AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREChargers go winless in AFC West with season-ending loss in Kansas CityAbout 79,000 “Pirates of the Caribbean” medallion squeeze lights. The flashlights were sold nationwide and online between September 2006 and October 2007. Call 800-925-0628 or visit www.energizer.com. About 15,000 Totally Me! Funky Room Decor Sets, manufactured by Hong Kong-based CKI Toys and imported by Toys “R” Us Inc. The kits were sold by Toys “R” Us between May and September 2007. Call 800-869-7787 or visit www.toysrus.com. About 10,000 wooden Pull-Along Alphabet & Math Blocks wagons, Pull-Along Learning Blocks wagons, 10-in-1 Activity Learning Carts and Flip-Flop alphabet blocks, imported by KB Toys Inc. The toys were sold at KB Toys stores around the country between August 2005 and September 2007. Return the toys to any KB store in exchange for store credit. Call 888-843-9520 or go to www.recall.kbtinfo.com. About 63,000 green, plastic cups shaped like Frankenstein’s monster’s head, imported by Dollar General Merchandising Inc. The cups were sold at Dollar General stores around the country in September. For a refund or replacement product, return the key chains to the place of purchase. Call 800-678-9258 or go to www.dollargeneral.com. About 192,000 key chains imported by Dollar General Merchandising Inc. The key chains feature a metal charm engraved with “wisdom,” “truth,” “believe,” “love,” “hope” or “dream.” They were sold at Dollar General stores around the country between June 2005 and August 2007. Call 800-678-9258 or go to www.dollargeneral.com. By The Associated Press More than a half a million Chinese-made products were recalled Thursday, including “Pirates of the Caribbean” and Baby Einstein toys, because they contain dangerous levels of lead. They included the following: About 35,000 Baby Einstein Discover & Play Color Blocks, distributed by Kids II Inc. The blocks were sold around the country between June and September. Call 866-203-6788 or go to www.kidsii.com. About 150,000 bookmarks and journals, imported by Antioch Publishing. The products feature a variety of decorations including breast cancer awareness and Winnie the Pooh. The bookmarks and journals were sold at book, card and gift stores around the country between March 2005 and October 2007. Call 800-543-1515 or go to www.antioch.com. About 11,200 Alpine Design aluminum water bottles imported by The Sports Authority Inc. The bottles are decorated with pink flowers, a mouse or a zebra. They were sold around the country between April 2006 and September 2007. Go to www.sports authority.com. The Boy Scouts of America said Thursday that a painted, plastic badge commonly worn by some of its youngest scouts is being voluntarily recalled after a test revealed high levels of lead in the paint. As many as 1.6 million of the badges, which are made in China, may be affected by the recall. The plastic totem badge is given to Cub Scouts, who are usually between the ages of 7 and 8. The badge has a yellow and blue border, includes a picture of a bear and wolf and reads “Progress Toward Ranks.” No illnesses have been reported. Several other products were recalled Thursday because of health concerns other than lead. They included the following: Kraft Foods announced Thursday that it is recalling white chocolate distributed in the United States because of possible salmonella contamination. Kraft said consumers who purchased its 6 ounce, Baker’s Premium White Chocolate Baking Squares should immediately discard the product. The recalled product was distributed nationally, and has the UPC Code 0043000252200 and notes that it’s best when used by March 31, April 1, April 2 and April 3, 2008. Call 800-310-3704. Campbell Soup Co. on Thursday announced a voluntary recall of more than 72,000 cans of Campbell’s Chunky Baked Potato with Cheddar & Bacon Bits because they may contain pieces of hard plastic. Campbell said three consumers have reported minor injuries in and around their mouths. The recalled soups, with the can code “JUL 08 2009 07097,” were shipped to 24 states, including California. Consumers were advised to return the product to the store where it was bought for an exchange or refund.160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!