A daily look at late-breaking news, coming events and stories that will be talked about in Pennsylvania on Monday:
PARENTS SET FOR TRIAL IN BEATING DEATH OF MALNOURISHED PHILADELPHIA BOY
Prosecutors say 6-year-old Khalil Wimes weighed only 29 pounds when he died. The boy spent three years in foster care before being sent back to his parents, in whose care he died in March 2012.
CANTOR TO SING PRAISES OF SCHOOL CHOICE
House Majority leader Eric Cantor will make his pitch while visiting a Philadelphia charter school today.
POLICE SAY THEY'VE ARRESTED FEMALE ACCOMPLICE IN FATAL SHOOTING OF SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA DRUGSTORE MANAGER
Chester police say 23-year-old Rita Pultro of Philadelphia was arrested yesterday on murder, attempted robbery and related charges. The suspected triggerman, 24-year-old David Wiggins of Philadelphia, has been jailed since Saturday in last week's shooting of 40-year-old Rite Aid manager Jason Scott McClay.
RENDELL YET TO SAY NO TO LONG-SHOT BID TO RECRUIT HIM FOR PHILLY MAYOR IN 2015
Real estate developer Allan Domb says he's begun a "draft Ed" initiative in hopes of persuading Ed Rendell, the former governor who was Philadelphia mayor from 1991 to 2000, to run again for the city's top office.
OH AND 3
The Pittsburgh Steelers fell to 0-3 for the first time since the 2000 season after last night's 40-23 loss to the Chicago Bears. Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger threw two interceptions and lost two fumbles and had one of each returned for touchdowns. Now Big Ben must fly to London where the winless Steelers will meet the winless Minnesota Vikings at Wembley Stadium.