This year it could be you reading children’s wish lists to Santa through a program by United States Postal Service.
Bringing Thanksgiving dinner to your loved ones? The TSA has got you covered.
A brother and sister were in the middle of taking holiday pictures when an unexpected guest crashed the scene.
A father shared his 10-year-old daughter’s Christmas list on social media and it might be one of the strangest gift lists any child has ever assembled. Apparently, the girl has big plans for Christmas morning.
Santa Claus is at it again, answering thousands of Christmas letters from children around the world at a special post office in the northern German town of Himmelpfort.
Jennifer Jolly, a nationally syndicated tech-life columnist, said she'd "rather r lick a San Francisco sidewalk than camp out all night" for so-called doorbuster deals on Black Friday.
The annual event includes the lighting of the 55-foot Mount Shasta fir tree decorated with 5,000 lights and 600 ornaments.
PG&E’s financial troubles are affecting a long time holiday tradition in San Jose. The executive director of Christmas in the Park said this year PG&E is scaling back its sponsorship big time. Christmas in the Park is set to open later this month with an expected 700,000 visitors.
That means it’s time for the great annual holiday debate: Fake Christmas tree or real?
Amazon Prime members can now get free, one-day delivery on more than 10 million items, the company said.
A little boy’s homemade Big Bird costume is being praised for its detail and cuteness.
A group of sex offenders in Butts County is suing the Sheriff's Office for posting "No Trick-or-Treating" signs on their homes. The Butts County Sheriff said he's taking action to keep kids safe on Halloween by posting the signs, but the sex offenders argue this is a violation of their rights to free speech and to privacy.
A mother's Facebook post explaining the meaning behind her son's blue Halloween candy bucket has gone viral.
Need inspiration for the perfect Halloween costume? You might want to take notes from this Ohio mom.
Audrey Cooper, editor in chief of the San Francisco Chronicle, speaks to KTVU News @ 9A about this year's Season of Giving and how it will help the needy.