Still celebrating that thrashing Duke got last night at the hands of Arizona? Us too, but here's what else you have to know about this morning:
That wacky Jane Orie trial saga continues with motions, Jim O'Toole reports, in which the defense claims the prosecution deliberately staged a mistrial and asks Judge Jeff Manning to recuse himself. That Ray Charles line was pretty hilarious, but might not have been the wisest thing for Manning to say publicly. It will be interesting to see how he handles it.
Len Barcousky reports that Jim Burn and the County Council aren't yet ready to take a stance on liquor store privatization.
Jon Schmitz has bad news for transit riders: Those route cuts and layoffs are a-comin', after County Exec Dan Onorato rejected the transit union's last-minute offer of concessions this morning.
And now for your "Localizing the Libya Conflict" section: The Altoona Mirror reports that both Sens. Pat Toomey and Bob Casey are expressing skepticism about the conflict. PoliticsPA looks at how this is a rare issue that unites Toomey and his former rival Joe Sestak (who will be on ABC's This Week on Sunday, likely talking Libya).
And finally, yours truly had a look at how the international strife could help boost Rick Santorum's presidential bid (more on this in the Daily Santorum).
Photo of Dook's tearful Nolan Smith and Kyle Singler by the (Raleigh) News & Observer's Chuck Liddy.