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  • Dogs go postal on letter carriers! Houston becomes dog-bite capital

    Dogs go postal on letter carriers! Houston becomes dog-bite capital
    Houston has jumped to the No. 1 most dangerous city in the nation when it comes to dogs biting postal workers. Last year, dogs attacked 5,581 postal employees. Houston wrested the top spot from Los Angeles, which fell to No. 2 in the latest standings....
  • Los Angeles ranks No. 2 in dog attacks on U.S. postal workers

    Los Angeles ranks No. 2 in dog attacks on U.S. postal workers
    Working as a U.S. postal worker can be risky, especially in Los Angeles, where dog attacks rank second highest in the nation, according to a report out this week. Houston only slightly beat out Los Angeles for the top spot on a list complied by the U.S....
  • Life in the slow lane [Editorial]

    Life in the slow lane  [Editorial]
    One of the marvels of the Internet to date is that it's largely been a level playing field where there is equal access to all (at least those not blocked by oppressive governments), an arrangement that has not only encouraged innovation and investment but...
  • Today is the last day to register to vote in June 3 primary

    Today is the last day to register to vote in June 3 primary
     The voter registration deadline looms Monday for those who want to participate in the June 3 California primary election. New voters, plus anyone who has moved, changed names or switched party affiliation must complete their registration by the...
  • Couple says postal worker killed pet dog

    Couple says postal worker killed pet dog
    A Texas couple says a postal worker killed their pet dog with a rock when the 5-year-old Yorkshire terrier escaped from their yard, according to the Star-Telegram. Lawrence Brown says the dog was always friendly and never aggressive. He believes the dog...
  • SAG-AFTRA, SoundExchange Find $2.3 Million in Digital Royalties for Performers

    SAG-AFTRA and SoundExchange have identified nearly 2,000 union members who may have a cumulative $2.3 million in unclaimed royalties for use of their recordings from digital radio services. SAG-AFTRA and SoundExchange announced Wednesday that funds...
  • Fiesta Days: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in LCF

    Fiesta Days: How to celebrate Memorial Day weekend in LCF
    Starting Friday, locals can celebrate Fiesta Days and Memorial weekend in La Cañada with a number of events, including a vintage car show and fireworks. Here is the lineup for upcoming Memorial Day events: Memorial Weekend Fiesta Days — May 23...
  • Police arrest man in alleged lottery scam

    Police arrest man in alleged lottery scam
    Glendale police have arrested a 62-year-old Los Angeles man on suspicion of felony financial elder abuse in relation to an alleged lottery phone scam. The investigation into Carl Bullock’s activities began in March when a Glendale bank employee...
  • Give your search a helping hand with alternatives primed for growth

    Some career fields are in worse shape than others. We've identified struggling professions that you might want to think twice about entering. All are shedding positions, most are saddled with below-average pay and many come with high stress, based on such...
  • Snow kept mail carriers from delivering to some houses

    Lee Smith's neighborhood finally is thawing out. Ice patches have receded. Grass patches have reappeared. And mail is being delivered regularly. Smith is among several people who live in the neighborhoods off Presidential Drive in Whitehall Township...
  • 120,000 bills, letters burn after postal truck crashes in O.C.

    120,000 bills, letters burn after postal truck crashes in O.C.
    Nearly 120,000 letters and bills went up in flames early Tuesday when a pair of big rigs collided along the 57 Freeway in Brea. One was from a U.S. Postal Service facility in Santa Ana, where workers process about 1 million pieces of mail daily,...