Afternoon Coverage Outlook

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Posted on March 8, 2013 at 4:32 PM

AFTERNOON COVERAGE OUTLOOK

Planning for 03/08/2013:

HIGHLIGHTS IN THIS ADVISORY

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BEAVER PATROL - How do police tackle a wandering beaver? See Regional - West.

BIEBER FANS ON COLLAPSE - Fans outside star's London hotel describe his breathless concert exit. See Entertainment.

CARDINALS SET A DATE - Cardinals agree papal conclave will begin Tuesday. See International.

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HOT CHICKS: PEEPS AS POPULAR AS EVER AT 60 - A billion of the bright yellow treats will be sold this Easter, a new record. AVAILABLE NOW.

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NATIONAL

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US ADDS 236K NEW JOBS, UNEMPLOYMENT FALLS - A further 236,000 jobs were added in February, pushing the unemployment rate to its lowest in four years. AVAILABLE NOW.

OSAMA BIN LADEN SON-IN-LAW IN NY COURT - Al Qaida's spokesman appears in Federal Court charged with conspiracy to kill Americans. AVAILABLE NOW.

NEW PENTAGON CHIEF ARRIVES IN AFGHANISTAN - New Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel arrives in Kabul. AVAILABLE NOW.

WOMEN OF COURAGE - John Kerry and Michelle Obama honor 10 'Women of Courage,' including a posthumous award for the Delhi rape victim.

CIVIL WAR BURIAL - Two civil war soldiers are buried with full honors at Arlington National Cemetery.

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REGIONAL

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MA, NY, MASS. RESIDENT SURPRISED BY AMOUNT OF SNOW - Latest video from Boston and New York as winter storm dumps heavy, wet snow.

CA, CALIFORNIA CORONOR SAYS LION BROKE INTERN'S NECK - Owner of Cat Haven says they are devastated by intern's death. AVAILABLE NOW.

PA, SCHOOLS TO CLOSE - Twenty-three schools are to close as education budgets are cut.

FL, LOTTO SCAMS - Officials warn elderly residents are being targeted by foreign lottery scammers.

FL, REPORTER FACES TOUGHEST DEADLINE - A Florida reporter faces down an incurable disease the way she knows best - by writing about it. AVAILABLE NOW.

CA, FIRE AT ALICE WATERS' BERKELY RESTAURANT - Renowned chef hit by fire at her landmark Berkeley restaurant. AVAILABLE NOW.

OR, BEAVER ON THE RUN - It's not your average 'perp walk.' Police surround a wandering beaver to usher it back to the wild.

FL, CATTLE ROUNDUP - Police struggle to round up runaway cows.

MI, LAUGH FEST SETS ANOTHER FAKE MOUSTACHE RECORD - Organizers say 1,544 people donned fake moustaches to set a new world record. AVAILABLE NOW.

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INTERNATIONAL

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VATICAN CARDINALS - As cardinals prepare to announce date for conclave to begin, AP profiles some of the Papal frontrunners.

Already Available

CARDINALS SET TUESDAY 12 MARCH AS START DATE FOR CONCLAVE

ADVOCACY GROUPS CALL FOR CHANGE IN CATHOLIC CHURCH

WOMEN SEW SEAT COVERS AHEAD OF CONCLAVE

CARDINALS ARRIVE AMID HOPES OF SETTING DATE FOR CONCLAVE

THE MEN WHO COULD BE THE NEXT POPE

VENEZUELA CHAVEZ - World leaders attend Hugo Chavez's funeral in Caracas. Regular updates expected.

Already Available

STATE FUNERAL FOR VENEZUELA PRESIDENT HUGO CHAVEZ

CUBA HONORS CHAVEZ WITH 21-GUN SALUTE

CROWDS WAITING TO SEE CHAVEZ LYING IN STATE

IRANIAN PRESIDENT ARRIVES FOR CHAVEZ FUNERAL

CASTRO, DILMA PAY RESPECTS AS THOUSANDS GATHER FOR LYING IN STATE

UK BEIBER - Justin Beiber appears short of breath during London concert, shortly before fainting backstage. AVAILABLE NOW.

POLAND SCREWDRIVER - Pole taken to hospital with screwdriver in his head. AVAILABLE NOW.

NORTH KOREA KIM - North Korean state TV shows Kim Jong Un inspecting defense facilities. AVAILABLE NOW.

Also see: NORTH KOREAN SOLDIERS PERFORM MILITARY EXERCISES

TWO YEARS AFTER TSUNAMI, JAPAN STRUGGLES TO RECOVER - Monday marks the second anniversary of Japan's triple calamities of earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster. Japan is still trying to cope with the scale of contamination. AVAILABLE NOW.

AUSTRALIA WINGWALKERS - Aerial acrobats stage a spectacular wing-walking display above Sydney Harbour.

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ENTERTAINMENT

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UK BEIBER - Justin Beiber recovers after fainting backstage. AVAILABLE NOW.

Also see: UK BEIBER SCUFFLES WITH PHOTOGRAPHERS - Fans talk about Beiber's collapse and claims he was harassed by photographers. AVAILABLE NOW.

UK VALERIE JUNE - American singer songwriter Valerie June talks about her musical roots and new single. AVAILABLE NOW.

'THE CROODS' PRESS DAY - 'The Croods' press day with Nicolas Cage, Ryan Reynolds, Emma Stone.

DEMI MOORE FILES DIVORCE PAPERWORK - Demi Moore files divorce paperwork, seeks spousal support from Ashton Kutcher. AVAILABLE NOW.

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LIFE/HEALTH/TECHNOLOGY (AP VIDEO-US INCLUDES AP LIFESTYLE, HEALTH AND TECHNOLOGY STORIES)

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INDIA WOMEN - Women fighting prejudice and violence in India. AVAILABLE NOW.

BOSNIA CONFLICT LEGACY - The woman who fought to make rape a war crime. AVAILABLE NOW.

ZIMBABWE CANCER SPECIALIST - One woman's battle with cancer and her pledge to help others. AVAILABLE NOW.

WORLD WOMEN - Celebrating International Women's Day. AVAILABLE NOW.

SWITZERLAND QUIRKY CARS - Futuristic and classic cars at Geneva Motor Show. AVAILABLE NOW.

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