Police say the safest option for Halloween is for parents to take children to an organized event. Here's the scoop on two local events Monday:

Post Oak Mall in College Station will host trick-or-treating from 6 p.m. until candy supplies run out. Children can wander from store to store to receive tasty treats.

Residence halls on the Texas A&M University campus will host trick-or-treating from 6 to 8 p.m. Participating students will have orange posted on their doors.

Northside halls that are participating include Clements, Davis-Gary, Fowler, Hughes, Keathley, Haas, Hobby, Lechner, Neely and McFadden. Dunn, Eppright, Krueger, Rudder, Underwood and Wells halls will join in on the southside.

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