'This Post Office Sucks': Neighbors Fed Up With South Side USPS LocationSouth Side neighbors from Bronzeville to Hyde Park are taking action because they feel like their local post office isn't meeting their expectations.
U.S. Postal Service Vehicle Struck Near AddisonA U.S. Postal Service semi-truck was struck by a driver travelling northbound near Addison and Western shortly after 4 a.m. Saturday.
Postal Worker Shot On The Job Suffers Nerve DamageA postal worker shot on the job says "every day is extra" in 2019. 
Still No Motive In Shooting Of Elk Grove Village Postal WorkerPolice say they have a lot of leads but still no motive for the shooting. It is the first known shooting in the village in nearly two years.
U.S. Postal Service Worker Shot In Elk Grove VillageU.S. Postal Service worker was shot by an unknown offender while driving in a postal vehicle around 6 p.m. Monday.
Postal Worker Shot In Elk Grove Village; First Known Shooting In Nearly Two YearsPolice are investigating after a U.S. Postal Service worker was shot in Elk Grove Village Monday night. 
Caught In The Act: Postal Worker Throwing Packages At Front DoorThat mail carrier was making his rounds Wednesday. When asked if why he was throwing the packages around, he turned his back, refusing to answer questions. 
Get Packages By Christmas With US Postal Service's Holiday Mailing DeadlinesThe Postal Service provided guidelines to ensure mails arrives by Dec. 25. 
Chicago Workers Rally Amid White House Push For Postal ChangesWorkers rallied near a downtown Chicago post office, with signs reading "U.S. Mail, Not For Sale" and "We Belong To The People, Not Corporate America."
'Chicago's Finest' Honored With Commemorative StampThe commemorative Forever stamp "honors the men and women who serve as firefighters, law enforcement officers and emergency medical professionals for their skill, dedication and uncommon bravery."
3 Charged In Alleged $16 Million Postal Service SchemeSeveral owners of bulk-mailing businesses in Illinois are accused of pocketing millions by charging companies for 80 million pieces of mail and never actually paying the U.S. Postal Service.