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  • Help Squad: UPS Store delivers refund on returned package

    Help Squad: UPS Store delivers refund on returned package
    Dear Help Squad, On January 15, 2015, we took a box to the UPS Store on Lake Avenue in Edens Plaza in Wilmette. This box was shipped and returned one week later as unacceptable. We paid $86 for shipping and insurance. Our items were shipped to...
  • Is Restaurant Service Fee Taxable? Shouldn't UPS/FedEx Lower Fuel Surcharge?

    Is Restaurant Service Fee Taxable? Shouldn't UPS/FedEx Lower Fuel Surcharge?
    What's the difference between a service charge and a tip at a restaurant? And if fuel prices are so low, why haven't UPS and FedEx dropped their fuel surcharges? It's another edition of "Is It Just Me?" — where no question is too small for The...
  • Man accused of trying to mail $60K worth of pot to Texas

    Man accused of trying to mail $60K worth of pot to Texas
    A 23-year-old man is accused of trying to mail about $60,000 worth of marijuana from Colorado to his home in Texas. The Pueblo Chieftain reports Johnny Wolfe, of San Angelo, Texas, was arrested Wednesday on a charge of possession of marijuana with...
  • Police: Former UPS worker charged with stealing pills

    Police: Former UPS worker charged with stealing pills
    A former UPS employee has been charged with stealing more than $4,100 worth of prescription painkillers, Bethlehem Township police said. The thefts began about a week after Leonard William Spearing was hired at the UPS facility in the 2300 block of...
  • A love letter: The U.S. Postal Service delivers under tough conditions

     A love letter: The U.S. Postal Service delivers under tough conditions
    Physically getting something from here to there inexpensively and efficiently despite the weather, distance, snarling dogs and whatever other obstacles may get in the way? "Going postal" should be considered a great thing. If we could all go postal,...
  • REDEYE TWITTER SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES

        NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT INCREASE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING.  The RedEye CSO The Godfater Twitter Sweepstakes (“Sweepstakes”) starts at 10:00 AM (CT) on Friday, January 29, 2015 and ends at 1:00 PM...
  • Crime Report: Resident's mail put on hold in suspected identity theft

    La Cañada Flintridge Jan. 21 Residential burglary: 1200 block of El Vago Street. A man reported that he locked his residence when he left it at 8:15 a.m. When he returned at 7:35 p.m. it was apparent someone had broken in and ransacked the house....
  • Woman posed as bank official, fleeced about $800,000

    Woman posed as bank official, fleeced about $800,000
    A 21-year-old Florida woman who said she dropped out of school in ninth grade admitted Monday that she defrauded about $800,000 from unsuspecting investors. Using the stolen identity of a Credit Suisse bank official, a UPS mail drop in Fort Lauderdale...
  • Man sentenced in mailing of meth in mannequin heads

    Man sentenced in mailing of meth in mannequin heads
    A man was sentenced Thursday for his role in the mailing of four pounds of crystal methamphetamine to Hawaii that was stuffed in two mannequin heads. Zebulon Bates, 37, of Kaneohe, Hawaii, was sentenced to 52 months in prison and has until next month to...
  • Time for trucker to focus on his family's needs

    Time for trucker to focus on his family's needs
    Like many workers, Julio Cervantes has a job but isn't an employee. Cervantes, 46, drives a semi-truck around Southern California, picking up cargo at the local ports and delivering it to warehouses and rail yards. Since 2002, he has worked for a...
  • Amazon to open its 1st Illinois warehouse

     Amazon to open its 1st Illinois warehouse
    Amazon.com and state officials will announce Tuesday plans for new facilities in the Chicagoland region that would employ at least 1,000 people within three years, according to the state's economic development agency. "We're beginning site selection...