1. Halloween times continue to change
It's Halloween, but almost all communities have now moved their official trick-or-treating times to Friday because of the threat for severe weather. Some are on Saturday.
2. Sex offenders must report to meetings
Because of the time changes for Halloween activities, sheriff's departments say sex offenders who are normally required to be at mandatory meetings on Halloween must report to those meetings Friday. Deputies say those meetings run from 4 p.m. to p.m. during trick-or-treat hours.
3. Alert for Washington Township families
Washington Township schools is sending a letter to families Thursday about recent crime in the area. The district says suspicious people recently approached kids at two different bus stops. Washington Township is also where two violent home invasions happened within the last week.
4. David Bisard defense
Defense attorneys will call more witnesses to the stand Thursday in the David Bisard trial. Bisard's wife testified Wednesday. The judge says the jury could get the case on Monday.
5. World Series champions
The celebrations continue in Boston Thursday morning after the Red Sox won the World Series in front of a hometown crowd. The final score was 6-1 over the Cardinals. The team says the win has extra meaning for the city, following the Boston Marathon bombings.
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