US Postal Service Mail Delivery Is Getting Worse, Putting Ballots At RiskNew statistics show the U.S. Postal Service is doing a worse job of delivering the mail on time, raising concerns that some election may be delayed.
Appeals Court OKs Texas Age Limits For No-Excuse Mail VotingA divided federal appeals court ruled Thursday that Texas can continue allowing no-excuse absentee voting for senior citizens while requiring voters under 65 to provide an excuse if they want an absentee ballot.
Federal Judge Orders Expansion Of Mail-In Voting In TexasA federal judge has ordered Texas to allow any of the state’s 16 million voters to cast a ballot by mail over fears of the coronavirus.
Can You Get Coronavirus From Mail? Federal Agencies, Experts Say Likely NotDespite concerns, federal agencies and experts confirm the coronavirus is not likely traveling through the mail.
North Dallas Homeowners Hard Hit By Tornado Face Fines For Not Cleaning UpIn the coming days, more than 100 residents who appear to be violating code will receive letters in the mail asking them to take steps to address the issues.
US Postal Service Expects To Deliver 13 Billion Pieces Of Mail This Holiday SeasonWith only 13 days left, time is ticking to get your holiday gifts and cards shipped to make those delivery deadlines.
Texas Health Improperly Mails Bills, Patient's Personal Data Sent OutA billing error led to personal information about some of a major nonprofit healthcare system's patients to be sent to other patients in the mail. 
North Texas Man Catches Mailman Lying After Reviewing Security FootageArmed with evidence, this North Texan sought justice after a mailman's deceit put him in debt.
Amazon Drops $25 Free Shipping Minimum For Holiday SeasonAmazon is following Target and temporarily dropping the minimum amount shoppers need to spend to qualify for free shipping.
Free Gift Cards For Residents Impacted By Highway ConstructionColleyville residents may want to take a second look at their mail before tossing ads in the trash this week.
FDA Chief Wants More Mail Inspectors To Stem Opioid InfluxThe head of the FDA wants to more than double the number of packages that his agency inspects, an effort to stem the flow of opioids that runs through the international mail supply.