A conversation with the Jolly Northern Elf suddenly goes south when a former business associate, Mumsy Krinklenose, implicates Santa in "Wish Graft" and other high crimes. Only a steady diet of lemon drops -- and firm denials by press secretary Sugar Plum Huckleberry -- can hold Santa together, and keep Christmas on track.
Changing demographics are forcing Santa to reconsider both the toy-making priorities at the North Pole, and workplace amenities for his staff of millennial elves. KCAW's Caitlin Woolsey, a millennial herself, offers a sympathetic ear to Jolly St. Nick.
Santa Claus is fed up over so-called 'fake news' reports that he's not real. Rather than blowing his top on 'The Twitter,' the Jolly Old Elf and his press secretary, Mandy Candy, make Christmas magic happen on the Morning Interview with KCAW's Robert Woolsey.
A network security breach at the North Pole has left Santa exposed -- literally. Retaliatory action against a certain Asian dictator is not planned at this time. "There is not enough coal on planet Earth," said the Jolly Old Elf. With the chief of Santa's IT Security, #blinky@blinky, and KCAW's Robert Woolsey.
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Breaking news, features -- or just a few laughs. KCAW News won top honors in the 2014 Alaska Press Club Awards. Robert Woolsey, John and Finn Straley, and Rachel Waldholz brought home four 1st-place awards and one 2nd-place, including two "All Media" awards.