News Now: USPS Driver Killed, Rain This Week, Fergie's National AnthemWe're still following the shooting death of a USPS driver on a Dallas highway, and tracking storms expected in the DFW area this week. Plus, have you seen Fergie's rendition of the national anthem?
Up To $50K Reward Offered In Postal Worker's Shooting DeathA United States Postal Service (USPS) worker, driving along Interstate-30 in Dallas, was shot and killed early Monday morning.
Price Of Stamp Could Increase 1 Cent This MonthThe new prices, if approved, include a one cent increase in the price of a First-Class Mail Forever stamp from 49 cents to 50 cents.
Time Running Out To Get Packages Delivered In Time For Christmas!Software developer Shipmatrix, which monitors delivery data, says UPS achieved its on-time goal 97.3 percent of the time from December 10-16, to FedEx’s 98.1 percent and the U.S. Postal Service’s 99 percent.
Dozens Of Pieces Of Mail Discovered Dumped In MesquiteResident in a southwest Mesquite neighborhood are furious after finding hundreds of pieces of mail in a gutter.
U.S. Postal Service Bets On Higher Stamp Prices To Fix WoesBuffeted by threats from Amazon drones to deliveries by golf cart, the U.S. Postal Service is counting on a different strategy to stay competitive. It is seeking more freedom to raise prices for mailing letters.
Crooks Stealing Credit Cards From MailboxesThe crime in North Texas appears to involve Bank of America customers and ATM’s.
Dog Attacks On Mail Carriers Near 7,000 As Online Sales BoomBooming online retail sales are good news for the U.S. Postal Service, but its carriers are incurring a cost: more dog bites. Dog attacks on postal workers rose last year to 6,755, up more than 200 from the previous year.
Lance Armstrong Faces November Trial In $100 Million LawsuitU.S. District Judge Christopher Cooper on Thursday set a Nov. 6 trial start in Washington. Armstrong's legal team had asked to postpone trial until 2018 because of a potential scheduling conflict.
USPS To Stop Offering Services At StaplesThe U.S. Postal Service will no longer be offering its services at Staples stores. Those services, which were handled by Staples employees, will be discontinued by the first week of March.
Postal Service Apology: 6 Canaries Sent By Mail Arrive DeadU.S. Postal Service officials say they've apologized to an Alabama woman who says her package of six live canaries arrived, but the birds were crushed and dead.
Former Postal Workers Busted After Bilking Millions From The GovernmentMcArthur Baker, 69, and Tonya Evans, 52, were each convicted on one count of conspiracy to defraud the U.S. with respect to claims and one count of false statements or fraud to obtain federal employees’ compensation.