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Coppertone Recalls Sunscreens Due To Carcinogen PresenceCoppertone is voluntarily recalling five aerosol sunscreens due to the presence of the human carcinogen benzene.
Nestlé Recalls Over 27,000 Pounds Of Frozen Digiorno Pepperoni PizzaA packaging mixup has prompted a recall of a batch of DiGiorno pepperoni pizzas.
Record Spending Expected This HalloweenAccording to the National Retail Federation, people will spend $2 billion more this year than 2020 on Halloween candy, decorations and costumes for adults, kids and pets.
Credit Card Debt Piling Up As Vaccinated Floridians Start Shopping AgainCBS4's Hank Tester spoke with Jill Gonzalez of WalletHub.
Costco Recalls Shower Benches Over Collapse ConcernsThe recall involves Ivena 20” teak shower benches. Stop using the recalled shower benches and return them to Costco for a full refund.
Coffee Is Getting More ExpensiveDrought and frost damaged crops in Brazil, the world's largest coffee exporter. Those shortages, along with shipping slowdowns, are making beans more expensive.
Labor Department Reported Consumer Prices Jumped 5.4% In July From A Year AgoThe rising costs are causing Americans to change their shopping habits.
Pent-Up Demand For New & Used Cars Continues With Prices Certainly Reflecting A Seller's MarketCBS4's Hank Tester reports prices are high not just here, but across the nation.
McCormick Recalling 3 Seasonings Over Salmonella Contamination ConcernsThe seasonings include Perfect Pinch Italian, Culinary Italian and Frank's RedHot Buffalo Ranch.
America's Economy Still Rebounding From Pandemic As Wall Street Continues To Bounce From Green To RedCharles Sachs, chief investment officer for Kaufman Rossin Wealth, joined CBS4 News at 7 to discuss inflation, the housing market and more.
RVs In Short SupplyThe market is suffering the same shortages that have plagued many industries.
Americans Are Letting A Big Chunk Of Gift Cards Go To WasteA new survey from Bankrate finds 51% of U.S. adults have unused gift cards, vouchers, or store credits. The average person is sitting on $116, and many times the money is never spent. says 73% of those with unused gift cards, vouchers, or credits have been holding on to them for a year or more.
New & Used Car Prices To Skyrocket Because Of Chip ShortageThe average cost of a new car has now topped $40,000 and used cars are up nearly 30% in the last year.
Looking For Fireworks? Shipping Issues Causing A Shortage This YearFireworks have been in high demand since last year when more people celebrated at home.
If You're Looking For A Bike This Summer, You May Be Out Of LuckManufacturers are struggling to supply products as more people are eager to enjoy the outdoors.
Scammers Trying To Capitalize On Buzz Around CryptocurrencyCBS4's Femi Redwood reports Americans have lost more than $80 million in cryptocurrency scams between October 2020 and March 2021.
Philips Recalling Ventilators, CPAP Machines Over Cancer-Causing Toxic Foam ConcernsFoam used to soften the sound made by the machines can deteriorate and project tiny particles and gases that can irritate airways, cause headaches and possibly be toxic or carry cancer risks, according to the company.
Does It Feel Like You’re Paying More For Everything? Well, You’re RightCBS4’s Elise Preston reports consumer prices pushed higher again in May, capping off the biggest 12-month inflation spike since the financial crisis in 2008.
Recall Alert: High Arsenic Levels Found In Beech-Nut Baby Rice CerealResearch has shown that even low levels of arsenic exposure can impact a baby's neurodevelopment.
Heads Of Fisher Price Take The Hot Seat On Capitol HillA House committee says the child product manufacturers knowingly put profit over people's safety, after dozens of babies died while using their now-recalled Rock 'n Play sleeper seat.
Clothes & Beauty Product Sales Up As More COVID Restrictions Ease Up & People Get OutCBS4's Michael George reports on the sales shift.
Home Prices Continue Surging In South FloridaCBS4's Keith Jones reports on what's feeding the buying frenzy.
AAA: Florida Gas Prices Declining As 2 Million Floridians Prepare For Memorial Day Road TripsIt's unclear exactly what price those travelers will find when they go to fill up next weekend, but Floridians are currently paying an average price of $2.87 per gallon. That's 2 cents less than a week ago and 4 cents less than the highest price so far this year.
South Florida Pool Owners Finding Chlorine Shortage Could Dampen Summer PlansCBS4's Michael George reports more families are switching to salt systems as a result.

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