Rendell’s Firm Raked in DRPA Dough

$3 million over the past decade. Plus: U.S. Marshals hunt down a fugitive, Johnny Doc's on the comeback trail, and more of what Philly's talking about this morning

Marshals on the Manhunt. U.S. Marshals are helping the Philly cops track down an accused murderer who escaped from a police van in the Northeast on Saturday afternoon. The Scoop bets the horses look awesome on the Boulevard. [Inquirer]

Phils Lead Wild-Card Race. Co-lead, to be technical, after yesterday’s 3-1 win over the Mets. [ Sports]

DRPA Paid Millions to Local Law Firms. Tops on the list was Gov. Rendell’s old firm, Ballard Spahr, with more than $3 million in billings over the past decade. [Inquirer]

Johnny Doc Fills the Void. With his rivals either in prison or leaving office, electricians union head John Dougherty is emerging from the political wilderness. [Daily News]

Another Jersey Shore Arrest. Cast member Ronald “Ronnie” Ortiz-Magro was hauled in over the weekend for … a bar fight? Drunk and disorderly? No — outstanding parking tickets. Real badass, man. [6 ABC]