Tips To Keep Your Little Ghouls & Goblins Safe On HalloweenAuthorities across South Florida are urging trick-or-treaters and their parents to take the appropriate safety precautions before heading out to collect candy on Thursday evening.
Lauren's List: Little Known Facts About "All Hallows' Eve"The Halloween we know and "celebrate" today, didn't always look the same.
North Miami Pumpkin Prank Has Become A Local LegendAn ongoing Halloween pumpkin prank in North Miami has become a local legend in the city.
Study: Miami Is USA's Third Most Dangerous City To Trick-Or-TreatA Massachusetts software company has found Miami to be the third most dangerous city in the US to go trick-or-treating this year behind Arlington, Texas, and Memphis, Tennesee.
Petition To Move Halloween To Last Saturday In October GrowingWhen Halloween falls on a weekday, as it does this year, would-be revelers can't stay up too late celebrating. That's kind of a bummer, but there's a growing movement to move the sugar-laden holiday to Saturday permanently.
Underwater Halloween Costume Contest Staged In Florida KeysGarbed as goofy Halloween characters, a group of scuba divers submerged 30 feet beneath the surface Wednesday to compete in an underwater costume contest in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary off Key Largo.
Lauren's List: Tips On How To Get Rid Of Leftover Halloween CandyHalloween is here, and while the focus leading up to the spooky event is on costumes and decorations, tonight, it's all about the candy!
Trick or Treat Safety Stressed On Halloween NightHalloween is almost here so now might be a good time to go over some safety guidelines if you have young ghouls and goblins at home who plan to go trick or treating.
Group Starts Petition To Move The Date Of HalloweenThey are calling for a "safer, longer, stress-free celebration."
Miami, Hialeah Make List Of Top 20 Cities For HalloweenMiami and Hialeah make the list of top cities to spend the most spook-tacular time of year, Halloween!
Thousands Of 'Zombies' Parade On Bikes In Key WestMore than 6,500 eerily costumed zombies, known as "the walking dead," abandoned pedestrian power for bicycles Sunday, during Key West's offbeat annual Zombie Bike Ride.