A Van Nuys man was indicted Tuesday for allegedly possessing child pornography.
The U.S. Postal Service says Los Angeles was the worst city in America for dog attacks on letter carriers last year, and it urged pet owners to help reduce the attacks.
The postmaster general announced Wednesday that the United States Postal Service intends to end first-class Saturday mail delivery the week of Aug. 5.
A Lawndale widow Wednesday night demanded justice for her husband, who was killed while delivering U.S. mail by a man driving a “bandit” taxi without a driver’s license.
The bilingual “Stop Door Spam” campaign will provide residents with placards telling advertisers to stay way from their home.
If you’re sending cards or gifts Monday, be sure to pack your patience for what is expected to be the busiest mailing day of the year for the United States Postal Service.
If you’re one of the millions of Angelenos who took advantage of Cyber Monday deals this year, your gifts should be arriving soon.
It could be the last Christmas for first-class mail here in the Southland.
The Postal Service has announced plans to close more than half of the mail processing facilities in the country — including three here in the Southland.
Two women and a man were arrested on suspicion of check fraud Thursday, according to El Monte police.
Police Wednesday released a security video of two men seen attempting to burglarize a home in Westwood, but only got away with the resident’s mail.
An official-looking letter claiming the recipient has won $500,000 has been distributed nationwide with a fraudulent “check” in the amount of $5,000 from Readers Digest.
The United States Postal Service is reviewing 3,600 offices for possible closure.
A $10,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of a burglar who broke into a post office in Claremont.
We’ve all put a letter in the mailbox without a stamp…or the wrong address…or maybe you forgot to seal the envelope and all the contents of your letter got lost in the shuffle.