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Watch the results of TV host Jimmy Kimmel's annual Halloween challenge to parents.
A 7-year-old Craigsville boy dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan for Halloween and his white costume sparked outrage from some in the small community.
It's perfectly OK to smash your pumpkin this weekend at the annual Punkin Chunkin. That, plus a calendar full of arts, crafts, cooking and performance events are all happening this weekend, Nov. 1-3.
MoverMoms is once again collecting leftover Halloween treats to send the candy and snacks to U.S. troops serving overseas.
Pumpkin Smash event at Md. Science Center in Baltimore ends Halloween with orange splatter
On Thursday, a local boy got a very special Halloween.
Halloween is a big deal for the kids in many neighborhoods across the region. But in one Fairfax County community, thieves have made this year a bit disappointing.
WTOP Film Critic Jason Fraley reviews the "Carrie" remake.
Do you avoid black cats and hide on Friday the 13th? Or maybe you knock on wood and carry a rabbit's foot. If you answered yes, then you are superstitious. But why?
The commute on Halloween traditionally starts earlier in the day as parents time-shift and head home to get their children ready to trick-or-treat.
Before you head out the door to trick-or-treat or go to that Halloween party, you and the kids can prepare some healthier, festive snacks to offset the calories from looming stockpiles of candy.
WTOP's Hank Silverberg reports.
A woman in North Dakota is making headlines after announcing she will not give candy on Halloween night to overweight kids who ring her bell. Instead, she'll hand out a letter.
Dressing up as a kid for Halloween was fun, but in college, costumes got awkward. Now, this WTOP editor is on a mission to stop the fuss.
The holidays don't have to ruin your healthy lifestyle. With some moderation and fun activities, you can have a fearless Halloween.