Clorox is recalling some of its Pine-Sol cleaners because they may contain bacteria that is harmful to people with compromised immune systems. (CBS News)

Three Florida men have been arrested for allegedly running a "highly sophisticated" organized crime operation to steal $9 million worth of frozen meat from packaging plants in the Midwest. (ABC News)

Robert Telles, the former Clark County official accused of stabbing of stabbing investigative reporter Jeff German to death last month in Las Vegas, pleaded not guilty to murder on Wednesday. (Fox News)

Phoenix police said Wednesday that the campaign offices of Katie Hobbs, the Democratic candidate for governor of Arizona, was broken into earlier this week and several items were stolen. (Rolling Stone)

On Wednesday, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to censure council members Gil Cedillo and Kevin De León for their part in a leaked recording with racist remarks. It adds pressure for them to resign. Council member Nury Martinez, who resigned two weeks ago, was also censured. (Los Angeles Times)

On Wednesday, Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan temporarily halted the January 6th committee's subpoena for the phone records of Arizona Republican Party Chair Kelli Ward. (NBC News)

The White House has announced new rules banning so-called "junk fees" such as surprise overdraft fees. President Biden says this will save Americans more than $1 billion per year. (ABC News)

Three more men were convicted of providing "material support" for a terrorist act in the failed 2020 plot to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. (USA Today)

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