Mike Sugerman’s About the Bay travels to Canyon, where a small community is saddened by the threat of their post office’s closure
The U.S. Postal Service announced in 2012 that it planned to sell the building, in part because of a multi-billion dollar deficit it is facing.
A San Jose postal inspector has been arrested and charged with stealing and destroying mail, including Playboy magazines, passports and marijuana.
A San Jose postal inspector has been arrested and charged with stealing and destroying mail.
Federal wildlife officials have decided not to pursue criminal charges against a tree trimmer who injured protected birds while cutting back trees at an Oakland post office last month, according to a congressman who is investigating the matter.
A Bay Point tree trimmer could be facing federal charges for trimming trees outside a downtown Oakland post office earlier this month where protected birds were nesting, a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service investigator said Wednesday.
After receiving death threats, a Bay Area tree trimmer who was blamed for harming birds during a trimming job in Oakland is trying to smooth ruffled feathers.
Federal officials say no endangered birds died in a wood chipper this month as a company trimmed trees outside an Oakland post office
A dead dog left just feet away from a cluster of mailboxes in East Oakland was left for nearly a week before being cleaned up by animal control, but even then, the grisly task wasn’t complete, as KPIX 5 discovered Tuesday.
Oakland residents say rare birds were slaughtered during an Oakland tree-trimming project on behalf of the downtown U.S. Post office.