Wednesday News

And Work Continues on I40 in Clemmons/Advance-  NCDOT will continue to close lanes on I40 between Harper Road and 801 near Clemmons over the next two weekends for concrete slab repair work.  Work will take place from 9 p.m. Friday and end at 4 p.m. Sunday; Remember to reduce speed for stopped construction and emergency vehicles with flashing lights.  Violations could result in a $500 fine.  http://goo.gl/P11eUw

Clinton Claims historic victory in democratic primary yesterday-  Claiming her place in history, Clinton declared victory last night in her battle for the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the first woman to lead a major American political party and then immediately taking aim at Republican Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders, has insisted he still has a narrow path to the nomination. http://goo.gl/5vWQPr

Another Military Aircraft Accident- Two F-16 fighter jets collided over Georgia Tuesday night, according to the South Carolina Air National Guard.  The pilots were both able to eject safely after the crash.  They were performing “routine night-flying operations.”  The collision occurred over a military operating area in Georgia’s Jefferson County, there have been no reports of injuries on the ground.  The U.S. Air Force will be conducting an investigation.  http://goo.gl/K0IM7s

Put down that pretzel stick- Frito-Lay has issued a voluntary recall of Rold Gold pretzel varieties due to a “potential undeclared allergen,” according to the FDA.  Products arebeing recalled because the flour used has low levels of an undeclared peanut residue.  Products included in the recall can be brought back to retailer for a full refund. Customer can also contact Frito-Lay. http://goo.gl/tCgBWQ

And another recall – Dietary supplement maker Pharmavite is recalling several of its vitamin products due to a possible contamination issue.  The California-based company owns the Nature Made line of vitamins and nutritional supplements is pulling products “out of an abundance of caution due to potential contamination”: http://goo.gl/Vc9Jdk

From cheese to sliced turkey- the Obama administration is encouraging food companies and restaurants to lower the amount of salt in the foods they sell.  Most Americans won’t even notice the change. The idea is to lower sodium levels gradually so consumers’ taste buds can adjust, and to give the industry time to develop lower-sodium foods. Voluntary guidance proposed by the Food and Drug Administration has a 2-year and 10-year sodium targets for around 150 categories of foods.  It’s the first time the government has recommended such limits.  https://goo.gl/cucKnL

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