A student attending a football game in the Amarillo Independent School District was arrested Friday and booked into the Youth Center of the High Plains after being caught wearing a set of rosary beads.
Nightmare on 19th Street isn't just the scariest haunted attraction in Texas. One day each year it throws open the gates a little early for young kids to spend some time with their families in costume and score some free candy before Halloween.
Lubbock went all out this year with the scary Halloween displays. From Vintage Township to The Falls, Lakeridge and houses off of Avenue Q between 34th Street and 19th Street, lights and spooky specters decorated homes and yards all over the Hub City!
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