Here's a look at today's local headlines:
CATS GET MORE ROOM: Some community members have been asking the county to give cats at the animal shelter more room. Now Orange County Animal Services director Bob Marotto says changes are being made to do just that. Find out what's happening in Tammy Grubb's story.
FAIR TAXI FARES: My View columnist Mark Zimmerman says the town is going to drive taxi companies out of town with a heavyhanded regulatory approach. The town already faces a lawsuit over its towing rules and will revisit its food truck rules after no one applied. Are the taxi rules heading down the same road? Tell us what you think at email@example.com
GROUPS TARGET MODERN SLAVERY: We didn't plan it to coincide with today's national news, but today we start a 2-part look at what groups in the Triangle are doing to fight human trafficking. North Carolina ranks eighth among the states, according to groups raising awareness about the problem. Amanda Keener has our report.
Dave Hart reports how Ernie Dollar and the Preservation Society of Chapel Hill are adapting to the digital age. Ryan Cocca sits in with the folks at Fusion Youth Radio, and sports editor Elliott Warnock and recreation columnist Randy Young tag team on ... fishing. Do make time to read Elliott's wonderful column, and check out Randy's photo on page 9.
What's on your mind? And thanks for reading,