The Orioles have recalled right-handed pitcher Dylan Bundy from their minor league team, Double-A Bowie.
A Northern California produce supplier said Sunday it is voluntarily recalling romaine lettuce that was shipped to 19 states, Puerto Rico and Canada over fears about possible E. coli contamination.
A Fall River, Mass., manufacturer is recalling about 4,000 pounds of soup products after consumers found bits of plastic in the soups.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled about 4 million of the popular Bumbo Baby Seats Wednesday after more than 20 reports of skull fractures among at least 84 falls. Click on the link for more information.
An Indiana-based food distributor is recalling its corn chowder soup after two customers complained of finding pieces of a marker pen in the cans.
Prince George’s County fire officials say rescuers have recovered the body of a worker who had been missing since a warehouse collapsed Thursday in Landover.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has issued a recall of an Illinois-based food company’s lasagna products that contain egg and soy– allergens that were not mentioned on product labels.
The Democratic Governors Association, headed by Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley, is making a push for donations to try to oust Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker in a recall election.
A produce distributor is recalling bagged lettuce that could be tainted with listeria. Click on the link for more information.
The Baltimore Orioles have placed outfielder Endy Chavez on the disabled list on Wednesday for 15 days after a left oblique strain.
Louisiana health officials say they closed a harvesting area and ordered a recall of oysters taken from there since April 26 after 14 people became ill with norovirus.
Missouri-based Diamond Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling a third type of dry dog food because of salmonella concerns. All three products were made at a Gaston, S.C., plant, where production was suspended April 8. The plant is the same one that made mold-contaminated food that killed dozens of dogs nationwide in 2005.