We’ll have another story about flood recovery tomorrow, this time about the way children have dealt with the flood and its aftermath.

We’ll also take a look at the way the city arrived at its figure of $5.6 billion in damage.

We’ll take a look at the State Board of Regents examination of all the state universities’ sexual assault policies. Reporter Diane Heldt wast there and wrote a live blog, which you can watch here.

And we’ll have a story about the Iowa City Library, which is the first in the Corridor to allow patrons to check out video games.

I hope everyone enjoyed their turkey, and in case you’re planning to brave the crowds and go out shopping tomorrow, we’ve got you covered.

You can check out when stores will be open by searching here, and you can find out exactly how bad it’s getting out there by following Chris Doty’s line blog. Chris will be sending updates via Twitter as she and her daughter shop till they drop.

We’ve got lots and lots of coverage for you today. First, you can find out how long the line is at your polling place by clicking here and picking it from a menu.

We’ll also have a live blog running throughout the day for you to talk about election issues.

And, of course, we’ll have results posted as soon as we have them on the front page of GazetteOnline.

If you won’t be around a computer this evening, you can sign up for text alerts, follow The Gazette’s twitter account for up-to-the-minute information or visit GazetteToGo on your mobile phone.

What else do you need to know? Let us know in the comments.