Santa Claus came to Dearborn this weekend.
Santa Claus was at the Dearborn Fire Department Fire Safety House this weekend—and we've got the photos to prove it! Check out our shots from Santa's visit with local kids at Fire Station No. 2, and add your own photos by clicking on the "Upload Photos and Video" button."
Thanks to NORAD, children young and old can keep track of Santa Claus as he journeys around the world toward Michigan.
For 364 days out of the year, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) spends its time tracking airplanes, missiles, space ships—anything flying near the United States and Canada. But on Christmas Eve, a team of volunteers spends the night tracking a very special pilot: Santa Claus. "We are the only organization that has the technology, the qualifications and the people to do it," NORAD said on its website. "NORAD tracks Santa, but only Santa knows his route, which means we cannot predict where and when he will arrive at your house." Santa usually starts at the International Date Line in the Pacific Ocean and travels west, NORAD noticed, meaning he moves from the South Pacific to New Zealand, Australia, Asia, Africa and Europe …