With the fun of Halloween also comes things to look out for. We have tips on making this Halloween a spooky but safe one.
It's always important for parents to check their kids' candy, making sure it is sealed. Muskingum County Sheriff Matt Lutz says it's also vital for parents to know if their kids can handle trick or treating without them.
"If children do leave the home by themselves, it's always good to be in numbers. So we suggest that kids, if they are old enough to go...
Rain didn't stop ghouls and goblins from enjoying the spooktacular Dresden Halloween Festival.
This is the first year for the festival and residents were invited to dress up, have some treats and play Halloween themed games. The days events included a 5k race, pumpkin pie eating contest and costume contest. Volunteers say it was a great day for the community to come together.
"Yea I really feel it is bringing Dresden back from the slump it was in when the IGA...
Hundreds of local children are out trick or treating tonight and Saturday so drivers need to be on the lookout.
Children are more likely to get hit by a car during Halloween than any other time of the year. It is suggested to give children flash lights so the light will get a driver's attention. Fire officials say light reflectors on costumes are also helpful in keeping chidlren safe.
In addition, parents need to stay close to their children and make sure they stay out...
Don't be suprised if you see a football player, frog or cheerleader walking on four legs this Halloween.
Pet costumes are more popular than ever before and come in a variety styles. We Lov Pets on Maple Avenue says pet costumes are flying off the shelves, but owners need to make sure their dogs or cats fit the costumes.
"They need to be comfy, nice and loose on them, but not too loose, you don't want it dragging on the floor so they can use it for next year," says...
Carving a pumpkin for Halloween is a tradition that many families partake in every October.
With October 31st, being less than two weeks away, people are flocking to farms and stores to make sure they get their pumpkins in time, and WHIZ's Emily Baird is here to tell us how to pick out that perfect pumpkin this year.
"I just gotta go pick the biggest pumpkin I can find, " says pumpkin carver Kendra Tucker.