Santa Visits Kids At Miami Cancer Institute Celebrating Holiday SeasonSanta is spreading holiday cheer a little early to some of the littliest patients at the Miami Cancer Institute at Baptist Health South Florida.
Santa Uses Sign Language To "Speak" With Deaf StudentsJolly Old St. Nick gave a group of kids with a special need some special attention Tuesday morning, letting them deliver their wish list in their own unique way.
NORAD Keeping Tabs On Santa's FlightFor the 60th year, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) is keeping tabs on Old St. Nick, aka Santa Claus, aka Kris Kringle as he make his annual tour of the world.
Handler & "Santa" The Police Dog Reunited Thanks To Social Media"Santa," a police dog who had gone missing early Wednesday was found by a man, and reunited thanks to social media.
A Look At S. Fla Kids' Letters To SantaEvery year, children from around the world write letters to Santa listing items they would like to open Christmas morning.
Hialeah Holds Toy Giveaway For Hundreds Of KidsMr. and Mrs. Claus were the guests of honor Thursday at a toy giveaway held by Hialeah city officials.
Lauderhill Firefighters Play Santa To Family In NeedLauderhill firefighters played Secret Santa to a deserving family Tuesday.
NORAD: Santa's On His WayFor some South Florida families it’s become a time honored tradition - using their computers or phones to track Santa’s flight as he delivers presents to good children across the globe.
Signing Santa Warms Kids HeartsFor many kids, sitting on Santa's lap, posing for a picture with him, and telling him all the gifts they want for Christmas is a holiday tradition they never miss. But for kids who are deaf and hard of hearing, that last part is usually impossible.
As NORAD Tracks Santa, Critics Track NORAD The U.S. and Canadian military will entertain millions of kids again this Christmas Eve with second-by-second updates on Santa's global whereabouts. But there's something new this year: public criticism.
S. Florida Turns To NORAD To Track Santa's Flight For some South Florida families it’s become a time honored tradition - using their computers or phones to track Santa’s flight as he delivers presents to good children across the globe.