Your mailbox may be empty this afternoon, and if it is, it’s likely due to the icy conditions.
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.
The U.S. Postal Service said that Monday will mark its busiest mailing day of the year, with more than 640 million cards, letters and packages expected to be processed.
The U.S. Postal Service says it’s the victim of a cyberattack and that information about its employees, including Social Security numbers, may have been compromised.
A couple who stole more than 50,000 pieces of mail from more than 80 cities were sentenced to spend six years and nine months in federal prison on Wednesday.
Federal prosecutors in Waco say the couple from Temple robbed post offices, collection boxes and parcel lockers in more than 80 communities, from Midland to College Station and from Dallas to San Antonio.
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.
Officials with the United States Postal Service say they have fired a North Texas mail carrier for skipping part of his route and not delivering a significant amount of mail by simply marking the letters and packages ‘return to sender.’
In a world of text messaging and tweets, receiving a letter in the mail from a loved one can be really special. But it is even more touching for those who are serving overseas.
Days of waiting and wondering: will my holiday packages ever arrive? As it stands, the United Parcel Service (UPS) is still trying to get people their packages in time for Christmas morning.
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.
Millions are expected to head to the post office today to mail out their Christmas gifts and cards, making this the busiest day of the year for the USPS.