Pa. Tries to Outlaw Teen Sexting

Now kids can just go back to having actual sex. Plus: The Eagles apparently got soft over the break, Jersey no longer cares if your brakes are failing, and more of what's news this morning

Temporary Fire Department Closings Begin. Fire union officials are warning of dire consequences when rotating closures of three fire stations per shift start this morning. [Inquirer]

Pa. Considers Sexting Legislation. A York County representative wants to ban teens from sharing sexually explicit photos and texts; opponents say it’s unconstitutional. [Inquirer]

Eagles Not Soaring in Training Camp. Injuries kept DeSean Jackson and Stewart Bradley from practicing on Day 3 of training camp yesterday, and by the time it was over, four other players had limped from the field. [ Sports]

Ryan Howard Sprains His Ankle. He overshot the second-base bag in the first inning against the Nationals yesterday; no word yet on how long he’ll be out. The Phils hung on to beat the Nationals 6-4 in 11 innings, avoiding a sweep by the last-place team. [6 ABC]

New Jersey Eliminates Auto Inspections. Because the Turnpike doesn’t resemble Mad Max closely enough, the state will now require only an emissions inspection every two years for private passenger vehicles, and none at all for motorcycles. [CBS 3, State of New Jersey]