Summer may be in full swing, but experts have a warning for anyone getting ready to throw a steak on the grill.
A boil order has been issued in Bloomfield Township, New Jersey, after E. coli bacteria were found in water samples.
Researchers exposed six airplane surfaces to both bacterias. The exposed surfaces included arm rests, leather seats, tray tables, seat pockets, window shades, and toilet handles.
A dozen city buildings have been slapped with fines, after a newspaper investigation discovered contaminants in their rooftop water tanks.
The potential contamination is in products with “best by” dates ranging from Jan. 1-Sept. 2014.
The recall is being conducted in consultation with FDA and was based on the testing of a random sample by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. There have been no reported illnesses associated with consumption of this product.
Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. of Dakota City, Neb., recalled 10-pound chubs of chuck fine ground beef 80/20, packed in cases containing eight chubs.
Gov. Dan Malloy says he is pressing the federal government to help Connecticut assess damage caused by Tropical Storm Irene.
Health officials in Nassau County are warning residents to boil water before using after the dangerous bacteria E-coli was found in the water supply.
About 15,000 customers in several suburban New York communities are being advised to boil their water due to the presence of high levels of coliform bacteria.
A sure sign of summer is a nice juicy hamburger being cooked on the grill. But, before you put the ketchup on, U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand wants to make sure it’s safe.
Did you see the story on CBS 2 this morning about the possibility of beef contaminated by E. Coli? Inquiries regarding the recall should be directed to Lucienne Adams of First Class Foods at 310-676-2500.
A California company is recalling approximately 34,373 pounds of organic ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli bacteria, federal officials said Thursday.
Most residents in a western New Jersey town are waiting to learn when they can again drink water without boiling it.
Authorities say a Pennsylvania company has recalled about 8,500 pounds of ground beef that may be contaminated with E. coli.