Does Renee Zellweger Have a Thing for the Phillie Phanatic?

Plus: Comcast's new social media network, the Parking Authority looks for terrorists, and more of what's news this morning

Parking Authority Workers Being Trained to Look for Car Bombs. It’s a response to the Times Square bomb last month. This ought to make for an interesting episode or “Parking Wars.” [WHYY]

Does Renee Zellweger Have a Crush on the Phillie Phanatic? Klein reports on a backstage meeting between Renee, Bradley Cooper and the big green furry guy during Sunday’s game. []

Comcast to Debut Social Media Network for TV Fans. It’s called Tunerfish, and it lets you share with the world what you’re watching. [Business Week]

Ex-South Philly High Principal Still Getting Paid $124,000 A Year. Let’s see, she was pretty much incompetent when it came to handling the Asian issue earlier this year. She didn’t have the accreditation to be principal. And she still has a job. The Scoop is starting to feel weary, folks. [Inquirer]

Santorum: Rand Paul-Types Go Too Far. The former Pa. senator and potential Presidential candidate says libertarians are outside the mainstream. In related news yesterday, the pot charged the kettle with being black. [Inquirer]

Barnes Found Not Guilty in Murder of Cop. A jury found that William Barnes wasn’t responsible for the death of Philly cop Walter Barclay after shooting him 44 years ago. Inky’s Dan Rubin details a 2007 interview with Barnes, who says, “For the first time, I feel like a victim.” [NBCPhiladelphia, Inquirer]

Relax. Philadelphia Is Safe. Nutter’s planned police cuts shouldn’t impact public safety, says an aide. This is despite FOP chief John McNesby’s cry to lock your windows and lock your doors. [Daily News]

Remember Wireless Philadelphia? The plan to offer city-wide wi-fi that had people thinking we were cool five years ago? The Nutter administration may use the bones of the system for some government operations. Good idea. [KYW1060]

Pukeman Goes to Court. Matthew Clemens, who blew chunks on a little girl at a Phils’ game last month, has an arraignment hearing today. We suggest the judge not get too close. [6abc]