Mother Allegedly Murdered Infant Twins, Left “This Is Why I Killed Your Kids” Notes for Husband

Plus: Jim Gardner sits down with Ed Rendell, the Phils sneak past the Cardinals (there was a streaker, too), Chris Christie’s Daily News barb, and more of what the city is buzzing about today.

Mother Accused of Murdering Infant Twins. A 41-year-old woman in Tacony allegedly suffocated one of her 18-month-old twins and drowned the other before trying to poison her 4-year-old daughter and then take her own life. Police say that the woman’s husband came home to find the twins on a bed next to notes that said, “This is why I killed your kids.” Apparently the woman thought her husband was having an affair. The toddler is in stable but guarded condition at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children. [Daily News]

Jim Gardner and Ed Rendell. Jim Gardner of 6 ABC recently sat down with Ed Rendell to discuss Rendell’s new book A Nation of Wusses: How America’s Leaders Lost the Guts to Make Us Great. Check out the hour-long interview here. [6 ABC]

Phillies Sneak Past Cardinals. Who’d have thought that the Phils could give up nine runs and still manage to win a game in 2012? Last night, Philly beat the St. Louis Cardinals 10-9. [Phillies]

Christie Talks Daily News Cover. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie verbally responded to Tuesday’s Daily News cover declaring Atlantic City as a “TOURIST DEATH TRAP” by reminding everyone that Philly has plenty of problems of its own. “So, the folks in Philadelphia who are expressing opinions — they should clean their own house up first before they worry about coming to New Jersey and messing with us,” he said. [CBS 3]

Streaker! So, there was a streaker at the Phils/Cards game last night. “Did he have a Lion King quote tattooed on his rib cage?,” you ask. Of course he did. Hakuna matata, you guys. [Deadspin]

Council OKs Online PPA Appeals. Yesterday City Council voted unanimously to pass Councilman Bill Green’s bill that will allow people to contest tickets with the PPA over the Internet or via fax or snail mail. [Daily News]

Schilling Lays Off Employees. Former Phillie Curt Schilling has laid-off all of the employees of 38 Studios. Schilling’s production company recently bounced a check to Rhode Island and asked for a bailout. [Deadspin]

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