BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 13, 2014 October 14, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Boston patient deemed unlikely to have Ebola virus: Mass. had its first Ebola scare Sunday, but by late evening fears that a man had been infected with the deadly virus appeared unfounded. Jeremy C. Fox and M.G. Lee detail the latest. Mayor Walsh warms up to 2024 Olympics bid: Boston’s mayor said the games could help the city plan for its future and has begun to publicly champion the cause. Mark Arsenault reports. Truck driving jobs plentiful as economy recovers: Newly minted drivers with a commercial license are virtually guaranteed jobs as the recovering economy spurs the flow of goods. Megan Woolhouse details the story. Gloom in West Virginia coal region ominous for Democrats: An economic populism message failing to resonate there could cost Democrats control of the Senate. Jessica Meyers reports. Baker, Coakley step lively to reach voters at Boston parade: The candidates for governor were on parade again Sunday: This time, marching in the East Boston Columbus Day Parade. Joshua Miller reports. Welfare reform stages surprising comeback in governor’s race: The topic has reemerged, with Republican Charlie Baker releasing plans and talking about this buried wedge issue. Adrian Walker details the latest. Brian Tyms, Rob Gronkowski able to stretch field for Patriots: The offense finally looked dynamic and explosive on Sunday. Ben Volin reports.