After hearing New School talk about Christmas Cards this morning, Ben and Skin do their own rendition of New School discussing Christmas cards.
AAA Texas has predicted that 7.9 million people statewide will be traveling during the upcoming 12-day holiday period, starting Saturday and running through January 1.
Christmas lights of a different kind are brightening up Fair Park in Dallas. The traditional Chinese Lantern Festival exhibit has added some special displays for the holidays.
With the countdown to Christmas coming fast, ‘desperation shopping’ is the sport of the day.
The ornament features the Texas Star in the middle and was auctioned in celebration of what the State Perseveration Board says is 1 million sold since the first Capitol ornament in 1996.
Millions are expected to head to the post office today to mail out their Christmas gifts and cards, making this the busiest day of the year for the USPS.
Pentatonix — the Arlington native a capella group — is at it again, this time performing a Christmas classic ‘Angels We Have Heard on High’. Watch it here!
Arlington’s Interlochen neighborhood lit up it’s annual light display for the first time Saturday night. More than 200 homes are participating in the over-the-top display of Christmas cheer.
Radio stations 98.7 KLUV and La Grande 107.5 fm raised $1,032,880.74 during their ‘Christmas is for Children’ Radiothon.
A third grader from Coppell exemplifies what the holiday spirit of putting others first is all about.
The Texas DPS said that additional DWI patrols began Friday and will run through January 2. The period includes both the Christmas and New Year’s Day holidays.
At Nichols Elementary, cross guards wear festive hats and letters to Santa line the hallways.