VIDEO: 7 Most Frustrating Packaging RipoffsDon't you hate it when you open up a new family-size bag of potato chips and it's only halfway full.
U.S. Postal Service Celebrates Gateway Arch with New StampU.S. Postal Service will unveil the Gateway Arch Priority Mail Express stamp on Tuesday, March 21.
Last Call For Holiday Mail To Make It In Time For ChristmasThis is the last day for first-class postage letters and cards to get to their destination by Christmas.
Don't Shop on Cyber Monday Until You Have a Delivery PlanFirst, think about how to protect your online purchases from being stolen by porch pirates.
BBB Warns St. Louis About Burial Insurance SchemeThe Better Business Bureau is warning St. Louis residents who receive an offer in the mail for burial insurance policies.
WATCH: Can You Mail a Potato?Can you slap a stamp on a spud and mail it to someone? KMOX News investigated.
Former Postal Service Worker Convicted in Theft ConspiracyFederal prosecutors say Cook and three other former employees of a Postal Service distribution center in Hazelwood diverted mail to themselves and other acquaintances.
Illinois Now Accepting FOID Applications OnlineSomething that could only be done through snail mail until now.
Missouri Town's Water Bills Lost in the MailResidents of one small southeast Missouri town can be excused if they haven't paid their water bills because the bills are all lost in the mail.
Bosnian Immigrants Plead Not Guilty in Terror Financing CaseAn immigrant couple from Bosnia pleaded not guilty Wednesday to federal charges of funneling money and military supplies to extremist groups in Iraq and Syria.
Missouri Superintendent Charged in Steroids CaseA southeast Missouri school superintendent is charged with trying to sell steroids through the mail.
Postal Workers Object To Mail Delay ProposalFriday afternoon demonstration in downtown St. Louis warns public of postal service cuts