- Update: Trump’s executive orders attacking federal employees don’t apply to USPS
- Court Orders Former South Dakota Postmaster to Pay $353K for stealing $9K from USPS
- Democrats Correct the Record on Donald Trump’s Attacks on Amazon, USPS
- Jury Convicts Texas Postal Worker in Workers Comp Fraud Scheme
- Texas Man Fighting Back After Postal Service Stops Delivering to His House
- Senators Urge OPM Director Not to Balance Budget On Backs of Federal Workforce
- Zoinks! Everyone’s Favorite Great Dane, Scooby-Doo, is New Addition to the 2018 Forever Stamp Program
- Mail carriers seen throwing packages up flight of stairs at Florida resident’s home
- Postal inspectors say man stole more than 400 pieces of mail from postal vehicle in Memphis
- NALC submits postal workforce recommendations to White House
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A federal grand jury returned a five-count indictment today against Derek Hillgert, 29, of Carmichael, and Jeffrey Wilhite, 30, of Linden, charging them with access device fraud, aggravated identity theft, and possession of stolen mail, U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott announced. Continue reading
St. Thomas, USVI – Allen Springette, 45, of St. Thomas, pleaded guilty today in District Court before District Court Judge Curtis V. Gomez, to burglary of the Alvaro de Lugo Post Office, United States Attorney Gretchen C.F. Shappert announced today. Sentencing is set for October 18, 2018. Continue reading
A flooded post office does not mean the mail stops, according to David Rupert, with the United States Postal Service corporate communications.
About 6 p.m., postal workers at the Aberdeen office were setting up caution tape and rerouting customers dropping off packages, while water poured out of the building, according to an American News reporter on scene. Continue reading
A United States Postal Service worker was rescued by fire crews in Ames after the carrier truck was overcome by flood waters Thursday afternoon, according to a tweet by the Ames Tribune.
Emergency responders paddled a raft to rescue the employee and a range of packages at the Grand Avenue overpass, as seen in a video captured by the Ames Tribune.
Fire crews rescue a caught Post Office worker and the mail in the flooded Grand Avenue overpass pic.twitter.com/lIwljt7wX8
— Ames Trib News (@AmesTribNews) June 14, 2018
WASHINGTON – U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) and a group of 25 Senators wrote a letter to Director of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Jeff Pon, urging the Trump Administration not to cut retirement benefits for the nation’s federal workforce. Continue reading
WASHINGTON — “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!” For nearly 50 years, this call has summoned the beloved animated Great Dane wherever help is needed. The U.S. Postal Service, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, is excited to announce a new Forever stamp will be issued July 14 highlighting the popular canine and his new social responsibility initiative, Scooby-Doo DOO GOOD. The stamp ceremony will be held at the Mall of America in Bloomington, MN. Continue reading
Washington, D.C. (June 13, 2018)—Today, Reps. Elijah E. Cummings, the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and Gerald E. Connolly, Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Government Operations, sent a letter to Donald Trump in response to troubling reports that he is using his authority as president to launch political attacks against Amazon and its founder, Jeff Bezos, and to pressure the Postal Service to raise its rates for Amazon. Continue reading
For nearly a week now, an Azle man hasn’t had any mail delivered to his home and he wanted to know why.
Turns out the post office thinks his house is too dangerous to deliver to.
Now he’s ready to fight. It’s been a frustrating walk to the mailbox for the past week. “No mail,” said Glenda Matlock. “No mail again,” added her husband Johnny Wayne Matlock.
No mail since a new postal delivery driver popped a tire when she pulled onto the grass and hit the Matlocks’ “sprinkler protection system.”
HOUSTON – A federal jury has convicted a 47-year-old Humble woman of making false statements and theft of public money, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan Patrick. They deliberated for approximately an hour following less than three days of trial convicting Lisa Yvette Coffman. Continue reading