Being With Loved Ones Most Important Gift During Holidays Say Travelers At Dallas Love FieldThere were a lot of happy family reunions Tuesday as people are celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah and the New Year.
Santa Visits Babies, Families In Dallas Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit On Christmas EveThe tiniest patients and their parents were treated to a holiday surprise at Texas Health Dallas on Christmas Eve.
Fort Worth Firefighters Deliver Holiday Meals To Dozens Of Families In NeedThe department used money raised throughout the year to make the Christmas season a little better for those who can use a hand.
Busiest Week For North Texas Entrepreneur Who Rents Out Hundreds Of Santas WorldwideMitch Allen started as a Santa back in 2008, when he dressed up for a company party. He enjoyed it so much he began working parties, photo shoots and other events.
Secret Santa Buys New Bikes For Fort Worth Elementary School StudentsAn anonymous donor bought bicycles for every third, fourth and fifth grade student at Joy James Elementary School.
Texas Rangers Help Christmas Come Early For Area ChildrenThis year's Texas Rangers toy drive brought in nearly 17,000 toys for North Texas kids at Christmas.
Much More Than Santas At University Park 'Santa House'Unwilling to settle for any old display, Wayne Smith set out to do Christmas decorations a little different.
'Operation Christmas Child' Volunteers In North Texas Sending Joy To Impoverished Kids Across The WorldIt's a scene that could rival an image of Santa's elves hustling to get Christmas presents ready at the North Pole.
Garland To Celebrate Christmas On The Square; Tree Lighting TonightIt starts at 5:30 p.m. with the tree lighting set for 7:00 p.m on the Downtown Garland Square at 520 W. State Street.
North Texas Police Department Putting Grinch To Work Spreading Holiday Cheer, Free Gift CardsA Willow Park, Texas police employee dressed as the Grinch approaches people in their cars who are obeying traffic laws and handing them a $5 gift card.
Texas Teacher Among Thousands With Medical Debt Erased By Charity Reagen Adair, a fifth-grade teacher in Murchison, Texas, had $3,100 in debt erased by a nonprofit called RIP Medical Debt.