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  • Officials are announcing plans for a multi-use transit facility in Edinburg. A $2.7...

    Officials are announcing plans for a multi-use transit facility in Edinburg. A $2.7 million federal grant for the project was awarded to the Lower Rio Grande Valley Development Council on behalf of the Edinburg Economic Development Corporation. The facility will serve as home to Valley Metro and will be approximately 35,000 square-feet.
  • Authorities captured Eric Frein in northeastern Pennsylvania. Frein was wanted for ambushing two...

    Authorities captured Eric Frein in northeastern Pennsylvania. Frein was wanted for ambushing two state troopers on Sept. 12. One of the officers died. Since then, there has been an intense manhunt that affected schools and outdoor events and activities.
  • Boston's longest-serving mayor has died. Thomas Menino was elected in 1993 and re-elected...

    Boston's longest-serving mayor has died. Thomas Menino was elected in 1993 and re-elected four times. He served for more than 20 years until a series of health problems kept him from seeking a sixth term. Menino was diagnosed with advanced cancer shortly after leaving office in February. A spokeswoman says he died today in the company of his family and friends. He was 71.
  • At least two people are dead after a small plane crashed into a...

    At least two people are dead after a small plane crashed into a building at an airport in Wichita, Kansas. The city's fire chief says at least four other people were taken to a hospital and five others are unaccounted for. He says the pilot was the only person on the twin-engine plane, and that both people confirmed dead were found inside the building. The FAA says the plane reported engine trouble just after taking off from Mid-Continent Airport and crashed while attempting to return.
  • The number of people seeking unemployment benefits has risen slightly, but remains at...

    The number of people seeking unemployment benefits has risen slightly, but remains at historically low levels. The Labor Department says weekly applications increased by 3,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 287,000. The less volatile four-week average declined 250 to 281,000, the lowest level in more than 14 years.

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Kelly and Michael discuss the most significant pop culture and entertainment figures of the year, and then they host a Halloween costume contest where the audience member can win a $10,000 prize, and Howie Mandel does a humorous hidden camera skit.
10:00 AM The View 10:00 AM - The View
"The View" co-hosts celebrate Halloween with a spooky themed show; actor Grant Gustin from "The Flash" stops by; quick and simple ideas for house decorations to have the best display of the neighborhood; last-minute costume inspiration.
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"The Chew" co-hosts celebrate all things spooky, revealing each of their Halloween costumes, and sharing creative holiday-themed dishes and beverages.
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The latest local, regional, statewide and national news updates of the day are offered by the Channel 5 News Team, as well as detailed and timely reports on sports events, Welsaco area weather conditions and midday traffic issues.

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9:00 AM Perry Mason 9:00 AM - Perry Mason
On Halloween night, a struggling songwriter is killed in his place of residence, and a witness to the crime makes a startling accusation when pointing out the person believed to be responsible for the victim of the violent murder.
10:00 AM Dragnet 10:00 AM - Dragnet
A masked thief wearing a cape and cowl and proclaiming himself "The Crimson Crusader" has been waging a one-man crime-wave against local novelty and convenience stealing comic books, movie posters and publicity photos of superheroes.
10:30 AM Dragnet 10:30 AM - Dragnet
Sergeant Joe Friday and Officer Bill Gannon go after a reverend at the Temple of the Expanded Mind in an effort to prove that it's just a cover for an operation that intends to sell LSD to the students at a nearby elementary school.
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A psychic who is helping the police points to Rockford as a person of interest in a missing persons case, and Jim is eventually mentioned in the newspaper; bugs, a wreck and poison oak are used to draw him deeper into the case.

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While Jack visits a clinic that specializes in treating deadly rattlesnake and spider bites, Kathaleen checks out a vast colony of hummingbirds.
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