Chicago Weather: Rare Blue Moon On Mild And Windy HalloweenIt will be sunny and mild during the day on Halloween, with a high around 57.
Halloween Display Features Skeletons Dancing In A Conga Line In Jefferson ParkA family in Jefferson Park is celebrating Halloween this year with a skeleton conga line. 
A Guide To Celebrating Halloween Amid The COVID-19 PandemicCBS 2’s Lauren Victory on Thursday had a guide to Halloween in a pandemic.
Milwaukee Home Features Massive Ghostbusters Display For HalloweenA decked out house in Milwaukee is ready for Halloween with a massive Ghostbusters display. 
Mayor Lightfoot, First Lady Amy Eshleman Don Costumes For Video On How To Have A Safe Halloween During COVID-19Mayor Lori Lightfoot and Chicago First Lady Amy Eshleman are getting into the Halloween spirit – safely.
City Recommends Small Groups For Trick-Or-Treating On Halloween, Using Pipes Or Tubes To Pass Out Candy From A DistanceThe city of Chicago wants this Halloween to be scary, but safe, so officials are offering specific guidelines geared to trick-or-treating in a pandemic.
2 Suburban Dads Go All Out With Their Halloween DisplaysIt’s a little over two weeks until Halloween, and some neighborhoods are starting to look spooky.
Halloween Grinch Caught On Camera Stealing Lawn Display In MidlothianA woman was caught on camera stealing a Halloween display from a family's yard.
Jack's Pumpkin Pop-Up Near Goose Island Adapts For COVID-19 Halloween RulesThe Illinois Department of Public Health this week released guidelines for celebrating Halloween amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and among the things the guidelines touch on are pumpkin patches.
Some Halloween Haunted Houses Have Opened, But Illinois Says It's Not Allowed Under COVID-19 RestrictionsNew COVID-19 rules for Halloween in Illinois mean haunted houses are getting the news that they should close down.
Chicago Public Health Officials Still Working On COVID Guidance For Halloween; 'We Are Not Cancelling Halloween'“We are not cancelling Halloween, but we do expect to see different type of Halloween celebrations than we’ve seen in prior years,” Chicago Department of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady said Tuesday afternoon.