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This Week In Review
This Week In Review

This week our blog has focused on two major issues for consumers: ground beef contaminated with e-coli, and a Red Robin restaurant worker that has Hepatitis A. In an effort to present you with the most recent concerns, we wanted to recap those stories today. Contaminated ...

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Blog posts in May

  • Tractor-Trailer Hits Woman On Highway

    A woman from St. Louis, MO is in critical condition after she was struck by a tractor-trailer on Wednesday evening. After getting out of her stalled ...

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  • Restaurant Employee Contracts Hepatitis A

    A restaurant worker tested positive for Hepatitis A, a contagious virus that is transmitted by ingestion of infected food and water. Anyone that has ...

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  • 1.8 Million Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled, Linked to E. Coli Contamination

    About 1.8 million pounds of hamburger meat is being recalled because of possible E. Coli contamination. This meat — packaged by Wolverine Packaging ...

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  • GM Pays Record Fine — $35 Million Over Ignition Switch Recalls

    The federal government settled with General Motors for $35 million after the company failed to act for 10 years over an ignition switch defect that ...

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  • Recall Issued for 2014 Chevy Malibu

    The latest announcement, after a stream of recalls from General Motors Company, came yesterday as they reported that more than 140,000 2014 Chevrolet ...

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  • Bike to Work Week May 12-16

    Tomorrow is Bike to Work Day in the Ozarks, in collaboration with National Bike to Work Week. As cities are becoming more bicycle-friendly, it is no ...

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  • FDA Reports Rise in Medical Device Recalls

    A report released on Friday from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) shows that the number of medical device recalls has increased by 97 ...

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  • Chrysler Recalls Minivans — Possible Overheating Switch

    Chrysler has recently announced that it is recalling approximately 770,000 after receiving reports of possible overheating, including some fires, in ...

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  • Staying Safe in Rainy Conditions

    A driver from Seymour, MO was killed in an automobile accident that happened on Tuesday afternoon. Police say his car hydroplaned and he was thrown ...

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