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    • Car Crashes Into Building In Boise

      Car Crashes Into Building In Boise

      A Subaru Outback veered off the road and crashed into a brick complex Friday afternoon in Boise. According to officials, at the time of the crash, nobody was inside the apartment.

      It appears…

    • WiI Battery Charging Stations Recalled

      WiI Battery Charging Stations Recalled

      Griffin International recently recalled 220,000 Psyclone Essentials and React Wii 4-Dock Battery Recharge Stations because the battery pack can overheat, posing a burn or fire hazard.
      Six…

    • Caldwell Teen Killed In Car Crash

      Caldwell Teen Killed In Car Crash

      A teenager was found dead yesterday morning in a car crash that occurred the night before in Payette, Idaho State Police said.
      Police responded to a call at 7:45 a.m. Friday at Sand Hollow Road…

    • 2.4 Million Toys Recalled Due to Choking and Intestinal Hazards From Magnets

      2.4 Million Toys Recalled Due to Choking and Intestinal Hazards From Magnets

      MEGA Brands America Inc., in conjunction with the CPSC, is recalling around 2.4 million toys because small magnets can fall out of the toys, which poses a choking hazard to infants and young children.The company is recalling around .1 million Magtastik and Magnetix Jr. preschool toys and 1.3 million MagnaMan magnetic action figures. The magnets in the toys can detach and can be swallowed by…

    • ROMI Enterprises Recalls SCUBA Regulators Due to Drowning Hazard

      ROMI Enterprises Recalls SCUBA Regulators Due to Drowning Hazard

      ROMI Enterprises, in conjunction with the CPSC, are recalling about 6,000 Oceanic and AERIS SCUBA Regulator First Stages due to a drowning hazard.An internal component that seals air between the high pressure first-stage and the intermediate pressure second-stage can fail. This can result in uncontrolled flow of air to the diver and pose a risk of serious injury or death.So far the company has…

    • American Foods Group Recalls 96,000 Pounds of Ground Beef

      American Foods Group Recalls 96,000 Pounds of Ground Beef

      American Foods Group recalled 96,000 pounds of ground beef on Saturday, November 24 after two people became ill after eating the product. The consumers may have become ill due to E. coli in the ground beef.The beef products by American Foods Group include coarse and fine ground beef chuck, sirloin and chop beef. They were distributed to retailers and distributors in Indiana, Kentucky, Maryland,…

    • Family Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Lee's Summit

      Family Settles Wrongful Death Lawsuit Against Lee's Summit

      A family sued the city of Lee’s Summit for wrongful death after their son was killed crossing Blackwell Parkway. He was killed in 2004 while chasing after the family’s dogs. The parents believe the high speed limit and lack of proper lighting on the roadway contributed to their son’s death. The lawsuit was settled yesterday out of court. Although the Fausts did receive financial…

    • Man Dies in Elmore County Accident

      Man Dies in Elmore County Accident

      A 58-year-old man from Castleford died in a car accident on Interstate 84 in Elmore County on Tuesday. The two passengers in the car were hurt and taken to a hospital in Boise for treatment. There were no other vehicles involved in the accident. Witnesses told deputies they saw the vehicle drive on to the left shoulder of the interstate and then roll several times in the median. The driver…

    • Salmonella Forces Recall of Spinach

      Salmonella Forces Recall of Spinach

      Last summer spinach was recalled due to E. coli. Now a new recall has been announced for bagged spinach that may be contaminated with Salmonella. Metz Fresh which is base in California has issued a spinach recall that affects 34 tons of spinach. The recalled spinach was sold in 10- and 16-ounce bags, and 2 1/2- and 4-pound cartons in the U.S. and Canada with the following tracking codes:…

    • Galena Summit Car Accident Injures Two People

      Galena Summit Car Accident Injures Two People

      A single-car accident caused a Chevy pickup truck to catch on fire and injure two people. The car accident happened on the north side of Galena Summit on Highway 75. Elle said the victims, who were traveling south back to Ketchum, were making a “sweeping left-hand turn” when they slid across the road into a rock wall about a mile north of the summit. Passersby helped the victims out of the…