• Ruben Hernandez has been delivering consistency for the U.S. Postal Service for 30 years.

  • Inside edition report on the letter carrier from California that died in LLV during 117 degree temperatures.

  • WASHINGTON – Jerome A. Proctor, Jr., 24, of Washington, D.C., was sentenced today to 10 years in prison for discharging a firearm during an armed robbery of a United States Postal Service (USPS) Letter Carrier who was delivering mail

  • U.S. Senator Claire McCaskill participated in a Senate hearing today (wednesday) focused on government reorganization, including the potential privatization of the U.S. Postal Service.

  • The United States Postal Service released a statement to News 13 saying, "The safety of our employees is a top priority and the Postal Service has implemented a national Heat Illness Prevention Program (HIPP) for all employees.  In connection with the HIPP, the Postal Service provides mandatory heat-related and other safety training and instruction to all employees and assures they have the resources needed to do their jobs safely."

  • Madison, Wis. (RELEASE) -- The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) says a Polk County woman has been sentenced for stealing from the U.S. Postal Service while she was employed there.

  • ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — An Albuquerque woman has pleaded guilty to assaulting three U.S. Postal Service employees last December and could be facing a federal prison sentence of up to 20 years.

  • Internal Service Performance Measurement (SPM) will replace External First-Class (EXFC), a system that relies heavily on support from an outside organization. EXFC will be retired Sept. 30, and Internal SPM will become the Postal Service’s official service reporting and recording system Oct. 1.

  • CUNA joined other trade association in sending a letter to House leaders urging the adoption of Rep. Patrick McHenry’s (R-N.C.) amendment to the Financial Services and General Government (FSGG) appropriations bill to prohibit the U.S. Postal Service from providing banking services. 

  • Critical situations require men and women who possess the training and knowledge to rescue the endangered, treat the injured, and restore safety and order. With this stamp, the Postal Service recognizes all first responders for their skill, dedication and uncommon bravery.

  • The soldiers who work inside a U.S. Army Post Office (APO) in Poland say mail remains the most reliable way to communicate with their faraway loved ones.

  • The Postal Service traces its roots to July 26, 1775, when the Second Continental Congress appointed Benjamin Franklin as Postmaster General. To help mark the occasion, here are 12 things to know about USPS

  • The Postal Service has made progress in addressing safety and security issues at retail facilities but much remains to be done, according to an IG report summarizing a series of individual reports on all seven postal geographic operating areas.

  • CANAL WINCHESTER, Ohio — Friends of Ginger Ballard gathered at Chestnut Ridge Mountain Bike Trail in Canal Winchester Monday evening to dedicate a maple tree planted in her honor.

  • Authorities said they found a black, 1991 Chevrolet S10 pickup in the driveway, the bed of which was full of undelivered mail. Police also said they found mail in a blue Dodge Intrepid, as well as a 3-foot-high stack of mail in the garage, all undelivered.


Postal Vehicle Fires

We have kept a list of postal vehicle fires since 2014. While not all inclusive, this does show the numbers yearly and provides links to fire information.

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