Ohio residents worry deer with plastic Halloween pumpkin stuck on its head may starve. Hilary Golston reports.
Texoma stores are still selling your favorite Halloween decorations and costumes as they prepare to re-stock their shelves.
WFPD wants you to have a safe Halloween by making sure sex offenders are in compliance and by offering some Halloween safety tips.
Colorado dad crafts elaborate costumes around his son's wheelchair. Steve Staeger reports.
A new app will help you and your family have a safe and fun Halloween as well as bring in lots of candy for your kids.
Halloween is around the corner, and Petco joined in on all the spooky fun by hosting its' annual pet costume costume.
Parents are encouraging houses offering non-food treats to display teal pumpkins so children with allergies will know it's safe to stop. Erika Edwards reports.
Archer City officials want their citizens to celebrate Halloween two days earlier than normal.
Ebola themed Halloween costumes are generating controversy. Eddie Garcia reports.
Woman believes she consumed Halloween candy laced with LSD.
Halloween celebrations take a frightening turn at West Hollywood Carnival.
Florida hotel employees say surveillance video shows ghost haunting hotel.
A North Dakota woman says she plans to give a letter instead of candy to Halloween trick or treaters that she feels are "moderately obese." The letter points out the health problems associated with obesity.
A few simple tips can help keep your little trick-or-treater safe on Halloween.
A huge part of Halloween tradition is children dressing up in their costume of choice to hunt for candy. But before they take to streets, make sure your child is not wearing something that can put them in dangerous predicament.
Some tips on how to celebrate the spooky day on a shoestring budget.
This might be the most adorable and unique costume ever.
Wichita Falls Police check registered sex offenders before kids go out in neighborhoods to trick-or-treat.
With Halloween less than two weeks away and Thanksgiving coming up next month, it's time to go out there and get that pumpkin.
North Carolina man displays anti-Obamacare Halloween decorations.