Latest consumer product recalls: Best Buy pressure cookers may cause burns, eyedrops could lead to infections

Hundreds of thousands of pressure cookers sold at Best Buy are being recalled due to a potential burn hazard; infant activity centers can detach or break, causing injury hazards; several over-the-counter eyedrops can lead to vision loss; oysters sold in several states have been recalled over salmonella concerns; and dog food sold nationwide may be contaminated with salmonella.

Latest consumer product recalls: Marijuana sold in AZ, dog food contaminated with salmonella, and more

Marijuana sold in Arizona is being recalled due to possible Aspergillus contamination; biometric gun safes sold nationwide have been recalled after the shooting death of a 12-year-old boy; bags of diced onions sold in Arizona are being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination; dry dog food sold in Arizona may be contaminated with salmonella; and children's trucks are being recalled due to a choking hazard.

Arizona Crime Files: Oct. 1-7

Our top crime stories for the week of Oct. 1: A Phoenix homeowner kills an alleged intruder; a man is shot and killed at an Arizona campsite, a Phoenix robbery ends in a stabbing and a hit-and-run crash; a woman is kidnapped by a man test driving her car; and a witness in an ex-lawmaker's case who has now been arrested.