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  • Tunisian Man Arrested in Deadly Attack on Benghazi Consulate

    Tunisian Man Arrested in Deadly Attack on Benghazi Consulate
    The Tunisian government on Wednesday confirmed it has arrested a 28-year-old Tunisian reportedly linked to the U.S. Consulate attack in Libya, according to the AP. Tunisian Interior Ministry spokesman Tarrouch Khaled said Ali Harzi was in custody in...
  • Dear Postman, D-liver D-letter D-soon D-better -- especially if there's coke inside

    Dear Postman, D-liver D-letter D-soon D-better -- especially if there's coke inside
    Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet, nor hail shall keep the postmen from their appointed rounds. -Postal carriers' motto Well, a little snow got in the way of one Florida postal carrier's job. Robert Hunt Jr., a 24-year postal employee was busted...
  • US Postal Service is in need of junk mail

    US Postal Service is in need of junk mail
    "Knock, knock."  "Who's there?"  "The mailman: you've got mail."  If you hear something like this, please don't open the door: it's probably a robbery.  Love letters, letters from the front and postcards died long ago by the digital hands of emails,...
  • Salute to Local Olympians- Josh Mance

    Gayle Anderson was live in Phillips Ranch to continue our series of reports SALUTE TO LOCAL OLYMPIANS. Today's spotlight was on U.S. Track and Field Star, Josh Mance, a member of the 4x400 relay USA Olympic team. A sophomore at USC, Mance is a 400-meter...
  • Salute to Our Local Olympians-Paralympians: Katy Sullivan

       Gayle Anderson was live in Burbank to continue our series of reports, SALUTE TO LOCAL OLYMPIANS. Today's spotlight features Paralympic Track and Field athlete, Katy Sullivan. Born without either of her lower legs, Ms. Sullivan has been competing...
  • U.S. Postal Service loses $2.4 million an hour in third quarter

    U.S. Postal Service loses $2.4 million an hour in third quarter
    The U.S. Postal Service released a dire financial report for the third quarter, featuring a $5.2-billion loss as first-class mail volume shrinks and the agency continues to default on retiree healthcare benefit payments. For the three months ended June...
  • Child Porn Investigation Begun Against Penn State's Sandusky: Report

    Child Porn Investigation Begun Against Penn State's Sandusky: Report
    (Reuters) - The Postal Inspection Service is investigating whether former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky shared child pornography with other people, CBS News reported on Friday. Sandusky was convicted in June of sexually abusing 10 boys over...
  • U.S. Postal Service losing $57 million per day

    U.S. Postal Service losing $57 million per day
    Video may have killed the radio star, but many believe email’s killed theU.S. Postal Service. The problem is the agency has lost $5.2 billion in just three months; that’s about $57 million a day.  What’s scary, the USPS losses didn&...
  • Former mail carrier pleads guilty to stealing charity donations

    Former mail carrier pleads guilty to stealing charity donations
    A veteran postal carrier admitted Thursday to stealing nearly 30,000 letters containing cash, checks or money orders that he was supposed to deliver to a charity on his mail route in Berwyn, federal authorities said. Frederick L. Taylor stole $275,000...
  • Stamp Out Hunger campaign to be held May 12

    Stamp Out Hunger campaign to be held May 12
    The United States Postal Service's annual campaign to end hunger will be held May 12. The USPS along with its carriers will begin collecting food donations to feed America's hungry as part of the Stamp Out Hunger food drive. “The Postal...
  • Plan to fix Postal Service passes Senate

    Plan to fix Postal Service passes Senate
    The Senateon Wednesday passed a plan to save the strugglingU.S. Postal Service, an effort that could save thousands of jobs and 100 mail processing plants now slated to be closed or consolidated next month. In an unusual showing of bipartisanship, the...