December 4, 2013
A North Texas gun range has canceled its second “Photos With Santa and His AR15′s” event, even though it did not cancel the first one held a day after the Connecticut shootings.
It’s the time of year where homeowners in an Mansfield neighborhood would be showing off their Christmas decorations. This year, there’s not much of that going around.
The Shops at Willow Bend in Plano hosted a special visit from a special group of children Thursday.
Even in a time when most of us email or text, North Texas children still pull out a pencil and paper to write letters to Santa.
For thousands of people, coming to NorthPark Center to see the “Real Santa Claus” is an annual tradition. This year will be Santa’s 23rd year at the North Dallas mall.
A Dallas-area Santa’s sworn duty to serve and protect won out over spreading holiday cheer to one Dallas criminal who will be spending Christmas on the naughty list.
Santa already is piling up big numbers on social networking sites this season, so the volunteer Santa-trackers at NORAD are bracing for tens of thousands of calls and emails when their operations center goes live on Christmas Eve.
This time of year Santa is a very busy guy, with all the list making and appearances at malls and stores all over the world, taking toy requests from all the good little boys and girls.
TxDOT has launched a new campaign to try and keep people from drinking and driving. The public service announcement shows Santa unhappy when he finds his reindeer throwing back beers and martinis, so he opts for a fleet of taxis to pull his sleigh.
Less than two weeks before Christmas, the Kessler’s yard is decked out with Holiday cheer. “It just gives a sense of peace, fun and joy,” says Linda Kessler, who lives in Mineral Wells.
One of the hardest working men this time of year is none other than Santa Claus. But one North Texas mall Santa is not just any old Saint Nick. He’s been doing it for decades, and you may even have sat on his lap as a child.