More Money Woes for Michael Vick

His bankruptcy trustee wants to claw back $2 million from the troubled Eagle. Plus: The Phils lose their first post-All Star game, an early look at the City Council primary, and more of what Philly's talking about this morning

Sharks! Sightings in the Barnegat Inlet caused a brief beach closure for the second day in a row. [Inquirer]

Not a Great Way to Start the Second Half of the Season. After a sweet leadoff homer by Ryan Howard, the team fell apart in Chicago last night, losing to the Cubs 12-6. [The 700 Level]

Fire Department Faces Rolling Closures. The budget crisis may force up to four units to close each day across the city; fire union chief Bill Gault calls it “playing Russian roulette with people’s lives.” [CBS 3]

“Show Me the Money,” Says Vick Trustee. The official overseeing Michael Vick’s ongoing bankruptcy proceedings wants $2 million from the beleaguered Eagle. [Philly.Com Sports]

The City Council Primary Is Just 10 Months Away. Bob Brady wants Jonathan Saidel to run for Brian O’Neill’s Northeast seat, and Vern Anastasio might go after Frank DiCicco’s. [Clout]

It’s the Casinos Losing Their Cool for Once. The air conditioning at Caesars and Trump Plaza were knocked out yesterday, and repairs may take till Monday. [CBS 3]

Police Officer Shot in Kensington. A nine-year veteran of the force was shot below the knee last night after approaching a van suspected of being involved in another shooting; he’s in stable condition. [Daily News]

Undercover Crosswalk Coppers. Collingswood, Cherry Hill, and 11 other Jersey towns are using a federal grant to bust drivers who don’t stop for pedestrians at zebra crossings. You know you’re supposed to, right? [Inquirer]