The clock is ticking down to Christmas day. With just a few hours left until midnight, shopping centers and malls across North Texas have been filled to the brim today.
What was supposed to be a simple trip to the mall to see Santa, turned out to be the sweetest moment between a little girl and her dad.
A man throws a thousand bucks into a mall crowd and the internet mourns a movie star.
Dallas’ Southwest Center Mall has struggled since shoppers have fled to newer, suburban destinations. Now, after surviving bankruptcy and years of a tarnished public image it’s in the midst of a jaw dropping revitalization.
A suburban Portland mall remains closed while crime scene experts detail the shooting that left three people dead and one wounded and sent Santa and thousands of shoppers running.
Teenagers have been hanging out at shopping malls since the 1970s. It almost seems like a rite of passage. At Northpark Center in Dallas, that rite of passage now requires a parent after 6 p.m.