If you were online before Noon today ordering something on Amazon.com odds are you became a part of history. Wednesday was the first day the website unveiled their new same-day delivery option.
Brandi and James Anderson are proud new parents. Their baby Janelle was born on Sunday and while the birth was pretty normal everything leading up to it was anything but.
On Christmas Eve someone else was most likely enjoying a young boy’s intended gift. The package was delivered in time for Christmas, but someone swiped it and the theft was caught on camera.
With time running out for wrapping Christmas gifts, many North Texans are finding lots of packages from the United Parcel Service (UPS) may not arrive on time.
As the clock ticks down toward Christmas, thousands of North Texas shoppers are concerned items being delivered via United Parcel Service (UPS) may not make it in time.
While North Texas weather was glorious on Wednesday, the ice storm nearly two weeks ago seems to be wreaking continued havoc on folks trying to send Christmas gifts, especially via the United Parcel Service (UPS.)
Ever suddenly decide you want a live Christmas tree delivered to your front door? Smartphone technology is making it happen across North Texas — but for one day only! Two companies are teaming up to deliver trees.
Getting a Christmas tree from the store to your front door will be a little easier in Dallas, at least for one day.
Amazon.com says it’s considering using drone aircraft for deliveries. The online retailer says it’s working on its Prime Air project in its research and development labs.
Amazon says it is teaming up with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver packages to Amazon Prime members on Sundays.
Along with ‘protect and serve’, a veteran Carrollton police officer added another duty this week: midwife.
Normally firefighters go to where help is needed. Last week, the person needing help came to the firefighters stationed on the 6100 block of S. Hulen in Fort Worth.