Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY

Kelly Tyko

USA TODAY

Stuart, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Kelly:

Fourth of July barbecue food safety: Grilling your burgers wrong could kill you this Independence Day

Dealing with raw meat can be tricky and cooking it improperly can be deadly. Here are grilling safety tips for your socially-distanced July 4 cookout. → Read More

What stores and restaurants are open Fourth of July? Here's the list of businesses open or closed

Costco and Trader Joe's are closed this Fourth of July but many stores and restaurants will be open including Walmart, Target, Starbucks, McDonald's. → Read More

Lucky Brand files for bankruptcy citing COVID-19, looks to sell company to Aéropostale owner. Is your store closing?

Lucky Brand, which has about 200 stores in North America and sells its products in department stores, filed for Chapter 11 on Friday. → Read More

Face mask requirements: Can stores make you wear a mask? Do kids have to wear masks?

Businesses can require consumers to wear shirts, pants and shoes – but what about masks? Here's what shoppers need to know about face coverings. → Read More

Chase customers see incorrect account balances

If the balance on your Chase checking account was incorrect over the weekend, you weren't alone.Chase customers across the nation posted on social media → Read More

Fireworks sales are booming nationwide due to COVID-19. Will sparklers sell out before Independence Day?

The next COVID-19 shortage could be fireworks. With cities nationwide canceling Independence Day public displays, sales of fireworks are booming. → Read More

Recall alert: Nearly 60k pounds of chicken nuggets recalled for possible rubber contamination

Pilgrim’s Pride is recalling 4-pound bags of "Pilgrim's Fully Cooked Chicken Breast Nuggets" shipped to stores in Arizona, Idaho, Oregon and Texas. → Read More

Chase checking account balance off? Bank says 'technical issue' was to blame

Some Chase customers had incorrect balances in checking accounts late Saturday and early Sunday, which Chase says was caused by a technical issue. → Read More

'I have a breathing problem,' yells maskless Trader Joe's shopper who was kicked out of store in viral video

A woman shopping without a mask at a California Trader Joe's caused a scene Friday, calling employees "Democratic pigs" and screaming profanities. → Read More

Walmart, Aldi recall some Fresh Express garden salad mixes potentially linked to growing Cyclospora outbreak

Days after health officials warned of a growing outbreak of Cyclospora infections "potentially linked" to certain store brands of garden salad mixes, more salads have been recalled and illnesses confirmed. The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in updated alerts Friday that the number of reported cases grew to 206 with 23 hospitalizations. The… → Read More

Walmart, Aldi recall some Fresh Express garden salad mixes potentially linked to growing Cyclospora outbreak

Days after health officials warned of a growing outbreak of Cyclospora infections "potentially linked" to certain → Read More

Walmart, Aldi recall some Fresh Express garden salad mixes potentially linked to growing Cyclospora outbreak

Days after health officials warned of a growing outbreak of Cyclospora infections "potentially linked" to certain → Read More

Walmart, Aldi recall some Fresh Express garden salad mixes potentially linked to growing Cyclospora outbreak

Days after health officials warned of a growing outbreak of Cyclospora infections "potentially linked" to certain store brands of garden salad mixes, more salads have been recalled and illnesses confirmed. The Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in updated alerts Friday that the number of reported cases grew to 206 with 23 hospitalizations. The… → Read More

Facebook advertising boycott list: Companies halting ads include Unilever, Coca-Cola, Verizon, Ben & Jerry's

Honda, Unilever and Coke are among the biggest brands to halt advertising on Facebook, part of a growing boycott organized by civil rights groups. → Read More

Walmart, Aldi recall some Fresh Express garden salad mixes potentially linked to growing Cyclospora outbreak

Fresh Express has recalled salad mixes sold at Walmart, Hy-Vee, Aldi and Jewel-Osco that may be linked to a Cyclospora outbreak that has sickened 206. → Read More

Costco brings back free samples at some clubs after suspending sampling due to COVID-19, but pulls sheet cakes

Free samples are returning to some Costco stores after being suspended due to COVID-19. But Costco's popular half-sheet cakes are no longer for sale. → Read More

GNC parent company files for bankruptcy protection, plans to permanently close up to 1,200 stores

GNC Holdings Inc., parent company of health and wellness retailer GNC, said it plans to close up “at least 800 to 1,200 stores.” → Read More

China suspends poultry imports from Tyson Foods after coronavirus cases at Arkansas plant

China said Sunday that it has suspended poultry imports from a Tyson Foods facility where hundreds have tested positive for the coronavirus. → Read More

National coin shortage: Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters part of latest COVID-19 shortage

The coronavirus pandemic has caused a nationwide coin shortage, according to the Federal Reserve, which is temporarily allocating coin inventories. → Read More

Eskimo Pie, Aunt Jemima, Uncle Ben's and Cream of Wheat are changing. Are the Washington Redskins next?

After decades of criticism for how their products perpetuate racial stereotypes, five iconic brands now say change is coming. What took so long? → Read More