Md. Man Held In Florida, Charged In Alleged $50 Million FraudA former Maryland man has been arrested in an alleged $50 million mail fraud scheme.
Vigil Held For Postal Worker Who Was Killed On The Job Last YearA Maryland postal carrier killed last year is remembered at a vigil.
Local U.S. Postal Service Workers Protest Cost-Cutting ChangesPostal workers across the country are protesting changes coming to the mail system.
Baltimore County Letter Carrier Pleads Guilty To Stealing MailA U.S. Postal Service employee has pleaded guilty to stealing more than 20,000 pieces of mail since 2005.
Postal Carrier Charged With Mail Theft Mostly Stole From Parkville, Catonsville BranchesA longtime Catonsville mail carrier is accused of stealing 20,000 pieces of mail. Investigators say he made off with gift cards, credit cards and much more.
Baltimore Postal Worker Charged With Stealing More Than 20,000 Pieces Of MailFederal authorities are investigating a Baltimore postal worker who is charged with stealing more than 20,000 pieces of mail.
Empty Mailboxes Across Maryland Have Congress Demanding AnswersCommunities across Maryland aren't getting their mail. Many Marylanders are frustrated, but for some, it's a matter of life or death.
Postal Workers Rally To Make Their Job SaferRallying for safety. Hundreds of Maryland mail carriers descended on the nation's capital Monday, pushing for federal safer working conditions after a Maryland postal worker was gunned down while delivering mail after dark.
Woman Pleads Guilty In $3.6M EmbezzlementA woman who prosecutors say financed a lavish lifestyle by embezzling $3.6 million from her employer has pleaded guilty to a federal mail fraud charge.
Mail Mania! Postal Elves Survive The Busiest Shipping Day Of The YearThe United States Postal Service and other shippers are bracing for the busiest mailing day of the year.
3 Suspects Arrested In Anne Arundel County Mail TheftsPolice arrest three suspects accused of mail theft in Anne Arundel County.
Congress Turning To Social Media; Mail Use DeclinesMaryland's U.S. congressional delegation spent more than $1.1 million sending official mail through the U.S. Postal Service, requiring only their signatures to reach constituents from 2010 through the first quarter of 2013, according to an analysis by The Frederick News-Post.