Here's a look at tomorrow's headlines:
WATER, WATER: The reservoirs are full. So why is Durham considering new limits on watering your lawn? And why is the city promoting $100 rebates if you trade in your toilet? Read Jim Wise's story on how the Bull City is preparing for the next drought.
OUT OF AFRICA: Philip Hoover thought he'd have to leave basketball behind when he decided to spend the semester at a missionary compound in Kenya. Little did he know hoops is a universal language. Read this cool story by the Riverside High School senior. (And hey, it gives us a chance to put a picture of zebras in the paper ... very tiny zebras)
TOP COP: It's Day 1 for Dukes new chief of police. Read Eric Fererri's story on how John Daily's new job is a homecoming.
Southern High's Karen Perron is back with her second My View column (about race relations in the classroom). Bonitta Best writes about Hillside basketball (and academic) standout Asia Williams, and I make another shameless pitch for Twitter followers.
We've also got letters, and we'd love more of them. Read why Kate Dobbs Ariail is upset with the city's choice for streetscape contractor and why one Raleigh patron was unhappy with DPAC's 'Fiddler on the Roof." And learn why two Duke doctors say the state isn't doing enough to help people quit smoking.
Thanks for reading,