Meet Chicago's Mr. And Mrs. KlausFor 16 years now, Jennifer Jones and Matt Beresh, wife and husband, have distributed thousands of gifts to needy families. CBS 2's Jim Williams reports.
Newspaper No Longer Stands By Story Of Boy Dying In Santa’s ArmsThe Knoxville News-Sentinel says it no longer stands by the story of a man who told the newspaper that a terminally ill boy died in his arms while he was portraying Santa Claus.
Child Gets Christmas Wish From Santa, Dies In His ArmsEric Schmitt-Matzen tells a story of how he granted one final wish to an ill child, who would die in his arms.
Edgewater Couple Seeks To Uplift With Giant Letter To SantaA Chicago couple’s attempt to process their grief about the Sandy Hook school massacre three years ago has become a poignant holiday tradition.
Tinley Park Charity Delivering Gifts To Families In NeedSanta Claus is coming to town a bit early for some needy families in southwest suburban Tinley Park.
Santa Pays Visit To Kids At La Rabida Hospital For 44th Year- For more than four decades, Santa has paid a visit to the kids at La Rabida Children's Hospital on Chicago's South Side and he was there again today.
Rooftop Santa Reaches Fundraising Goal, Catholic School Will Stay Open
Santa Helping South Side Catholic School Raise Money To Stay OpenSt. Florian School at 13110 S. Baltimore Av. needs to raise more than $50,000 to avoid being closed by the Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago.
Seriously Ill Kids Fly To "North Pole" To Meet SantaWhen a child is seriously ill, a parent will do just about anything to make him or her happy. One children's charity teamed up with United Airlines this weekend in Chicago to help several parents of seriously ill kids very happy.
A Tour Of America’s Roadside Attractions - Part 2Continuing our journey a little further east, check out part two of our state-to-state guide to America's roadside attractions!
Letters To Santa Piling Up At Post OfficeLetters to Santa are piling up at Chicago's Main Post Office, waiting for an attentive helper to answer them.