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Target recalls clothes for infants and toddlers over possible choking hazard

Target is recalling clothing for infants and toddlers over potential choking hazards. The superstore has recalled infant rompers from Cloud Island and a swimsuit from Cat & Jack.

Romaine lettuce recalled in NC and 19 other states

A new romaine lettuce recall is underway in North Carolina, 19 other states, and Puerto Rico because of E. Coli concerns.

Cottonelle recalls some wipes over possible bacteria concerns

Kimberly-Clark is recalling some of its Cottonelle Flushable Wipes products due to the possible presence of bacteria that can lead to infection in some individuals.

Ford recalls midsize SUVs to fix possible brake fluid leaks

Ford is recalling more than 558,000 midsize SUVs in North America because the brakes may not work properly.

FDA warns Americans of toxic hand sanitizers

U.S. health officials are warning Americans again to avoid a growing list of imported hand sanitizers that may be contaminated with the toxic chemical methanol.

Fresh Express Southwest Chopped salad kits sold in NC recalled

Publix stores are recalling some salads sold in all of its stores across North Carolina.

Inclined infant sleeper accessory recalled to prevent suffocation risk

51,000 bassinets and incline sleepers for infants sold nationwide have been recalled to prevent suffocation risks according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

165,000 infant sleepers recalled because of suffocation risk

Four manufacturers have recalled about 165,000 inclined infant sleepers because of the risk of suffocation to babies.

Baby Trend strollers sold at Target and Amazon recalled for fall risk

Baby Trend is recalling some strollers sold at Target and Amazon because of a potential danger to the children riding in them.

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Experts say there’s no need to rush to the gas pumps after Colonial Pipeline hack

Gov. Roy Cooper declared a state of emergency as fears rise about the fuel supply chain following a cyber attack on America's largest fuel pipeline.

Pet Pals: 2-year-old British shorthair cat

This week's Pet Pal is a 2-year-old female British shorthair cat.

More than 8,500 people have used NC transit agencies to get COVID-19 vaccines

Since vaccine rollouts began, North Carolina transit systems have taken more than 8,500 residents to vaccine appointments.

House passes bill to bar Cooper from mandating COVID shot

North Carolina House members on Monday approved a plan to curb the governor’s ability to mandate COVID-19 vaccines through executive action.