INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — After IMPD made an arrest in the murder of mail carrier Angela Summers, 45, the president of the local branch of the National Association of Letter Carriers revealed Summers expressed concerns about certain people living at the house where the union president said the fatal shooting occurred. Continue reading
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — A woman is dead after being shot on the east side of Indianapolis, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.
The United States Postal Service confirmed the woman was one of their mail carriers.
Shortly before 4 p.m. Monday, police were called to the 400 block of North Denny Street.
Officers arrived to find a woman with at least one gunshot wound who was “awake and talking.”
The woman was taken to an area hospital, where she later died.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) — East Tennessee communities are staying safer at home, limiting nonessential trips to public areas, and social distancing regularly. Continue reading
CASPER, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) – Whether you see your local mailman, or walk into your local post office, operations look a little different. Continue reading
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) — Krista Garnes and her son Josiah decided to leave snacks for their mailmen in their mailbox. They left a bottle of water, a carrot cake roll and an orange. Continue reading
(CBS4) – In a world upended by COVID-19, mail delivery is one of the few things that hasn’t changed. The Postal Service is deemed an essential business, but spokesman James Boxrud says that doesn’t mean it’s business as usual. Continue reading
AUSTIN (KXAN) — US Postal Service workers say they lack supplies and can’t protect themselves during the COVID-19 outbreak. Continue reading
Days after Detroit Mail Carrier Anthony Smith died from COVID 19, United States Postal Workers are voicing their concerns over safety. Continue reading
BECKLEY, WV (WVNS) — The unsung heroes deliver medication, send cards to loved ones, and bring your much needed amazon orders to your doorsteps. Postal workers are still working around the clock to get community members their mail.
But their everyday routine puts them at risk for getting the COVID-19 virus. That is why the United States Postal Service is taking steps to keep their workers safe.
Inside the Beckley store, sneeze guards were installed and the clerks are wearing gloves.
They are also taking steps to keep the community safe. In their stores, they are asking customers to stand six feet apart in line and they only allow 10 people in the lobby at one time.