New movie Blood Orange Moon filming in Dallas

The pandemic isn't stopping movies from being made now. Actor Miguel A. Nunez Jr. is filming in Dallas now. He joined Good Day to talk about his latest project, the horror comedy Blood Orange Moon.

Dog of the Day: Rocky

Meet Rocky, today's SPCA of Texas Dog of the Day. He's fun-loving, friendly and even knows a few tricks. Adopt:

Pink Products That Give Back To Breast Cancer Charities

Several businesses are selling products that give a portion of the sale to charities fighting breast cancer. Holly Quartaro from Galleria Dallas shares some of the items sold to support the cause during breast cancer awareness month.

Halloween Safety Tips

Dustin Webb is an administrator with Texas Health Behavioral Health Hospital Dallas. He discusses ways you can elevate safety during Halloween and how to discuss these measures with your family.

Women's Business Symposium

Comerica Bank is hosting its annual Women's Business Symposium virtually on October 27. Registration is still open for this leadership event.

Quarantine Halloween

Katie-Rose Watson wants to get you ready for Halloween during the pandemic. She released a series of "Quarantine Halloween" videos on her blog "The Rose Table" to give you ideas for the holiday and Fall season. She is also hosting a virtual Halloween-themed cooking class on Friday, October 30

Dog of the Day: Harley

A friendly dog who uses wheels to get around is looking for a new home. Harley is today's SPCA of Texas Dog of the Day. More:

Effort underway to safely dispose of older prescription drugs

Saving lives is what National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is about tomorrow. Good Day talks to pediatric ICU nurse Tracy Chamblee from the University of North Texas Health Science Center. She explained the importance and said there are drop-off locations all around the Metroplex. More:

Co-workers team up in a big way for Komen Dallas

Saturday's Komen Dallas More Than Pink Walk will be virtual this year. But the funds it raises for breast cancer screenings and treatment remains as important. When one woman took her personal breast cancer story to her employer, something amazing happened. More:

Parkland doctors bracing for another surge in COVID-19 cases

The trend lines are headed in the wrong direction and doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists are worried. They're bracing for another surge in COVID-19 cases. Parkland Health's Chief Medical Officer Dr. Joseph Chang talks about where the hospital stands today compared to a month ago.

Researcher looks at causes for recent COVID-19 spike

The coronavirus is raging back in Texas and other parts of the country. COVID-19 fatigue is definitely a factor. Dr. Tim Bray, the director of the Institute for Urban Policy Research at UT Dallas, joins Good Day to talk about the data. More: