FOX 10's Cory McCloskey is searching for things that go bump in the night at 13th Floor Haunted House in Phoenix.
Sales for Halloween costumes are up for 2021, following a slump in 2020 due to COVID-19, and experts say people should get their costumes early due to supply chain concerns.
Halloween is just weeks away and with supply chain issues causing shortages, you could end up paying more for costumes, decorations and candy. But, you don't have to.
The Phoenix Fire Department is giving a demonstration on Oct. 12 on how to make the 13th Floor Haunted House in Phoenix safe for the public as Halloween approaches. FOX 10's Desiree Fluellen has the story.
The MacDonald's Ranch has been around for over 70 years and they are opening their doors, to the public, for yet another year of their fall festivities.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said families can feel safe trick-or-treating outdoors this Halloween as America's COVID-19 cases decline, especially for those who are vaccinated.
Columbus Day is highlighting the divide between those who treasure the explorer as a representative of Italian Americans’ history and those mortified by annual tributes that ignore the native people whose lives and culture were forever changed by colonialism.
The USPS and FedEx have released this year’s holiday shipping deadlines to help Americans make sure their holiday presents arrive on time.
Costco and other retailers may be selling fewer Christmas trees this Holiday season due to months of droughts and global supply chain shortages.
For Halloween in 2021, many forms of celebration are back in full swing, after people stayed home and stayed socially distant in 2020. Now, due to a number of factors, some costume stores are running out of some of the more popular styles of costume.
Halloween fun is kicking off in Scottsdale, where spooky train rains begin on Oct. 8, and run all month. FOX 10 Photojournalist Joe Tillman has more on the Halloween Spook-Track-ula at the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park.
Those looking for a good scare could head to San Tan Valley, where a family has once again turned their home into a haunted attraction for the Halloween season following a pause during the depths of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. FOX 10 Photojournalist Brian Kae has more on the McCaslin family's home.
The toy industry is being impacted by the shipping crisis in a big way, according to The Toy Insider editor-in-chief Marissa Silva.
President Joe Biden's signed a proclamation Friday marking Monday, Oct. 11, 2021, as Indigenous Peoples' Day. Biden is the first president to sign such a proclamation.
FOX 10's Cory McCloskey checks out this year's hot costume trends at Fun Costumes in Mesa.
Kroger is looking to fill 20,000 positions across the nation in an effort to prepare for the holiday season even as widespread labor shortages continue.
Here is the most popular Halloween candy by state, according to data shared recently by Instacart.
In 2020, AppleTV+ became the home for all “Peanuts” content, but partnered with PBS to air both the Christmas and Thanksgiving specials. It will happen once again in 2021, with the addition of the Halloween special.
The CDC is suggesting that families hold virtual holiday celebrations, or, if celebrating indoors, using a window fan to keep the air at an indoor party as fresh as possible.
A CDC spokesperson on Tuesday said guidance that was posted on the agency’s website suggesting “that families hold virtual holiday celebrations,” was outdated and removed from the agency’s website.