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PHOTOS: Halloween costumes

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Trick or treaters young and old dressed up for Halloween. Dozens of FOX 5 viewers sent us their pictures. Check out some of them above!

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    PHOTOS: Halloween costumes

    Wednesday, October 31 2012 10:06 PM EDT2012-11-01 02:06:36 GMT
    Trick or treaters young and old dressed up for Halloween. Dozens of FOX 5 viewers sent us their pictures. Check out some of them above!
    Trick or treaters young and old dressed up for Halloween. Dozens of FOX 5 viewers sent us their pictures. Check out some of them above!
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    Joanne Feldman is Good Day's pumpkin carving champion

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    Worst candies for kids

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  • Sanitation men nearly throw away mayor's piano

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  • Fitbit responds to data selling accusations

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