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The jalapeno seasoning on some Lay’s and Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked potato chips may be contaminated with salmonella.
Also recalled this week were food dehydrators and dining chairs.
Supporters say the chemicals are dangerous when inhaled or absorbed into the skin while opponents say the chemicals play an important role i…
Taxes are due Tuesday, and an estimated 40 million tax payers haven’t filed yet.
Standard Homeopathic Company halted the production and distribution of the tablets in October 2016, but the products may remain on store she…
The store-within-a-store is set to open Saturday at the Providence Place Mall.
The recall covers approximately 146,000 disposals made under 10 different brand names by Anaheim Manufacturing Company.
According the Department of Transportation, more than 434,000 passengers were voluntarily bumped from flights on U.S. airlines in 2016.
“Teenagers and their families can drop hundreds of dollars during prom season. BBB advises shopping with accredited businesses to avoid scam…
There are 11,638 pending applications in system, a 15% drop from the total backlog reported last week.
Here’s what you need to know if your vehicle is damaged in a construction zone and you plan to file a claim through RIDOT.
The state released a list of 55 serious issues still affecting its troubled computer system for benefits.
“They target one neighborhood, then they move to another neighborhood,” Kilmartin said. “It’s been gradually moving around the state.”
According to data released Friday afternoon, the number of pending applications is fewer than 14,000.
There were 2,292 gas leaks in Rhode Island in 2015. More than 900 required immediate repairs.
Some business owners say paid sick time is a basic human right while others say state government shouldn’t be involved in employment benefit…
The $364-million, Deloitte-built computer system has been riddled with defects that have affected health care and benefits.
Generation Z – born in the mid-90’s and early 2000’s – has $44 billion worth of buying power, according to the National Retail Federation.
“We’ve noticed changes in spending,” said LDC’s vice president. “We might have had a large customer ordering 10 palates of product monthly. …
Recalls were also issued this week for Little Giant ladders and one type of Ronzoni pasta.
“This is much more than politics,” said the governor. “‘Trumpcare’ will hurt many people in Rhode Island. Lives are literally at risk.”
The recall covers two styles of bibs; the “pocket” style and the “cover-up” style, which were sold in packages of twelve from January 2008 t…
Officials argue the GOP plan will cut hundreds of millions of dollars in funding and make insurance more expensive for older residents.
The owner’s tax preparer told Call 12 for Action she has two other clients who were also charged more than once.