A U.S. Coast Guard ship loaded with more than 1,200 Michigan Christmas trees has arrived in downtown Chicago.
CBS 2’s Roseanne Tellez has tips on finding the perfect one.
Hundreds of volunteers unloaded 1,600 Christmas trees from the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Mackinaw at Navy Pier on Saturday. The trees will go to families who can’t afford one.
The first weekend in December is coming up, and with much warmer temperatures expected, a lot of people will go hunting for their Christmas trees.
Some needy Chicago families found reason for a little excitement Tuesday at a Salvation Army Center in the Little Village neighborhood.
Christmastime is here at the Museum of Science and Industry.
If you live in a Chicago high-rise, you might have to toss out your Douglas fir and just resign yourself to making do with pine room spray.
An artificial tree for Christmas or a natural one? Which one is safest? Underwriters Laboratories Inc. recently found some pre-lit artificial trees can be as much as a fire hazard in your home, as a dry tree. As CBS 2′s Suzanne Le Mignot reports, there are ways to keep your family safe.
The U.S. Coast Guard cutter Mackinaw is moored at Navy Pier, after disgorging more than 1,200 Christmas trees for needy Chicago families.
If you’re trying to figure out when you’ll be able to get out to buy a fresh Christmas tree this year, a Chicago area-based company says you might want to think about ordering your tree from the Internet.