Field of Screams adds new security measures after man commits suicide

Halloween attraction "Field of Screams" is back open Saturday night with tighter security measures, 24 hours after a man died in a self-inflicted shooting while waiting to get into the park. One teen in line at the time recounts what happened.

One week after three Kansas men are arrested, accused of planning to blow up a Garden City apartment complex where many Somali refugees live, the community comes together at the site of the planned attack.

After police said a man committed suicide by shooting himself Friday night at "Field of Screams," it sparked hard memories for one area mom who lost a son to suicide around Halloween last year.

Some of those who love area police officers gathered Saturday for a photo shoot to support law enforcement.

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