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Halloween safety tips: From tossing loose candy to wearing bright costumes and more

For some, this Halloween will be time trick-or-treating since COVID-19 set in back in 2020, and many are excited. Some booths at the event taught kids safe bike riding, while most handed out candy while the Auto Club's Doug Shupe handed out advice...

"Go trick-or-treating in neighborhoods that you know," she said. "Continue to protect yourself washing your hands frequently. You don't have to disinfect all your candy, but keep a distance."

DEA Special Agent Bill Bodner is also warning about candy this Halloween. Bodner said federal agents recently found some 1,200 fentanyl pills disguised as candy at Los Angeles International Airport. But, Bodner said he doesn't think "there's a significant chance that we would see these bags, these pills, end up in peoples trick-or-treat bags,"

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