Bicycle helmets and children’s popup tents were also among this week’s recalls.
Lifespan hospitals said they treated a number of different injuries from 5 a.m. Tuesday through 10 a.m. Wednesday.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says customers should stop using the chargers and contact Amazon for a refund.
The recall covers certain Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ cars from the 2014 through 2018 model years.
As cryptocurrencies become more mainstream, consumers are starting to use them for for all kinds of transactions.
The packaging of the Bacitraycin Plus doesn’t meet federal safety standards while the Cat & Jack brand jeans pose a laceration hazard.
In the first two months of 2018, Call 12 for Action opened about 250 cases for a wide range of complaints.
The products were sold under the brand names Gusto and Olli at Whole Foods stores across Rhode Island
Shipments of Gravy Train, Kibbles ‘N Bits, Ol’ Roy, and Skippy products are being withdrawn because they may be tainted with a euthanasia dr…
Water can get into the power module, posing a fire hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Graco highchairs, Allen Sports bicycles and PL Sleep children’s nightgowns were also recalled this week.
But Public Safety Commissioner Steve Pare says the cameras are “dead-on accurate.”
The city has already charged speeders more than $1 million.
Healey claims Care.com’s background checks only reviewed Massachusetts Superior Court records, not criminal records from district courts.
Last year, a Cranston detective investigated 37 reports of tax fraud, and he says calls are already coming in this tax season.
Thousands of electric kettles, gas fire pits and electric heated blankets and throws were recalled this week.
According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), the recall is only for a limited amount of the 6.5 oz bags of glazed walnuts.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the front wheel on the jogging stroller can detach.
The company says the levels are only trace amounts and do not pose a threat to pets.
The Consumer Product and Safety Commission says hair dryers, West Elm tables and children’s rompers were recalled this week.
According to R.I. state law, all gyms and health clubs are required to be registered with the Attorney General’s office.
“When I called, they kept blaming the weather,” Chrissy Amado said. “It wasn’t because of weather. It was because of the lack of de-icer.”
22 people have died and more than 180 have been hurt because of the problem.
Riding mowers and crystal mugs were among the products recalled this week.
A spokesperson for Rhode Island AG Peter Kilmartin said the office has not had a chance to review the legislation to understand how it would…