Over 200,000 Hoverboards Recalled Due To Battery Packs OverheatingThe U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission says the board's removable lithium ion battery packs can overheat and catch fire.
GM Extends Recall To Cover All Chevy Bolts Due To Fire RiskThe GM recall announced Friday adds about 73,000 Bolts from the 2019 through 2022 model years to a previous recall of 69,000 older Bolts.
Hostess Recalls Hot Dog, Hamburger Buns Over Listeria, Salmonella ConcernsHostess says it hasn't received any reports of illness.
Midwestern Pet Foods Receives Warning From FDA After Hundreds Of Pet Deaths, IllnessesThe agency says more than 130 dogs may have died and another 200 may have gotten sick after eating contaminated food made by the manufacturer.
At Least 7 In New York Sickened In Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Recalled Frozen Chicken ProductsThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 28 people in eight states, including New York and Connecticut, have gotten sick.
Several Brands Of Organic Carrots Recalled Due To Salmonella ConcernsSo far, there have been no reports of anyone getting sick.
Johnson & Johnson Recalling Neutrogena, Aveeno Aerosol Sunscreen Products Over Benzene ConcernsThe company says some samples of the products contained low levels of benzene, which is classified as a carcinogen.
GM Warns Some Bolt Owners To Park Outdoors Due To Fire RiskThe latest request comes after two Bolts that had gotten recall repairs caught fire, one in Vermont and the other in New Jersey, GM spokesman Kevin Kelly said.
Consumer Alert: Tyson Foods Recalling Some Ready-To-Eat Chicken ProductsTyson Foods is recalling almost 8.5 million pounds of its ready-to-eat chicken.
Thousands Of Tesla Vehicles Recalled Over Potential Cruise Control ProblemAccording to the company, the cruise control system could be activated by mistake, resulting in accidental acceleration.
Dole Recalls Fresh Blueberries Sold In New York Due To Potential Parasitic ContaminationThe affected products were sold in 6-ounce, 18-ounce, 24-ounce and pint containers.