Postal Service Expects 12% Increase In Packages This YearThis year the U.S. Postal Service expects a 12 percent increase in packages this holiday season for a total of 16 billion nationwide.
Intended Recipients Of Mail In Bizarre Hoarding Case Might Get It DeliveredA prosecutor handling the case of a former postal worker accused of not delivering pieces of mail, including letters and packages in Sterling said he would allow the return of mail to its intended recipients starting this week.
Bill & Chelsea Clinton, Mike Pence Headed To ColoradoWith a week to go before the final day of the election, the presidential campaigns are working hard to turn out the vote in Colorado.
26,000 Missing Mail Items Found; Ex-Postal Worker ChargedAuthorities say they recovered more than 26,000 pieces of undelivered mail in northeastern Colorado and arrested a former Postal Service worker.
Bride's Wedding Invitations Lost By Post Office Begin Showing UpThere was some good news for a bride-to-be whose wedding invitations were lost in the mail.
Man Arrested After Pot Package From Colorado Mailed To Wrong Virginia AddressA Virginia man has been arrested after police say a package containing marijuana was mailed to the wrong address.
Man Accused Of Blowing Up Mailbox To Appear In CourtA man charged in connection with blowing up a Postal Service mailbox in Arvada is scheduled to appear in federal court on Tuesday.
Couple Allegedly Caught With 'Significant Amount' Of Stolen MailTwo Castle Rock residents have been arrested after allegedly stealing from mailboxes across Douglas County.
Man Admits To Blowing Up Mailbox With Pipe Bomb To Impress Girlfriend A man has been charged in connection with a Postal Service mailbox that was destroyed by a pipe bomb in Arvada last week.
Postal Service Mailbox Explosion Possibly Caused By Pipe BombInspectors with the U.S. Postal Service and the ATF have joined Arvada police in an investigation into how a Postal Service mailbox was destroyed overnight.
Mailman Delivers Toddler Wandering In Busy Road To SafetyA toddler owes her life to a neighborhood mailman who cared when nobody else did.
US Postal Service Says Mailing Marijuana Ads Is IllegalThe U.S. Postal Service says it's illegal to mail materials containing advertising for marijuana products, even in states that have legalized the federally controlled substance.

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