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 recall has been announced on the popular FitBit wireless wristband activity tracker after thousands of complaints of itchy rashes, blisters, and burns.
Roughly 200,000 trendy pacifiers are being recalled due to a risk that a baby using one could choke.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says 41,000 more freezers are being recalled, following a recall in 2010.
There’s a warning from Consumer Reports about microwave ovens that the magazine’s experts believe can turn on by themselves and start fires.
New numbers show a record number of people were killed by falling televisions, furniture, and appliances in 2011.
GE is recalling some popular front-loading washers.
There is a recall under way for Mr. Coffee Single Cup Brewers because the coffee maker can unexpectedly open and shoot hot water on the user. For more details, click here to visit the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s website.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a voluntary recall of about 21,000 gas dryers due to a fire hazard.
Halloween costumes must meet federal flammability standards, but it doesn’t mean they won’t burn. With the help of the Holiday Park Fire Department, KDKA-TV’s Susan Koeppen set several costumes on fire – all of them are currently on store shelves and were purchased from various retailers.
As the Fourth of July holiday gets closer, safety officials are issuing annual reminders on being careful when handling fireworks.
More than seven million tea lights are under a voluntary recall because they could pose a fire hazard.
The government is warning people not to use those giant see-through inflatable spheres known as water walking balls.