Pa., NYC, Others Settle With Postal Service Over Cigarettes
New York City and four states — including Pennsylvania — that had filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Postal Service announced a settlement Monday in which the agency agreed it would destroy packages of cigarettes sent illegally to the United States from other countries.
Woman Gets Postcard Her Late Mom Sent on 1960s Honeymoon, Then More Mail From the Dead
A woman in New York is now receiving mail from the distant past — written by relatives who have since passed away.
Govt Watchdog Faults Postal Service Analysis of New Trucks
A government watchdog says the U.S. Postal Service’s environmental evaluation used for purchases of next-generation delivery vehicles relied on some false assumptions
NBC10 @Issue: Daylight Saving Time; Bill McSwain on His Candidacy; Mail Theft
NBC10 Issue’s Lauren Mayk brings you the debate about springing forward for Daylight Saving Time and she speaks to Republican gubernatorial candidate Bill McSwain about his candidacy and where he stands on the issues. Plus, Tracy Davidson tracks down people who had mailed checks stolen. Here’s what you can do.
Bill Passed to Help the United States Postal Service Stay Afloat
Both Democratic and Republican representatives of the House agreed on a bill to aid the US Postal Service and relieve financial pressures the service has been dealing with for more than a decade. NBC10’s Lauren Mayk has the details.