Morning roundup

Top Stories: Nobel Prize In Literature; Campaigning For Latino Votes In Colorado

Good morning: here are our early stories:

Chinese Author, Mo Yan, Awarded 2012 Nobel Prize In Literature.

Presidential Candidates Set Their Sights On Colorado's Latinos.

And here are more early headlines:

Biden, Ryan Prepare For High-Stakes Vice Presidential Debate. (Reuters)

Yemeni Guard At U.S. Embassy Killed In Drive-By Shooting. (CBS)

Two Die In Florida Parking Garage Collapse, One Still Missing. (Orlando Sentinel)

Home Foreclosures Drop To Five Year Low In September. (USA Today)

It's The 50th Anniversary Of Vatican II - Why It Matters. (KPCC)

No Arms For Syria Aboard Passenger Jet Downed In Turkey, Russia Says. (Washington Post)

Alice Cooper Opens Rock And Roll Academy In Sioux Falls, N.D. (KDLT)

Zombie Alert! Maine Hacker Changes Road Sign To Warn Startled Motorists. (Portland Press Herald)

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