Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsHalloween Night
IN THE NEWS

Halloween Night

CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 29, 2003 | From Times Wire Reports
Police are trying to sustain a relative calm established last year, in contrast to this city's reputation for rowdy downtown Halloween parties. This year, police plan to have as many as 450 officers on the street on Halloween night.
Advertisement
NEWS
December 4, 1990 | United Press International
Seven young men were charged with murder, assault and rioting in the beating death of a homeless man on Halloween night, prosecutors said Monday. The group, wearing monster masks and wielding a meat cleaver, attacked and killed Carlos Melendez, 35, after he refused to give them money, officials said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 14, 2002 | From Times Staff Reports
A 34-year-old Camarillo man who was struck by a car Halloween night as he was rode his bicycle home from work has died from his injuries, authorities said Wednesday. Josh Halpern had been bicycling on Central Avenue east of Beardsley Road when he was struck. Authorities said it was dark at the time and the bicycle lacked reflectors. After two weeks in the intensive-care unit at Ventura County Medical Center, Halpern was pronounced dead Monday. The driver of the car was not cited.
TRAVEL
October 30, 2011
If you go Whaley House, 2476 San Diego Ave.; (619) 297-7511, http://www.whaleyhouse.org . Open daily except Thanksgiving and Christmas. Admission is $6 for adults, $4 for children. Open this Sunday until midnight; admission $10. The house is open for ghost tours and tales of the paranormal on Halloween night from 6 p.m. to midnight. Tickets are $15. San Diego Ghost Hunters, http://www.sandiegoghosthunters.com , leads monthly tours through the house.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 27, 1989
The Los Angeles police union is protesting a plan by Police Chief Daryl F. Gates to assign more than 400 additional officers to patrol Hollywood on Halloween night, claiming that the deployment violates a court order issued last week forbidding Gates to force changes in officers' work hours. Gates sought to put more police power on the streets to prevent a repeat of the near-riot that erupted last Halloween among almost 100,000 revelers on Hollywood Boulevard.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 24, 2012
Moviegoers with a taste for the macabre have a lot of options Halloween night, including the tempting notion of seeing 1954's "Creature From the Black Lagoon" in 3-D at the American Cinematheque's Aero Theatre in Santa Monica. But the best bet looks like "It Came From the Vaults," a collaboration between Cinefamily and the Academy Film Archive, which is the repository for the world's largest 35-mm trailer collection. Trailers sampled will be from the '50s, '60s and '70s, and though no titles have been announced, the promise to show footage "so shocking it slashes through the limits of suspense" sounds genuine.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 5, 2013 | By Joseph Serna
Ten sex offenders were arrested for allegedly violating their parole on Halloween, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said. In an effort dubbed “Operation Boo,” the Sheriff's Department's Regional Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement team joined the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation on Halloween night and checked on 358 sex offenders to make sure they were staying away from trick-or-treaters and obeying their curfews,...
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 30, 1992 | CAROLINE LEMKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A storm from the Gulf of Alaska will bring a little rain to San Diego today, but the clouds will clear out in time for Halloween trick-or-treaters. Showers early Thursday left only traces of rain around the county, said Wilbur Shigehara, senior meteorologist for the National Weather Service. Poway was representative of most areas with 0.03 of an inch. A 30% chance of showers this afternoon and tonight is expected to bring less than a quarter of an inch of rain to the county, Shigehara said.
NATIONAL
October 31, 2003 | John Johnson, Times Staff Writer
Today, this Atlanta suburb will hold a noontime Halloween celebration. Kids will come in costume. Their parents will smile proudly. Few will recall the tragedy 40 years ago that changed the meaning of Halloween here. Roy Pritchard Jr., 60, remembers it because he was there and helped dig for survivors. For years afterward, he didn't like going to the town square at night.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|