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Parkland Hospital Making Sure Their Tiniest Patients Get In On The Halloween FunVolunteers and staff at Parkland Hospital are making sure the tiniest newborns and their families get in on the Halloween fun this week.
2 Killed, 12 Injured At Packed College Party, Shooter Still At LargeThe FBI, ATF, Texas Rangers and the Hunt County Sheriff’s Department are still searching for the man who shot and killed two people and injured 12 others at a college party near Greenville.
Police: Homecoming Party-Goers Who Witnessed Mass Shooting Not Cooperating In InvestigationPolice say party-goers that witnessed a mass shooting in Greenville Saturday night are not cooperating in their investigation.
Plugged In To DFW: Happy HalloweenHappy Halloween!
Plano-Obsessed Rockwall Boy To Get Dream Tour Of Water TowerA Rockwall boy who has a "weird obsession" with the city of Plano, according to his mother, will be getting his Christmas wish a little earlier this year.
Science Of Fear: The Upside To Stepping Into A Haunted HouseExperts say fear can actually be a form of therapy and can be a bonding experience when with a group.
That's The Spirit: Bewitching And Bootiful Costumes Abound This HalloweenFor a special treat, CBS 11 News tracked down some of the coolest halloween costumes from around the world.
Too Cute To Spook: Nurses Dress NICU Babies Up For HalloweenIt's never too early to start celebrating Halloween, and for babies in the Methodist Dallas Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit, that means a day in costume. 
Beyonce Takes Halloween Back To The '90s With Tony Braxton SaluteBeyonce is in a 1990's mood as she salutes singer Toni Braxton for Halloween.
'No One Likes Them': North Carolina City (Jokingly) Bans Certain Halloween CandyA city in North Carolina has banned certain Halloween candy that it claims "no one likes." Jokingly, of course.
"Halloween" Horror Films: Why People Are Dying To Get Their Fear FixThese days, audiences are dying to pay to get their fear fix. This year's sequel to the original "Halloween" had a monster opening, scaring up a staggering $77.5 million.
Gorgeous Weather Unleashes Pent Up Pumpkin DemandFinally. A picture perfect, fall day.
'Halloween' Scares Up $77.5 Million In Ticket SalesForty years after he first appeared in theaters, Michael Myers is still drawing huge audiences for a good scare.
Lakewood Neighbors Freaked Out, Offended By Hanging Frankenstein It's not your typical Halloween decoration. In one Lakewood neighborhood, a Frankenstein in overalls hangs from a noose attached to a tree.