New McCaskill Bill to Prevent Emergency Postal SuspensionsThe bill would prevent the U.S. Postal Service from using its emergency suspension process to indefinitely close post offices without notice to the community.
WATCH: Can You Mail a Potato?Can you slap a stamp on a spud and mail it to someone? KMOX News investigated.
New Device Unveiled to Keep Mail Carriers SafeMail carriers soon will be armed with a Mobile Delivery Device, on which they'll be able to ping potentially dangerous encounters on their route.
St. Louis Postal Workers Claim $1M Powerball PrizeThe lottery says each member of the St. Louis group will receive about $125,000 before taxes.
St. Louis Ranks 7th for Postal Workers Attacked By DogsMace is something Doug Hayward is always armed with when he heads out on his route.
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.
Postal Service Braces for Busiest Mailing DayThe U.S. Postal Service is bracing for its yearly rush.
Saturday Mail Delivery Safe For Now But Common Sense Solutions Could Fix USPS WoesThe possible demise of Saturday mail delivery cast a shadow over the National Rural Letter Carriers Association's convention in St. Louis Tuesday.
TIAM Saturday: Art Fair at Laumeier Sculpture Park, Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive
USPS Closing Springfield, Cape Girardeau CentersMore than 130 job will be lost in Missouri.
Postal Service Plans Job CutsThe plan would eliminate 120,000 jobs through 2015, but still needs congressional approval.