San Jose Postal Workers Take On Santa's Responsibilities Delivering Packages On ChristmasPostal workers took on some of Santa’s responsibilities Thursday delivering packages on Christmas Day in San Jose.
3 Hurt When Postal Service Truck Crashes With Vehicle On Highway 1 Near Half Moon BayThree people were hospitalized after a U.S. Postal Service truck collided with another vehicle on state Highway 1 near Half Moon Bay late Wednesday morning, a California Highway Patrol officer said.
'Substantial Amount' Of Mail Damaged In USPS Truck Fire While En Route From San Francisco To Los AngelesA “substantial amount” of a mail was damaged during a vehicle fire involving a United States Postal Service tractor-trailer Sunday morning, according to a USPS spokesman.
Mail Stops Showing Up In Santa Clara Neighborhood; Post Office Overtime Fears BlamedThe U.S. Postal Service goes by the creed “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,” but one KPIX 5 viewer said that’s not necessarily the case in Santa Clara.
Mornings With Melissa: Voting By Mail For November Election Starts MondayElection Day isn't for another month, but election season starts Monday as ballots are mailed out to millions of voters.
Suspects In Mail Theft Tag-Team Arrested With Bags Of Letters, Packages In Palo AltoTwo people on probation have been arrested after Palo Alto police found bags of U.S. Mail addressed to residences and a business, personal checks stolen from a mailbox and burglary tools.
U.S. Postal Service Sets Up Alternate Mail Service In Napa, Vallejo The U.S. Postal Service has set up alternate locations for mail service in Napa and Vallejo following Sunday's earthquake.
Walnut Creek Police Searching For Man Suspected Of Stealing Package From Doorstep Police in Walnut Creek are asking for the public’s help in finding a man suspected of stealing a package from a home’s front doorstep on Tuesday evening.
San Jose Postal Inspector Arrested, Accused Of Stealing Mail A San Jose postal inspector has been arrested and charged with stealing and destroying mail, including Playboy magazines, passports and marijuana.
San Jose Postal Inspector Arrested, Accused Of Stealing & Destroying MailA San Jose postal inspector has been arrested and charged with stealing and destroying mail.
Campaign 2014 Special Report: Who’s Footing The Bill In Blitz Of Political Ads? In the days before next Tuesday’s California primary election, voters are being buried in direct mail, and bombarded in radio and television ads, but much of the campaign propaganda isn’t paid for by the candidates themselves.
Steve Jobs Getting Postage Stamp In U.S. Post Office Tribute Late Apple founder Steve Jobs is getting his own stamp thanks to a tribute from the U.S. Postal Service. The stamps will be available to put on "snail mail" that the entrepreneur helped reduce the need for in 2015.
ConsumerWatch: UPS Customer Caught Off Guard By 'Insurance' Claim DenialByron Gee of San Francisco thought he did everything right when he recently shipped two headlights cross-country via UPS. The San Francisco chef re-packaged the headlights in their original boxes and added extra newspaper for cushioning. He made sure there was foam covering the edges of the headlights so they wouldn’t scratch. And when the clerk at his local UPS store asked him if he wanted to pay extra for "insurance," Gee said "yes."
Shorthanded Antioch Police Ask Mail Carriers, Garbage Collectors To Help Spot CrimeThe Bay Area News Group reports that employees of the local trash collector, Republic Services Inc., as well as U.S. Postal Service employees have been given tips on how to act as effective witnesses to crimes. The program, dubbed “We’re Looking Out For You” aims to add some experience eyeballs looking out for the city's 105,000 residents.
Cash-Strapped Postal Service Spending $2M On SF ConferenceThe United States Post Office is bleeding red ink and likely discontinuing regular Saturday service, but the organization still had the money to fund a $2 million San Francisco conference for 400 executives this week.