Consumer Product Safety Commission
Imagine taking a shower and your glass door explodes, shattering into tiny pieces, and trapping you inside. It happened to a 12-year-old Dallas boy and his experience isn’t unique.
The CBS 11 I-Team has learned the federal government has no oversight of amusement parks and some critics say the state has very little.
The U.S. Public Interest Research Group released their 27th annual Trouble in Toyland report identifying a number of dangerous or toxic toys that can still be found in America’s stores.
A children’s safety equipment manufacturer has agreed to recall about 220,000 infant travel beds after reports of one infant’s death and nine others entrapped or distressed while sleeping inside the portable tents.
Glass-topped patio tables are shattering into thousands of pieces, and federal records show it’s been happening since at least 2004.
Children’s playground slides that have contributed to more than a dozen fractured bones of small children are being recalled and consumers are urged to remove the slides.
Tens of thousands of tabletop feeding chairs for babies and toddlers were recalled Wednesday after reports that they can come loose and send children plummeting to the floor.
More than 7 million candles are being recalled because of concerns the cup holding the candle could melt or catch fire.
Is the government really cracking down on products containing toxic metals? CBS 11 News went undercover inside a number of North Texas stores and put dozens of kids toys and jewelry to the test.
It’s the end of the traditional crib that has cradled millions of babies. The government outlawed drop-side cribs after the deaths of more than 30 infants and toddlers in the past decade.
Graco is recalling about 2 million strollers after receiving reports of four infant strangulations in the strollers.
Ryobi is recalling a half-million cordless drills because they can overheat.