BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 15, 2014 October 15, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Mass. officials stress low Ebola risk, preparedness: A news conference Tuesday amounted to a full-bore effort to assuage and educate the public about the virus. Nicole Dungca and John R. Ellement report. Prosecutor says remains show Blackstone infants probably born alive: A prosecutor also said that one of the children whose remains were found in a backpack appeared to have grown hair. Laura Crimaldi details the story. With funding low, many legal cases going undefended: State legal aid groups turned away nearly two-thirds of people qualifying for assistance, a study found. Megan Woolhouse reports. Thumbs up, down for mobile manicures: A startup that dispatches manicurists is attracting scrutiny from the Mass. board that licenses cosmetologists and nail salons. Scott Kirsner details the latest. Mass. lieutenant governor hopefuls labor in obscurity: Karyn Polito and Steve Kerrigan have been campaigning in half-empty cafes and livestock expos, trying to make an impression. Michael Levenson reports. The gender gap: Biology is not political destiny: Candidates win elections all the time without winning a majority of women. Jeff Jacoby details the story. Gubernatorial candidates debate immigration, without Baker: The candidates said they favor broader access to public colleges, adult English classes, and business opportunities for immigrants. Maria Sacchetti reports. Baker to propose initiatives aimed at alleviating urban woes: The series of initiatives center on education, economic development, affordable housing, incarceration, and public safety. Akilah Johnson details the latest.