Happy Halloween from NBC12.
We continue to track Sandy's aftermath where at least 30 have died in the NYC metro area. We'll have the latest on recovery efforts.
We'll still see some chilly temperatures in Central Virginia, but it should be nice and dry for trick-or-treating. Ros Runner will have your Halloween forecast.
If you're looking for an "eery sounding" location to check out on this Halloween night, you may want to check out Screamersville. Brent Solomon explores where the vanishing Chesterfield County town may have got its name.
Don't forget to download these apps Gray Hall found to make sure you have a safe Halloween.
Plus, you can send us your Halloween photos and be entered to win an iPod Touch.
Also, today is your last chance to enter our Snowcaster of the Year contest.
Those stories and much more coming up on NBC12 and streaming live on NBC12.com.
Plus, tune in to 12News at 5 to see how Robbie Wood is doing a year after he was found in a quarry after going missing for more than a week. Curt Autry visited his family to see how they're doing now.