MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - It's Halloween! Are you ready? According to the National Retail Federation, Halloween has become one of the most popular consumer holidays of the year.
This morning WSFA 12 news reporter Bethany Davis is live in East Montgomery to get us ready. She'll go over everything you need to know for Halloween whether you're staying home to hand out candy or heading out to do some trick or treating yourself. We'll talk to Montgomery County Sheriff Derrick Cunningham about Halloween safety.
Also, we've got you covered on costumes. If you still don't have all your costumes pulled together yet, we've got some great ideas that you can just whip together today, and be ready in time for trick or treating.
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