Here's a look at today's headlines:
Note: For more on last night's officer-involved shooting, GO HERE.
NEW TUNE: Can Durham learn from Venezuela? Correspondent Virginia Bridges has a story on KidsZNotes, a new program that will use classical music to reach out to poor children in East Durham. If you saw the "60 Minutes" segment on Venezuela's El Sistem (The System), you will see the inspiration for the program. We provide a link to that as well.
GONE FISHING: You've heard of those programs where you can sign up for locally grown produce. Now Duke student Josh Stoll has organized a similar program to bring fish to your table straight from Carteret County fishermen. Read Duke News Service's Tim Lucas's story and learn how to sign up. (This month's Prevention magazine says you should eat fish at least twice a week.)
FRAGRANCE FREE: Durham educator Richard Pressinger says fragrances and certain chemicals are more than a nuisance; they can interfere with learning. Read about a new school he is trying to open in staff writer Sadia Latifi's story.
Lots more, including Karen Perron on her own Marley & Me, Bonitta Best on NCCU sports and Institute for Southern Studies director Chris Kromm on what John Hope Franklin might have said about our legislature's honoring Jesse Helms.
Got halfway to work this morning, stopped for gas and forgot my wallet. Let's see how the rest of the day goes.
Thanks for reading,