No, this isn't a reprint of a previous story. There's been another salmonella recall. 

This time the tainted food in question is ground beef from JBS Tolleson, Inc. in Tolleson, Arizona.

Over 6,000 tons of meat that was shipped nationwide from their Arizona plant is being recalled due to possible salmonella contamination.

To check if your meat is possible tainted you'll want to find the USDA establishment number on the package. The stamp will look like this.

In that example, the establishment number is 38. The beef in question will be marked with establishment 267.

If you come across any of this meat the U.S. Department of Food Safety and Inspection Service urges you to throw the food away.