Consumer Product Safety Commission
Kiddie is recalling more than four million of its disposable fire extinguishers.
Earth movers are busily clearing away the natural surface of a couple of ball fields in Mount Lebanon’s municipal park.
A young boy was injured after the battery in his electronic tablet exploded.
There are more than three million kids who play soccer in the United States, and 44,000 in the Pittsburgh region. That’s a lot of children on the soccer field, and many kids and parents are unaware of a danger on the field — soccer goals tipping over.
Scott is recalling its “Speedster Bicycles” because part of the steering mechanism can break, which poses a risk of falling.
Lea Industries is recalling its bunk beds with bookcases because the beds can be assembled incorrectly.
With the Memorial Day weekend underway, the unofficial start of summer has local pool owners getting their outdoor oasis together.
After the deaths of three women, the federal government is taking action regarding a safety hazard in the home.
Now that warmer weather has arrived, more people will be out doing yard work.
A 5-year-old girl remains in the hospital after falling out of her bedroom window in Ross Township on Thursday afternoon.
A recall has been announced on the popular FitBit wireless wristband activity tracker after thousands of complaints of itchy rashes, blisters, and burns.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates more than 15,000 injuries related to holiday decorating occurred in November and December of last year.
A popular children’s toy is being recalled because of a choking hazard.
Kichler Lighting is recalling the Aztec nine-light fixture, which was exclusively sold at Lowe’s under the Portfolio brand name.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says 41,000 more freezers are being recalled, following a recall in 2010.