A recall has been issued for Primewell brand tires over concerns that the “sidewalls can crack and lose air, increasing the risk of a crash.” The recall was issued by Giti Tire USA, a California-based company that distributes the tires. So far the recall includes an estimated 394,000 Valera Touring II replacement passenger car tires that have been sold to a number of different Firestone stores.
New reports out of Columbus, Ohio have parents of young babies concerned. Recently, Kroger Supermarkets issued a safety recall for a certain brand of baby water often used when making bottles of formula.
Watch out, Whole Foods shoppers! Willow Tree Poultry Farm has issued a recall of an estimated 440 pounds of tuna salad products sold at Whole Foods stores throughout Connecticut, New York, and New Jersey because the products were misbranded as Buffalo Style Chicken Salad.
AT&T’s Contracts Not Friendly At All According to Senators
The Trump administration doesn’t seem to consider worker health to be very important in the grand scheme of things. Yet another Obama era protection has been dropped by the Labor Department in a mad rush to undo regulations whether we need them or not. In this case, workers at construction sites and shipyards are likely to be exposed to higher levels of beryllium.
City Of Chicago Under Heat For Civil Rights Violations
Hefty Fine and Prison Time For Improper Asbestos Abatement
A popular brand of fireworks is being recalled in four states over concerns that they “can unintentionally explode.” What fireworks are affected by the recall? The TNT Red, White, & Blue Smoke fireworks, which are “intended to emit colored smoke, not explode,” are the fireworks under question. Already three people have suffered burns in separate incidents, prompting the Consumer Products Safety Commission to issue a safety alert earlier this week.