UO Hosts Halloween SpookTastic Concert

EUGENE, Ore. — The University of Oregon School of Music and Dance is hosting its third annual Halloween SpookTastic Concert Monday night. Organizers say the event is a great way to give students some performance practice while giving the community a family-friendly holiday event. Expect costumed musicians, lots of candy and Halloween spirit. Organizers say this … Continue reading »

Interview: Halloween Safety Tips

EUGENE, Ore. — Are you ready for Halloween? It’s one week away. Trick-or-treaters will come knocking, and everyone is hoping for a safe Halloween. Margaret Mazzotta, Crime Prevention Specialist at the Eugene Police Department, talked with us about how to handle costume safety, trick-or-treating and pranks. Click on the video above to watch our interview.

Stolen Decorations Anger Family

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. –A Cottage Grove couple says someone stole their Halloween. The Basque’s say thieves made off with a number of their decorations. The couple has lived in Cottage Grove for 37 years and say decorating their lawn for the holidays is a tradition. Ron Bascue says someone stole their huge blow up pumpkin and … Continue reading »

Severed Armory Provides Halloween Haunts

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. — Halloween is less than two weeks away, and you don’t have to travel far if you’re looking for a good scare. You really don’t know what could be creeping around the corners at the Cottage Grove, but starting Friday through Halloween you can wind your way through 6,000 square feet of … Continue reading »

Here Come the Zombie Brides

EUGENE, Ore. — Some old wedding dresses are getting a chance at new life or maybe death, depending on how you look at it. St. Vincent de Paul is dipping and dying hundreds of bridal gowns to turn them into zombie bride costumes for Halloween. Managers say it’s the perfect way to use stained, damaged … Continue reading »

Stores Stock up for Halloween

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — Halloween is less than a month away and businesses are well stocked with costumes and other spooky goodies. Employees at Value Village in Springfield say a lot of the popular costumes this year are from TV shows and pop culture; but, they say some costumes are a blast from the past that … Continue reading »

Halloween Deadliest Day for Pedestrians

EUGENE, Ore. — Halloween is Wednesday–a day that’s supposed to be fun. Oregon State Police, though, say this is historically the most deadly day for pedestrians. OSP says 41 percent of last year’s highway fatalities across the country happened on Halloween night. So in addition to bright clothes and a flashlight, troopers ask you bring … Continue reading »

Museum Celebrates Dia de los Muertos

EUGENE, Ore. — Halloween is Wednesday night. But for many, Nov. 1 is just as important–a celebration of life. It’s called The Day of the Dead, or Dia de Los Muertos. And at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, you’ll find a wonderful alter display. The altar has three levels. There are sugar skulls, fruits and … Continue reading »

Web Extra: Riley, Cav, Bray (10/31)

Oregon State head coach Mike Riley: Oregon State offensive line coach Mike Cavanaugh: Oregon State linebackers coach Trent Bray:

Halloween Activities in Western Oregon

There are all sorts of activities going on in western Oregon for Halloween. Here are just of few of them. If you have an event you’d like us to know about, submit it here. Eugene: Trick-or-Treat at Valley River Center Valley River Center in Eugene merchants will be open for kids to come in for … Continue reading »

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