About one in five Rhode Islanders have unclaimed property, according to the general treasurer’s office.
Some Bush Hog lawnmower and Sleep Number foot warmers were recalled this week.
The company said owners of the affected vehicles should receive a notification in the mail beginning in January.
The recalled products were distributed to retail stores nationwide, including Trader Joe’s.
The FDA said the company has received no reports of illnesses from the corn and the recall is out of an abundance of caution.
Since 2015, more than 500,000 hoverboards have been recalled.
The amount of money victims receive will depend on how much was lost and the number of people who submit valid claims, according to the FTC.
World Against Toys Causing Harm (W.A.T.C.H.) issued a warning to parents on Tuesday.
The breach lasted from mid-May through July, according to the credit reporting agency, but customers weren’t notified until September.
The recall covers several Empire Kosher Poultry products that were sold nationwide.
OshKosh Baby B’gosh has received three reports of a snap detaching from the jackets.
RIDOH announced that Nature’s Touch Frozen Foods is recalling its frozen organic fine whole green beans due to potential listeria contaminat…
Most afternoons, when Gabriel Melo gets home from school, he puts on his super hero vest.
A local expert says scammers often use real addresses and photos from real listings to try to steal money from potential renters.
Milk was left off of the ingredient list of several packaged chocolate products.
The extinguishers can become clogged, or require excessive force, and can fail to work during an emergency.
Across the area, there have been dozens of reports of toppled trees and crushed cars following the strong storm Sunday night into Monday.
The sets were sold on Amazon.com from Jan. 2017 through Oct. 2017.
CPSC says babies could strangle themselves on the side rope crossbars on the recalled gym.
The lawsuit claims, “the damage done to these individuals may follow them for the rest of their lives.”
“We’ve already lost a few vendors,” Keenan said. “We’re going to have to leave Warwick because we simply can’t afford it.”
Fisher-Price issued the recall after receiving 36 reports of the product overheating.
The recalled products have “best if used by” dates ranging from Oct. 11 to Oct. 20 printed on the front of the packaging.
The CPSC said the company received five reports of the power cords overheating and causing fires resulting in property damage.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled toys, take them away from young children and contact Kids Preferred for a free replacem…