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(KSL News) If you're using the holiday weekend to tackle some projects in your garage, you may want to start with your lights.
That's because a popular overhead light that hangs over many work benches has been recalled.
Cooper Lighting has announced the voluntary recall of more than a quarter of a million shop lights because of an electrical shock hazard.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says there is a potential problem with the prongs on the electrical cord.
The company says about 274,000 of the lights were sold at hardware stores nationwide from January through October this year.
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