Samsung Halts Sales Of Galaxy Note 7 After New TroublesSamsung said it is halting sales of the star-crossed Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after a spate of fires involving new devices that were supposed to be safe replacements for recalled models.
Amusement Ride Safety In The Spotlight After Kansas TragedyA tragedy in Kansas City and two other ride accidents this week have some fair-goers feeling uneasy this summer.
Ikea Recalls 29 Million Dressers & Chests After 6 Kids KilledIkea is recalling 29 million chests and dressers after six children were killed when the furniture toppled over and fell on them.
Exploding Toilets: No Laughing MatterThe CBS11 I-Team has learned a place we all frequent could actually be dangerous.
Government Says All Hoverboards May Be UnsafeThe Consumer Product Safety Commission says until there is a recall, anyone who already owns a hoverboard should contact either the manufacturer or the retailer.
Hoverboard Fire Reports Has Dallas Mom ConcernedThe Consumer Product Safety Commission is investigating after 12 incidents of hoverboards catching on fire.
I-Team: How To Stop Your Shower Door From Spontaneously ExplodingImagine being inside the shower when your glass door suddenly explodes.
Top 5 Hidden Hazards At The PlaygroundAccording to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, ever year emergency rooms treat more than 200,000 children under the age of 14 for playground-related injuries.
Exploding Shower Doors A Problem In Texas & NationwideImagine 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.
I-Team: Federal Government Has No Amusement Park OversightThe CBS 11 I-Team has learned the federal government has no oversight of amusement parks and some critics say the state has very little.
Report Identifies 'Dangerous Toys' Still On ShelvesThe 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.
Death Spurs Recall Of 220,000 Infant Travel BedsA 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.