BostonGlobe.com Headlines - October 16, 2014 October 17, 2014 Here are highlights from today's Globe: Boston Common stabbing suspect has grim history: Bodio Hutchinson, 34, pleaded not guilty and was ordered held on $1 million bail for allegedly stabbing two Boston park rangers. Evan Allen and Maria Sacchetti report. Coakley lawsuit has ties to key backer’s interests: The lawsuit could aid a nonprofit run by Elyse Cherry, who is also cochair of Martha Coakley’s campaign finance committee. Andrea Estes details the latest. Mass. nurses worry about Ebola preparedness: As a second nurse fell ill in Dallas, the union representing thousands of Massachusetts nurses sounded alarms Wednesday. Felice J. Freyer reports. Struggle and sparkle on the Menino book tour: The newly published author looked out at a room of people eager to hear tales from his 20-year run as a big city mayor. Andrew Ryan details the story. A shock to your system to get you in gear: A Boston company is offering a device that sends an electric shock to remind you go to stop procrastinating. Hiawatha Bray reports. Well-funded pro-casino ads tug at the heartstrings: Money is the real power behind the casino industry’s smooth and calculating pitch. Joan Vennochi details the latest. New Hampshire has become a land of political ads: Largely because of the competitive US Senate race, the state has become the capital of political ads on TV. Joshua Miller reports.