YAKIMA, WA-- A lot of children will be out after dark tomorrow and AAA said children are twice as likely to be killed or injured while trick or treating.
Police said there are many ways to keep your kids safe on Halloween.
They suggest using face paint instead of masks so kids can see better.
Also, make sure costumes are short enough so no one trips, put reflective stickers on costumes, and give your kids glow sticks to carry.
Parents should also carry around flashlights and wear reflective clothing while walking with their kids.