Ground turkey is being recalled because it could be contaminated with Salmonella, according to news reports.
Truck tires on certain Ford trucks as well as on various other trucks as installed after production are being recalled, according to news reports.
More than 71,000 Jetta Sedans are being recalled to fix a defective wiring system that could cause the vehicle to stall, according to news reports.
Results from a recent survey indicated that due to the slow economy, parents are spending less on cars for their teens.
Toyota is recalling nearly 1.7 million vehicles, continuing its pattern of various recalls over the past couple years.
General Motors is recalling Chevrolet Impalas and Buick LaCrosse because the vehicles could have faulty steering hoses, according to news reports.
Chinese-made Ford Mustangs are being investigated by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, according to news reports.
According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Salsa Cycles is recalling nearly 6,500 Salsa handlebar stems that could crack or break.
Food safety officials are once again linking the deadly E. coli outbreak on vegetable sprouts, according to news reports.
Chrysler Group LLC is recalling more than 250,000 Chrysler vehicles to address a faulty engine problem, according to news reports.
An outbreak of E. coli infections have led to a hazelnut recall across North America, according to news reports.
Toyota is recalling 82,200 hybrid vehicles because of an electronic issue that could cause the vehicle to stall, according to news reports.
If you’re a bicyclist, you may want to consider moving to cities with designated bike lanes, which have been show to make riding safer, according to news reports.
Martha Steward cooking pans are being recalled because they could cause lacerations or burns, according to news reports.
The Consumer Protection Safety Commission last year to ban cribs with a traditional drop side in the United States.
More than 6,000 pickup trucks are being recalled because the vehicles could come out of its “Park” position and move, according to news reports.
Nine pedestrians in Richland and Lexington counties have been struck and killed this year, calling the number of pedestrian deaths “alarming.”
The South Carolina Senate committee is debating legislation that would make people convicted of texting and driving pay a fine.