From quiet North Texas suburban neighborhoods, where crime may not be top of mind and mail still arrives at the curb, comes a warning on complacency.
A Fort Worth woman is furious after watching video from her home surveillance system. The woman, who spoke exclusively to CBS 11 News, says her Christmas gifts were stolen right off her front porch.
Southlake police are warning homeowners about a mail thief. Officials say someone is going around and snatching mail. There have been a number of mailbox thefts in the last week.
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.)
A holiday Grinch is targeting a neighborhood in Fort Worth. The Sterba family says a thief stole some of their Christmas gifts… almost from right under the tree.
A group of neighbors in one North Texas city have been the unfortunate victims of identity theft. Now investigators are working to find out if one suspect is linked to all the cases.
The U.S. Postal Service wants to end door-to-door delivery for new homes in favor of curbside service and neighborhood cluster boxes.
It’s that time of year when deliveries and delivery notices become Christmas decorations around the front door. But CBS 11 News has learned the State of Texas is investigating one of the notices you may find.
Postal worker Roger Campian was sitting inside his mail truck, about to head out to deliver mail along the same route he’s worked for the past 10 years, when he heard a loud noise.
With no financial relief in sight, the U.S. Postal Service is pushing ahead with planned cuts to more than 260 mail processing centers around the nation, including in North Texas.