to a crashing halt Tuesday many took notice. While Metromover has a fairly good track record, documents obtained by the CBS4 I-Team show it is a troubled, decaying system.

CBS4–07/21/2010

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