morning cram [special deliveries edition]
“Faced with an $8.5 billion loss, the U.S. Postal Service has been cutting back: slashing hours, combining routes and closing offices. In East Cleveland, Ohio, the city’s only post office has been downsized from nearly 100 employees to just one.”
~ NPR has special memories from a struggling industry.
KENTUCKY ~ Roads are treacherous after Thanksgiving Day weather. Black Friday means beefed-up security in many communities. The flu is here, but the vaccine supply is plentiful. A Turkey Day car crash at Kenlake State Park kills one, injures another. A soldier’s death may have been suicide. A legislator wants to make state government transparent. Wild horses need homes, and endangered cranes huddle up in Union County.
SPORTS ~ MSU > Stanford