Here's a look at tomorrow's headlines:
10 YEARS LATER: Durham's gun safety team preached to deaf ears when it first started talking about gun safety. Now, with young people accounting for half of Bull City homicides, more people are paying attention. Read Stan Chambers' story.
NO GUTS, NO GLORY: As in Old Glory. Elizabeth Shestak brings you the story of a man with the most unlikely of jobs. Read what keeps Jesse Murphy up in the air after 40 years and ask yourself if anyone could pay you enough to trade jobs with him.
OCT. 31: No, not a story about Halloween, just the deadline for Scarborough and Hargett to move its funeral home from Dillard Street to make way for the new county courthouse. Read Jim Wise's story.
SOMETHING FOR THE PAIN: We told you about Dr. Paul Austin's book a while back. Now The Durham County Library has picked the Durham Regional doc's book for a community read. Read the story and check out the awesome list of free events the library has planned during the month of October.
BLACK MAN WALKING: And don't miss Carl Kenney's return to The Durham News with a timely essay about his walk in Woodcroft.
Lots more, including Flo Johnston's faith column and news you can use from Durham Tech. Send your letters to email@example.com. Tell us how we're doing and speak out on local issues. Have a good weekend, and thanks for reading.