UPS To Hire 100,000 Holiday Workers And Pay Them MoreUPS said Monday it expects to hire about 100,000 seasonal workers and pay them more to handle the avalanche of packages shipped between Thanksgiving and Christmas.
FedEx Absolutely, Positively Cuts Ties With AmazonYou may absolutely, positively get your Amazon order overnight, but it won't be from FedEx.
Feds Say Texas Bomber Had No Known Links To Terror, Domestic Hate GroupsFederal officials say the man suspected in a series of bombings in Austin last year had no known links to international terror groups or domestic hate groups.
This Year, More Returns Expected Before The Gifts Are OpenedThe gifts under the tree haven't been opened yet, but it appears people are already returning their holiday hauls.
1 Killed In Accident Involving FedEx Truck In Fort WorthA female driver was killed Tuesday afternoon after her car was struck by a FedEx truck on I-35W in Fort Worth.
Big Rig Crash Snarls Traffic In DentonThere are massive backups on I35W in Denton after a FedEx 18-wheeler crashed.
Amazon Getting In The Delivery Business With "Prime" Branded VansWith Amazon's new program rolling out Thursday, contractors across the country can launch businesses that deliver Amazon packages.
FedEx Truck Driver Killed After Crashing Over Highway In DallasA FedEx 18-wheeler went over the side of a highway in Dallas early Saturday after crashing into a stalled vehicle, catching fire and killing the driver.
Police Still Investigating At Home Of Suspected Austin BomberA cellphone video left behind by suspected Austin bomber Mark Anthony Conditt details the differences among the weapons he built and police say amounts to a confession. But his motive remains a mystery.
Austin Bombings: ATF Confirms Components, Explosives Found In Suspect's HomeThe suspect in the Austin bombings is dead after a Wednesday morning incident along Interstate-35 in Round Rock, according to FBI and law enforcement sources.
Mark Anthony Conditt: What We Know About Austin Bombings SuspectWhat we know about the man accused of the deadly Texas explosions.
News Now: Austin Bombings Suspect DeadThe Austin bombings suspect is dead after blowing himself up along Interstate-35 as police moved in this morning.
Bombing Suspect Is Dead, But Why Did He Target Austin?Suddenly, the "Keep Austin Weird" slogan doesn't feel so fun anymore. Austin's beloved local motto isn't meant for things as sinister as the string of deadly bombings.
Unexploded Package Bomb Also Found At FedEx Facility Near San AntonioOfficials told CBS 11 News that a second suspicious package was found at another FedEx distribution facility in Schertz.
I-Team: Former ATF Agent Suspects Austin Bomber May Have an Accomplice“He’s getting away from law enforcement and hitting these communities where they’re not expecting it."