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UPI Almanac for Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014

UPI Almanac for Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014

UPI Almanac for Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014
By United Press International
Full steam ahead: Starbucks poised for deliveries

Full steam ahead: Starbucks poised for deliveries

Starbucks hopes to give its sluggish revenue forecast a caffeinated boost by delivering coffee and treats to your door or desk. Beginning next year the coffee mega-chain will begin offering deliveries to customers in select areas.
Mary Papenfuss
Third victim in Washington state school shooting dies

Third victim in Washington state school shooting dies

Shaylee Chuckulnaskit dies one week after being shot by fellow student at Marysville-Pilchuck High School.
Danielle Haynes
Fanged deer spotted in Afghanistan, first sighting in 60 years

Fanged deer spotted in Afghanistan, first sighting in 60 years

After an absence of more than 60 years, a handful of rare fanged deer have been spotted in Afghanistan.
Brooks Hays
Canada bans visas for all travelers from West Africa

Canada bans visas for all travelers from West Africa

Canada has closed its borders to Africans from the three nations grappling with Ebola by refusing to issue visas allowing people to enter the nation.
Mary Papenfuss
Crazed zombies, warlocks, ghouls haunt Village parade

Crazed zombies, warlocks, ghouls haunt Village parade

Monster mash up turns Manhattan's Village into costume orgy.
Mary Papenfuss
FAMU hazing ringleader guilty of manslaughter

FAMU hazing ringleader guilty of manslaughter

Former Florida A&M University marching band member Dante Martin guilty of manslaughter.
Danielle Haynes
Ferguson police officer unlikely to face civil rights charges in teen's shooting

Ferguson police officer unlikely to face civil rights charges in teen's shooting

Officials don't think they have enough evident to file civil rights charges against the Missouri cop who shot a black teen, sources say.
Mary Papenfuss
Mexican court orders release of U.S. Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi

Mexican court orders release of U.S. Marine Sgt. Tahmooressi

Mexican judge orders immediate release of U.S. Marine accused of illegally taking weapons across the border.
Danielle Haynes
'Duck Dynasty' star says medical scare was meningitis, encephalitis

'Duck Dynasty' star says medical scare was meningitis, encephalitis

"Duck Dynasty" star Jep Robertson said he doesn't remember what happened after his seizure while hunting in the woods.
Danielle Haynes
Bill Cosby interview with Queen Latifah cancelled

Bill Cosby interview with Queen Latifah cancelled

A spokesperson for "The Queen Latifah Show" said Bill Cosby cancelled his planned interview on the talk show.
Danielle Haynes
Quick-thinking teen alerts cops to kidnapped baby

Quick-thinking teen alerts cops to kidnapped baby

A baby is back home safe thanks to a 15-year-old Washington state girl and teamwork with her dad.
Mary Papenfuss
Nursing home employees abuse Alzheimer's patient, caught on camera

Nursing home employees abuse Alzheimer's patient, caught on camera

Six employees are under investigation and two are in jail, charged with battery of the elderly, after a hidden camera captures abuse in a Florida nursing home.
JC Sevcik
Daytime Emmy Awards telecast set for April 26; nominations to be revealed March 26

Daytime Emmy Awards telecast set for April 26; nominations to be revealed March 26

The 42nd Daytime Emmy Awards telecast is scheduled for April 26, organizers announced.
Karen Butler
Judge rules de Blasio can drop Bloomberg's appeal, stop-and-frisk reform coming to NYC

Judge rules de Blasio can drop Bloomberg's appeal, stop-and-frisk reform coming to NYC

NYC's stop-and-frisk law has been cleared for review as a federal appeals panel ruled Mayor de Blasio has legal grounds to drop an appeal filed by Bloomberg.
Matt Bradwell

NYPD's chief of department retirement a surprise

Philip Banks, the highest ranking uniformed police officer in New York City, put in for retirement Friday, rejecting a promotion he accepted earlier in the week.
Frances Burns
Martha Coakley challenges Charlie Baker on tearful fisherman story

Martha Coakley challenges Charlie Baker on tearful fisherman story

Charlie Baker's opponents are hammering his inability to produce the subject of an emotional story he told at Tuesday night's gubernatorial debate.
Gabrielle Levy
Alyssa Milano talks Savi's fate on 'Mistresses'

Alyssa Milano talks Savi's fate on 'Mistresses'

Alyssa Milano won't return for season three of ABC series "Mistresses," but said she may be willing to try and resolve her character's fate.
Annie Martin
Stephen Colbert announces end date for 'The Colbert Report'

Stephen Colbert announces end date for 'The Colbert Report'

Stephen Colbert announced his last day as host of "The Colbert Report" on Twitter saying it will be just before Christmas.
Aileen Graef
Study: More daylight means more active, healthier kids

Study: More daylight means more active, healthier kids

According to new research, the amount of exercise children get each day corresponds to the amount of available daylight.
Brooks Hays
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